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INDEX TO ENGEAVINGS IN VOL. XLV. 



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FROM JULY 2 TO DECEMBER 31, 1864. 



Kingfisher's Haunt, The, Oct. 15 



from the Garden, i 



grants on tin; Lmbry at 



a (The) mid the Keorsngo, 



through Burning Woods, 1 



Mi.liiii.l....^' Vi.lh.-.v (P. I,.- :;-■" 









Experiments at Shoebury' 
tion of La Gloire Target aftej 



| ■:,...; I., !,...,. 



*.rnis, ( -..»^( ft ./)- 
(Juriioy, Mr. II., 

I.]ii:-I,lly, :•;,,■('. 



Pycroft', Sir R. H., 4 
Sebright. SirT. G. i 



Yea, Sir H. L., 298 

ano, (Flood ot theRiver) t 



(View of) from 



Belgian Body-guard of the Empi 



minnjb.v, tK'. : in-,..i Liu: Viibi^ c- 
Birds (Rare) from Navigate 



Iron -Clad Frigate 



, (The New Exchange 



i'oLintum „t. l\u-.,.milb\ S;,w 
Harrison Lake, [ilfi 

lii.linn \\\Uv-r, DoukIhn Lak.'.i 
U.l.vir.,.,, tl..']-r ll ^rll».-r..ii 
Port An.W-oii.Ai.deiron Lake. 
Bromley <\,\\. r ,-. TW C\»^,-\ ot, ' 
Brun-wick, sketches in, 65 

Du,loi ihu IViiicr-., of Will, ', I'.'l 



Bullock (Long-homed), 1 



i, Celtic Tools and Wcaj 



CM... H..:n. '!■■,..(;!■..,! liri, un ; , 



. l.i^lilh.,uv jui. I FtjHV.l'ill" ill 

mvhii.v' (The Cliiltcaii of), for- 
mcrly Inh.il.tU-.l by I" 'atliori no 



Imperial Mandarin.? ami S-jMht.-;, 
Pa law of Tni.'i>ing Wang at Nan- 



> the Old Folk on Christmas 



Irvino (United Presbyterian), 
Oban, St. John's Ei>H-ojwl1, I-'-' 



.s-on-Sea, New Congre- 



Crysial I'ul.icc (The), Dramatic Col 



i'in,ii : ..- K-uhvuj Ini-Tii "iiKi'H, 



Dniiuatit; r,,ll,.|;,. |,-u> id the Cr.\i-iLi. 



Highlanders Killed i; 



Emperor's Ft te at Paris, T 



rth. Opening of tho People's 
b (Paris) for July, 13 






Ligi 


t of Other Days, The, 029 




Ericht— A Bright Night, < 


























lint 








Stackyard, A, 285 



(lall.ry ul Illu.trnth.n, .^■■r,.- 
C.ii-i-i'.-k i.'lai- (N-v. CiiiMit,!' ...I 






Groy Hospital (The), King V 



Hereford Cathedral (The ( 



liijrlibii.i CI. mis at Brnenmr ( 



-an of the hue Pri; 
<-; Birthday . -IX 



Harlequin (An Indian) Playing 



I <Capt. R.), B.N., Tcstimo- 



1 i.l.iiiuii.- v) I'uinrii,,; l„-r |.i r , 



Party (Japanese) at Meals, ! 



lii.si.le the Lower Battery at after 

Naval Liri^eh- (The) and Marines 
Sturmine Eh..-stwknd«.'Ht. -'-77 

It.. I L..H.TV iThi.i ui.ci.in? riro 



Lager Beer Brewery on V. 



i-Hau.-.The, i/. 



INDEX TO ENGRAVINGS IN VOL. XLV. 



Tin: Tu.i-sTiiATF.ri Loxnu.v XrW>, 



lulk.-nl-.'.irp.Th.', 1 



I.irl.lhonse 'in.) Flagstaff nt Coloinbo : 
Limoges, Scene ol tlic Greot Fire at. 






CO, The Belgian R...!ygiL:mt < 
j.lf.jv.ln^Ci.iitrMiHrn-lllnH ii 



Lewis (The late Sir G.C.), 
03rd Highlanders (Officers n 

O'Connell (Laying the Four 



"The Home that W.uU fur : 
Mn"f-I (The Pearl) of Scotland,^ 



pc Hock, Port Lyttolton, 1 
King at Ngnruwahia, <i 



('..1,11k' ...I April 29, 81 

nt tin' Te-1'npa Station, fd'< 



M..O--I. L.r.l (Tli- 1 






•Em- Po'tory. Illustrative of the French 



rrr« for Packing Tudi 



Rru-o i'.'»r. Thv n 



480,481 I iwtuior ir-iew 

Junction Railway nt Towcester, 



n (Lord) Di*trilmLing Prize- 



Paraguay : The C 

Piml-y -Toole- y-tc 
the Female 






Franklin, Regatta, Torba : 



Peyton Falls, Alleghany County, ' 

Virginia, 676 , 

Pigeons (Prize) at the Birmingham 



Pig (Prize) nt the Mflithn.vi < 



! It,,,], .,! the ■'•l.r--l J il ! ih- 



, ud _ ' Russia (the I 

jye View of the Work-hops, I Villa n 

iramic Art, The, 401 *yde f Tho 



SirR.), our Envoy Plenipo- 
(ilarahnl), the French ' 



k Sculp- Bromby t I !.■■ K.j.-Ia I 



.he 1 HS '™*L 1 



steamer), BurningofE Bermuda, 
Royal Alfred, Iron-clad Screw- 
Stanley. Aberdeen Steamer, Wreck 
SuUnn Mahmoud, Iron -dad Frigate, 



Sn.Jtt.'.iryiH-^, Artillm Kv|»ih!,h.(-: 



Band PJayitig in the Grounds of the 






S..i,Uiv,-afkEri.^-e " Jpening of >, ' 



I »VaIc= (Visit of the Prince 



Copenhagen, Scene in tho Square 



5 (The New) at Knights. 



e Royal Yacht Entering 



Inni-l, l-l.-oi 


ci-i-an ' 




, Their T. 






nl V«l„ O.I 


erne (The). 










Their Royal Highnesses at 



tting-hi 

T.-.ni-riiOi.ili. ■ 



C Engineers, Review 



tho) by Lord Pal- 



their Royal lliot,- 



Theatre (The Royal),'! 



it..>;.l IliHn^. 

OiCiitinc New Color 
Artillery Compar 



Si.pr.ly rji Paris, Progress o 

fold. The Salror-' Company'- Xev 



wn Breakwater at, 621 



(The Prih.e of, Layine ..!„■ 






Yacht-club Regatta, Royal Victoria : 

Yachting Season at Ryde, The ; Seen.' 

Yacht-race between the Thought and 
the Torpid off the Nab Light 

Yacht Squadron (The Roynl) Queen's 

York, The New Roman Catholic Cathe- 

Zoologieal Society's Canlm*. Regent* 
Chimpanzee, The, 562 



TO THE BpfDER.— The two-pace Enp-rnvin^ -honM be pastel in : 



' mi. l.llc, so Hint. Ili.'y may lir> noiihrr ^lil.'ltM llm-imli n.,r _T:«f here*! In rtf. tlic 



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No. 1266.— vol. slv. 



SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1864. 



With a Supplement, Fivepence 



MEDIATION AT AN I-XD, AND HOSTILITIES 



definitively closed its sitting on Saturday 
last, withuut having ell'ected the objeei for which it met. The 
suspension of hostilities, dating frum May lu', terminated the 
Bame day. Before the publication of our present Number the 
German Powers will have once more set upon Denmark to 
wrest from her what, in spite of weakness, she will not consent 
to surrender. Thin time, it is reported, the allies will try to 
give a legalised aspect tu their work of .- 1 m d i:itioii l>y prevailing 
upon the Confederation to proclaim war against. Denmark, 
and thereby opening the way to appropriate to Germany 
the fruit of their conquests. Within a short time, it 
may be confidently anticipated, the whole of the main- 
land, which has been under Danish ride for centuries, 

nexed to the confederacy of German States, A flagrant 
robbery will have been perpetrated in defiance of international 
law, and the culprits will possibly get clear off with their 
booty, to be followed only by that moral retribution which 
eventually, but surely, overtakes the crimes of nations as well 



The lirst. question lhal occurs is, to what cause is liie failure 
o\' the Conference to he ascribed. Mainly, to I be domineering 
spirit of Prussia. Subordinately, to the heroic self-respect of 
Denmark. Virtually and indirectly, to I he indillcrcnce of 
France- and Russia. Of the great European Powers England 
alone has laboured with earnest assiduity to get the quarrel 
settled by peaceful negotiation, and no one has a right to 
impute it to her as a humiliation that, under such cir- 
cumstances, she has failed. 

To Prussia inns! he conceded (lie questionable distinction of 
having contributed mosl largely and directly lo the failure of 
the Conference, Her home policy, under llerr Voll Mismatch's 
administration, had occasioned such a breach between the 
Throne and the people as to make an aggressive foreign policy 
indispensable as a diversion. The dispute with Denmark 
touching the government of the Schleswig-liolstein States, kept 
active by Prussian intrigue anil agitation since ls;,I-2, and the 
sudden demise oi: the Danish King, offered just, that opportunity 
fur which the retrogressive statesman had long sighed. To the 
German people it presented the claims of nationality, and 
the semblance, at least, of an advance towards unity- 
objects of passionate desire. Prussia eagerly availed herself 



of the universal inial nal ion, and made it subserve her selfish 
ends. It was easy to drag Austria into complicity with her, 
for Austria was competing with her for the leadership of 
Germany, and could not afford to let Prussia be foremost in an 
undertaking so madly desired by the Teutonic race. Prussia 
wanted hostilities— provoked hostilities — kindled a glare of 
false glory by means of hostilii ies — grudgingly suspended 
hostilities at the request of the Conference — resumes 
hostilities with unconcealed joy. She never wished the 
Conference to succeed, for it would only bring her face 
to faco with her home difficulties. She has resorted 

lessness of international obligations, just as she found she 
could do so without drawing down upon hnself condign punish- 
ment. If she did not enter the Conference with a secret 
assurance beforehand that she could do as she liked, she had 
not been long there before she discovered it. Her demands 
were preposterous. No concession satisfied her. And even 
such moderation as she occasionally assumed was only assumed 
when it would have as effectually furthered her purpose as a 
show of violence. Step by step Austria hesitated, conscience- 
stricken and ashamed ; step by step Prussia drew her onward, 





THE DEERHOUKD RESOUIXG A PORTION OF 1UE CREW OF IHt 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



and so. a- peace did not 



behoved tlum, wb.it j 
either Denmark or Ku 
England might Bweep 
effectually blockade Gc 



; I.- I, i, 



ii-,n. Hi,- 

■■-:■_,- :■.:>■ I 



ii ami interests 1 



nn*f wi-L't-ni 
r.-e. would be 
America has 

i Enropo, for. 



Her Majesty* Miniate 



ns stretching from eas 


to west. The st 


ike is hcyouc 


r-f computation. Wc cannot risk it in 


HllT|>nSCS to 


rativcly trivial and do 


ibtful objects. I 




coplc wc ought not to dc 






c are the ground.-- — ;iu<l tlmy appear t< 




upon which her Majcs 






n from resorting to arm 


in the Dano-Gc 




c can hardly doubt (i. 


country will ra 


ify their wise 


E FIGHT BETWEEN 


THE ALABAMA 


AND THE 



KEARSAIHJB. 

Engraving f,oui tbe sketch which was 

lie vacht Hum. t. rvpie-cntui;,' 

v.. L ;; cA):ilo;i.:iatul list K t; ii>ar-.\ 

uonung of Smulav. rh, : Pn „;, 

* «»i:=bl.-d. i.y ii. t c,., r,-v „r M,-. lb,bv,l boica-ln. or 



■ Biyant. owiu-i .. 




boats, after having taken [he wounded 
d and picked up anoth-i boatful), and 
hound, wk-iv. to prevent her fulling 

lie Kearsarge were vt-rv much cm up 
ting exposed on tin.- -•.■irb.tsnd ~-ntc. 
. the maim.i:i«t. wind, had l>een struck 
> '-■.I- iwre not lowered until after 
ilti.petbcr. I shnU be most happy if 
■ >•■■'. It i< tin.- nioit uon-Ltt yon will 









bfKuhnn 






wy kind 

Abdania liti-tlt. vi , ,,._■ .....Ik- r: ,!led "No. ? r "»" 

-»^. Land - lnii;,iiii».\ u'l in .Inlv. iHii ' 
^■Mra, in tl 
. Uv-n.itrivc to t 




FOREIGN AND COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE, 



I "rincc Metteniich, t 

.-■-•.■ On. lit ilc Goli/, t_. ... 

to'the Inf D rial^hf i,1S illdl,de(1 in tbe stco,,d ^"^ of & xt&t3 iQTi ^ 
'J 1.. .)/..,. ,.;,.,- announce.- scvei.d i.ew diplomatic appointments and 

;■ ; '->- ■' l.m-tir- :..u.,r^ the I. pi, -. :! |.,t; vv, ot *F. OH-.; abroad, 
tami i- uj.i-.-i;.:, .1 F:.v.m i;\-:,ij;'.i,r.:i v -,,,; 
y of Fiamv at the <„,■■-. ..f :,.- Km-:.: V,- 

1 ' ;,; -' 1 " 1 ••' l!-« ' I (In- Kin? ul l'..-.-ii-.il ; 

- ' "-^'^ " :l " < ",il .-1 M || : :; ,.| ;; ... \[. ,,..,,,, 

Court of thr Rrnr.fl 11.. I™ «f Tl«» An 
The Japanese Embassy 



I i- ..:|.- I. ■,:. 



t'fynietu. accmdin. 









■'.','.' |T,i i. 


'''"')'!'('' "' L * ""'■''• "' !iv '" r l 'i Candidate.: iiipported Oi 


^B: 


i- "l (.■uinrut'Cf ..■;Im,- i. ,., :,.;..-;[„„, t ., !■;,. , lia ctio: of 
-ii i.-.i «iir ha-k »,.. .!,,., .\,. A ,,, Kj.-jIj-.u,] ; ; , bottled 
M.'.- 11 i.'Kl.i.— .-i -h. ■.!.:-. ,„ t i :i . ,., ,„,„ .,. ,,, W !,j t .|, ,, ie 
' i- ■ :■-;■ u-. (■-.-,,:.,... |, • ',.,., t ! KV l)n ,! a | (V u . n ,„ twenty 

." ''',"' " '''' "■ "'■ ' '' ""'«'- net-.— uy oi pu'.'.ui;; 

..t-iuis »mcu cannot l.-..i m u,, ; ,i„i -.., ,j., i..i;«li inji.rv to 




emy of rtncArt- '•:.<• • ! . ■.-.! M. Wulia Fi.ivijp! A-:0ci„'.e, 




.-i -"'" l "'i- ';■■■■ ' -i!_ K-j.ie 'lu-.J ,„ the Aci,);-uilc d-.-4 

''"■■■"'■"- '" ' ;t'>_ ;•■;,' !■' /.ii-Io-Uls witb tliL- 




rorflndEmpros'. ..1 '.f- •>., .■-,-. L -| .-,, Vt,-a Cruz un ibo 
v .n... i!i,.,n i,,i. 1. iii-,1 !,„ ;■... (.-;,[, i t;i j t ^ urivaUi 

'''"'■' ■ , ' :il |' 1 ''--' ■'■ "' ■ '■■:'■ <1 tb-; total ,!,.{,. if, 

'■'.' '""-'■' l,v ' ' ' '■ Mi-Mi-ui ;i:ni Frencb troops. 


!K" 


SPAIN. 

■ 'v:-.».i.,ltft ib. r..h.«.ii Mi..- l-^.uisd yesterday. 

"" r| " ■' b.-.i,,i»-i. ha- „ M.-pended. 

■ii i.-- ii.tt.muU" ti..- pi.-iik-my ,,i ih.- Minister of tiio 
.,. »i i |> ilKlau ,.. ii... iu.vs. 



duty for Ku 



■ '. ' - ■■' ■'•■ In .ruVi- iii lj,|,:i'i, - the Bit ly' 

'"'■'• 11 "' eitlnoi-h;, ir\ i\j« K.hiuii' .'s cflinvitol .(I, 

lire. JhcUudgct ol L\|-.u.biiiiv v,a- pai-ed byam.-ij.jrity 

e-da\ :l a - Minister ol Fiimnce -;at>l that be hal boon 

ccciN-fn'l. Uesptct:.,? i !,...!- -„■:- r.„ i.-i-.[ : , ,,i'i.^-;:.. ii . ■.■;. M ..| 
'■■■■■'.• l-i- then, bv i]„ llL - „f t.Vni-n l.m I- to tb-; v;i!,n: ul 



Jdajceiy'rj GorcmmeDt have coiwidercd, fw 



pnsonere of wai*. U 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



I, mi keen taken, the n.-: i:c: ior.s woi.1,1 -,-. ech 1/'" millV 



(i.ii(K) (VmY.l. r:U("=, 1 



r C< ,;.- ,al l.',,r:,-:. a-nt lenl 



:. ;>■!>! !i-..| I. ,-u ,- nnpleMy 




On the 4rli nit. ;i. 'tenable tivi' ili-iK\ V f-.i rill i 1m- iv--».«l"n ImiMine- 
ili:it had IjO'-'ii ctj-i i-iu.-u il lor the lai-ine-- of flu.' great fail 1 ul' Nijui 
Novgorod. All tin' ,1m.,,- ,,„ the 1m..' mi tlif' Oka, :i \rr-:i in kngi.li. nil 

the (hi. aire- .'i nil :-how-. ihiil\ |i -iiunvtlii-, fill e ptihliedion-e-. or hotel.--, 
ll.e public hath-. :oi<l -cvi-rnl work-hop- wtve ,te-trnycd. The T:tl'tlli 
mo.-nnc mid llllcc <■!■ font IlL.ii-- ;nr [ill that Wcl e preserved. 

GREECE. 
The King of Gi.cee k-t't <Vfn yesterday week. The municipal : 'v 

I ■ :i v * pre.-ohiul :i villa In hi> Majesty. 

!■'. nv hundred Ionian, l,;.v.. ;,l iv -■uli-i ■■■! in rhe Giv-e-k army. 

In 'J-iip.lit/n. Nam, ha. Chalki.-. A t he! 1-. ami Xa lite, pnlit ieal pr-v - 

have utte nipuit to i, -!.:,!..-. aided I'.v the innign,.-- ol the revolutionary 

AMERICA. 

I'.y the .-;eniin-r FMinUn-gh we have intellie;e:ice from New York to 
General Giant ] in- pi a- Ion nod an important ope,-;it ion ■ thai of 

l.i.viliL' his mm V lu I ho right hunk ..1 tin; .hum.- Kiwr, \fu-r l mm,,-..' 

r Ik- lil.Vs of rlicf'hiehahon.iliY ;in<t I hi; 1 ,011 h,;,'i , .1. h-lieCS of UiehiM 1 

itself. Jt remain, lii he seel) wha! lu; will '-> ik-rii hv the chang". Tin- 

II ode in which Ciiini ;tf.'..!,i|.li-h.-; tin; Hank vh ivill be read with 

a\ Uhite'j'fonM- l,v' a r^i-iiv .1." i .>. -a-Tint mi, on tin; right; I In ■ '-i 
have made a .-how ut having li"ll»ni'- I'midge. v. 1 1 1 1 •_- the hulk d tin; 
army irmnhod vapidly il-.wn lite (.'hirka.hoiiiine. eo>-ed at hong 
bridge, anil, nioviiiv i;;i-l ■ >! Whir.- Oak S '.'. imp. -:,ii.-1{ rhe .bene- m 
two columns, one oppo.-dc Fort I'owIimimi. tin; other at fh-.saM's. 
Landing, oppose I'.i-n hi 1 1 undo-. I. While Hi.'- army wa- n in roi no- 
lo the .Lime.-, (h-in-rnl Smiili", ■ -.r ( .-:. i.a irk-i I in -rcain-l cm -|> >n ■ 
bom "While House, lauded at City Point, n.s may Ik; inferred, 
and. moving up i In- rie.-h[ kink or i he A,.i..n '■..-. a la- I an. I 



Law and l'ni.iii;.~A 



i hiiai-.j Mm; ^iiii 



of 'I.- Wh.-.ra ami ri,,,.,; of 
. in ih- Waikato Kiver. To 
ho •-till ailhere to the British 

fa.l.l hand nionmi his cap a- a mail, ,.l . I i -r inrti"ii. Our ^eeoivJ 

in \X!<7, ami .liml at his capital. V'nni wnhia. hi lH*)tt, a-ikm he 
war- Mirei-cili.il hy his son Manila. i.-. r In- po.-i-iit Kiiifr. The re.'il 

ha- con-i-Uil of lln- cliii'f- of all Mir trite-' in :i foiicral k.-i^'ne — 

lu-ino lln-ii- 1UO--I. inlln.-iitial --.lal.-iiian ; ami It-.-wi. chief of lln; 
N- ..ii inp - (o-i-.m-.l lo h- hill,, l ,„ ih. la i fight), their an.-;. 

Jlovalin Uivi'v. to the < a-t : ami tin' Nga' Miiania.p-jto^ dwrl'l on Mn' 



The peii-nnal lare.-r of Kinn; IValan wa- a v.ay I'enia.'ka'ile o'lC. 
The name of I'otatau. wliieh -ie'iiili..-- "He v, lm ■■■ .n rir..-rl, In,- h'.-'.', ' 
\\n> civoii to him on aivomit of his h.-i.-pl--- alia-iiti.in ar the il-.-a'hl;- I 
o| a laim;nli;<l wile, lie ha. I h.niierlv Ih.-.ti call.-. I " To Wheto Win.:'.,. ' 
or. Ihc He. I Mam Inrran-e he .v;i- tin- lir-t; who wore a re 1 hlaiike-t 
whin len|.'li:-h cloth was impo|-|.,;i| inln New Ze-alaml. In the year 

1 the Middle Ir-laml. Tin- New Ze-'ihunl i'->in- 

pany, fi Ii il hv ' 'olone! W a helnl-i, having r----. ,1 vo-1. soon alLei' thk 

to hay the Taiannki ilir-iriet for a I'-rili-l, -.-( 1.1,-an-nt. nia-le ;\ harga''. 

Illi'n. In'nehl'tll'.'.n'Te \Y li'.-o ■'' \V In",''' l'-! alj-'ni '<i':Wn. yi ■ ■ '\V- ■' ■'■> 

!l,',"! iM rln'l ,'l rl!e Xgatiawns rehimeil, after the E -.a'-!, ha I 

I he Waiknlo--, la. i-| ,i ne aloof from Ih,- nlVair--.nl' Taranaki. eonfiam. I 

Btonding the treaty Bigned at Sokianpn, in i*i". i ...tv. ■ .-n ''-n en 

Maori ehii-fs, hy which the- whole fam;,,/.^,/,,,/,!. or gnv,..:';! .r-)h]) 

(,), Vioiona. Il i, i--n.-.n, ih 1! t he pmieipa! Waikalo .-liici-', 

,neh„ha;_- I'otatau aatl IV Wahao.a. t he chief O, l ' ' 



the Waikaro eoimtry. 
ihud, and the people 
-;- dwelt there without 
arts and habits of civi- 
perience to desire a full 



Inch Coveriior Si|-"0...„-gvCi';v, 



ho\vu in our Eajri-wiu 
bank. AUritish soldi 



\h jrELMINCUAM. 



■\\\ aie lot i 
&Ee Ridgel 






»»> of the pu-eiHV oi this people h-. 



TIIH ILLrSTIiATED LONDON NEWS 



Royal College of Surgeons ami 
bos longif: 



n-ongimd-ir. ngth having 
iv U-on buried naked, ik. trace of coffin or 
igdiscernible, noranyfragmentof ' 

( .n- I 1.i'iii..I uiilnlfiii. Thefeut.w, ■ 



head supported by a flint. Two of 
01 nve or six years old resting on their right ami. 
it the same time ; and one had lost a portion of its 
reing of an ancient moat ages ago. The teeth 

plete and sound, without any symptom of decay, 
.ir, bead-. poi-emd ornament-, or . i.v vc- el. >vciv found with 




plea-iuv-gn I o! the children of 

|>at!is had C.-eu rut in it liy or for the children, and. a- lIil-l- afforded 
facilities for excavation, In one of them a trench wa^ first dug, and 
afterward- a few -i.ij,M.-c oj ■- ■ 1 1 i 1 1 : : - made here and there in the wood. 
The result was the discovery of a large number of skeletons of a very 

They were lying side by side- in very shallow cists in the natural 

iiiHlist.urlx.-d soil, "at wLiiti-n.-] depth i.lia! natural suil was reached. 
.Many of them were enlv lsiu. from the prc-Cut surface of the 

found at a depth 



Two, i 

t with in the made ea 



was one placed abovt 



■he Rev. T. K. Tucl:.-r. hVet.-r t..f Pittaugh -ha- r 
very intcivstiug drawings of "The Wddcrne-s " and its content 
-int.- admirable photographs have been executed by Sir. Piper, 



■ at -..mo early date, but it :■ 



called The Wilderness, 1 



.mened. Indeed, subsequent 
is not conlined to the copse 




Although ivpeak-dly n..pie-i..-d by seioiililie men to -"end 
crania for the i.|..-nl iiieation of the race, Mr. Cardew has liunei'to 
declined to displace a -ingle bone. Mo-t ...f the bodies were covered 

ii]> as soon as found, and the remainder have temporary t bs 

placed over them until the meeting of the Aiclueologieal Asso- 
ciation in AnL'ii"t next, Thcv appear a- in relief m their original 
ei-ls with the earth only partially removed, add a! a Utile di-ta nee look 
almost like lo.-iK They are certainly very striking. The prevalent 
opinion, so far. is lliat they are Ihunano- Britons ; some ;iu t «■ |ii;u irs, 
however, would a>-ign an carli'-r date. Inn In.- esploi-atiens may 
throw more light on this fjne-lion. We have engraved a view of the 
church, and one of the spots in the Wiklcnic-- rop-e. where the 



BBITISH WEST INDIA ZnCAYE P KCIMENTS. 
Wk have lately heard of the employment of our Wo-t India negro 
troop- in the A-hantee war. ]t is at Cape Coa-i Ca-tle. and other 
military station- on the West Coast of Africa, that they are com- 
monly to be found, as well as in our colonic-; of the West Indies 
where they were originally raised. Five regiment- of infantry and 
an artillery corps make up this useful portion ' ' 
specimen of which may be seen at Chatham, 
small depot of the "Coiigoes" receii 
The eo in missioned officers are Englis 
h.r Majesty's ,-ervice ; but many C " 
of rhi- African race. These troop 

of the Line in some of the best qualities of the soldier. " They 
are docile and readily trained. 



aUya 



igoes" receiving their ^kohy iii-truetion. 

s are Engli ' 

These troop- -.- 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



.T THE CALCUTTA A OKI CULTURAL SHOW. 




i British M'ltk'i.i.:nl ami ilir KSml- <>r i hi. I <-f a .-av.-Ha- il.^-.-ly l>ui;. I cal, il„- i i -_■ h . i I. ai Lit H..ck I <-'-|«r«.'ii 

■ ' ■ ■ ,I)(1h:hIiJ.- ii ci.nvrlitr.' ill-- Mack tiian mm ' W. V ri-t !.-,■■: m n ■ ml ill >|. ■ I .. 1 lir l.i ■> lily roir-l Hill inn , .1 il, 

iiese negro corps were formed, was that of . to the tropical i-limai..' n. which la. was bom ami bred, i 




W'u.-t Imlian or African retina, lit*, 
n sLi'i.'i.!:tnt of thcJ'tnl \\\:-l India 







THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



ANIMALS AT THE CALCUTTA ACiRK'ULT UltAL SHOW. 

V.'r h:'VC eniZT-Med hall" a dozen of tlio Ml!. -; ni' p)j.>!o<,Taph' t ik«--n 1 iv 

, Calattta, byord.-rof his 
the late Agri- 



1 Co.. of Hare-street, 

!-(;.. vni.T of Bengn 

tin- PehcdcrL- Git-minK The show of 

was very mtere-thig. as it comprised A ^.'il 

different inovincc wilhin the (.'nlcnlta l're-i- 



]V"OW is THK TIMR TO VisiT TU K 



CRYSTAL PALACE. 




1 I ri.iL-:.'. J -,.,..(■ Will- .11 I, ■.!:■.-. 

DEATHS. 



»bk' LotMihiUvc Ooiiin-iJ 









;::-:.';;, 



CALENDAH FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUL? 9. 



ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 
the lGth of July, consisting of 
Two Whole Sheets of Fine-Art and News Illustrations, and a 
FOUR -PAGE ENGRAVING, PRINTED IN COLOURS, 

ilhUrnlin;; ll.c Naii.-nal Rifle A-nei:Ui.o's Pri.-e Mooting at Wim- 
bledon, which will begin on the 11th inst. 



Tiice of the Number, Fine-Art, 
Teiipence j Stamped, One Shilling. 
Office, 198, Strand. 



CjIoiuy-I Pic'.'i: 



THK ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. 



Mr.-r.ic 



Amid the preparation tor the gren^ Oppo-i'ion protest (for it. is 
not, wc understand. eMoeeted by the Conservative leaders that 
the vote of censure will be carried, unless present calculations 
of numbers .should prove strangely wrong), it is creditable to 
the House of (Aunmo;,- that if could devote a considernbhe time 
to a measure of police in aid of the class to whose patient 
research, and to wln»e prom])! hnn.llin _- gf political and social 
questions, politicians owe so much. It is si --nigu'arly easy to 



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TV/TIL EUCKSTOVK.-. n-NTAl, l:i-\KFir and LAST 

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HELEN HOGARTH 






the sake of preparing claptrap for the coming elec- 
tion — deride the abominable grievance, ami -strive to pre- 
vent the passing of the mildest and most reasonable of 
remedies. The constituents of .such men have the means of 

man's conduct is prompted by his own nature, and not in pon- 
derous matters, in which he can get schooled by his superiors, 
that we most easily "reckon him up." Mr. Ayxton and tin.' 
Baronets are not well advised, or they would not have made 
>uch a display of forcible feebleness as they did in Committee 
on the Street Music Bill. 

The promoters of the mea-ure simply a-k quiet enjoyment of 
their own rights. It is simply impertinent folly to contend, in 
opposition to bundled.- of hard-working, intelligent men, that 
there is no nuisance in having good or bad .street music forced 
upon them through their hours of labour. They coniplaia, 
and that is enough. They are too wise and are too much men 
of the world to come forward with imaginary wrongs. Mr. 
Thackeray, hunted from house to house, while writing books 
that will endure while the English language is read; Mr. 
Babbagc, persecuted by systematic annoyance, sustained by 
vulgar neighbours, while he i- perfecting an invention that is 
a glory to British science ; Mr. John Leech, the Hogarth of his 
day, rendered ill by the irritating grinding of the organ 
mendicants, and a host of other distinguished men who arc 
similarly assailed ; such are the victims of the nuisance and 
fifth-class politicians' jeer. A mere memorial from a dozen of 
the men who, in hundreds, ask the aid of Parliament, ought to 
have ensured them the slight protection which they ask. The 
pettiest tradesman can call in die police to remove any on.' who 
impedes his business, and this right is denied to men who are 
the ornaments and instructors of the country. 

But it is not only the authors who ask relief. At least three 
hundred ladies and gentlemen who are engaged in musical 
pursuits— as teachers, composers, or performers— have united 
in the prayer that the street mendicants may be prevented 
from disturbing them in their work. To the musician the 
nuisance is perhaps even more aggravating than to the writer. 
The latter, when he hears the Italian organist strike up, simply 
lays down his pen and submits to be robbed of his half hour 
five or six times a day ; but the noise, when over, may not have 
done more than broken his chain of thought, spoiled the 
description or dialogue that he was elaborating, and deprived 
him of a large portion of his income. But the effect of bad 
music on the musician's nature must be direr— the vile noises 
linger in his brain and mix themselves up with his own cre- 
ations. The cant which pretends to honour the art of music 
and leaves its professors exposed to such persecution is almost 
contemptible enough for mob-oratory. 



say 






who do. It is liked by the poor, and they ought to have 
it; but they have no right to make concerfc-gardena 
of the streets in which the wealthier classes reside. Let 

the children, but let .them not come before the houses of the 
middle class to extort money by torture, for that is the preaen 1 :. 
process. The scoundrels who_fiend out the organist h (poor, 
ignorant, demoralised wretches; instruct them to visit localities 
where they are most unwelcome, and especially to perform 
before houses where there is illness. Their " hu3h money" ia 
safe. Who, with a sick child or dying parent in the house, 
hesitates at any bribe to prevent slumber being broken or nervee 
irritated by the atrocious instrument? The persecution is sys- 
tematic; and this can hardly be known to respectable gentle- 
men who plead for the nuisance, or they could not utter such 
arrant nonsense. Let the organs be sent into the poor 
neighbourhoods. All thai. Mr. Mass and the promoters of the 
bill ask is that other persons, invalids, workers, those who are 
injured and annoyed by the noise, may be able to send it out 
of hearing. 

The Home Secretary now sees reason in the bill. That Mr. 
Gladstone should add to his series of crotchets one in favour of 
the noises is not odd. He, of all persons, is bound to protect 

street. disturbati< ■■- I. h. ■!,-;■ men from earning the means to 
pay. He who think-* brains should bear the same tax as bricks 



do 



practical mc 


i, and the House of Commons, b 


repealed 


vcrv large m 


joritics, has asserted the principle 


that 




men of the c 


mmunity arc not to be persecuted for th 


sak 


clap-trap, or 


o please persons of the disreputab 




s w' 


Mr. P.abhngt 


has so graphically described as the 




patr 


and patrones 


^cs of the organ nuisance. 







mi: roritr. 



TheQcceno ■■- 
On Thur-dnv 



Yc-tcidny week the Qui' 
Princess Helena, Princess Loui 
alked and drove in the castle grounds 



■ of Wales, from the 
i of the Province of 

e cities of London and 

opoM, attended by Mr. 
by Prince Alfred, 



•■Helena and Princess 



Leopold 

■ ■ ' 

ded by Lady Caroline hen -ringi-oii. • 

" ' i.-l ih.' Hon. 1». IV T 

Hunt with an inspi 

ted 11 

Thomas's t . 



Liddell. 

and honoured Mr. Hoi: 

in Hanover-street; and afterwords 

colour (hawing- of India and Mr. 

Royal Marriage." Their Royal H 



the Hon. D. De Ros, went to London, 
i tli an infection of his pietiu-.;-. 
hi-ie-cted Mr. Sonp-a.in'.- vr.it >,-- 



of He=-e. attended 1c, M-li! ... 

!)e Chancy .amR'apl; "v-.v.n \V,-t.'r\ve!ler. romt to Marlborough lio :-,.■. 

" "'-" Priuee Leopold and 






:iir.-n.I,.,| 1,-, Ma;, r M;-i ;,i-t..iie, Wt the 
1 ail: fnr (l.-iuvi, .■■ ■:<■■■•■■ :• i !!re -■■-. ■ 
r.i-lgiau..-. Ill-' Iho.i' ik'.'iiie- will ain.-y 
t hence (<■ Switzerland. 

On Saii-.r.ho; ia-t th" Qi..;-ea. accoraiianied b\- Prince-- Helena, 
walked a, id diosv '-•' ■''■■'■■ <■■■ "'■'■■ •■rroinirb. Prim---. I'.elena an.l IVin^e- 
I.oi i.-a. aitend,..] by f.adv ("'aroiiue nanhie-ei and l^oi ;r-e!i-i -i : - <"'■ .■! .-. : i -1 
the Hon. D. De Ri--, went to London, mid lioiio>itvd Her Mai^-v'., 
'I heat re with Uieii- j-ie-.^e.-, re;, .mine- t- the ea -tie at nieht. Prkice 
Alto.d. attti-d- d i.y M..;..r ( '.o'.ell. 1 ■ _■ T r. the c-ile f ■">]- P0rt7i1.vja.th:---> 
cmbaikon boaol ;,--■. M ;•},■-> ■:', -hio fbicoi.u. which will proc^-vd i.a- 
nidliateh to (],. n,„th o, N,Vv,av. r j'l,e Prince, of Wales. " 
.Ai'..i- Vietov. :r,:d brha--. ],.,;:', of ]-b--e arrive-l at tin; c.'.-th.r 
lli..- e\enine' ttie I Mc.'.' - ■;' Wn'.e- a ed Prinze Loni- of He--.- arrive, 
the colic. I. oi.l - 1 . ■ A' i iVv and the Rev. C. Ki-igJ.'-v ■ 
nn-i-,--!. f-.'i-d Sr ' - . , ,' '.■'-■, hat an a. eh .■;..■.-■ of tae Ma. 
The Judgf-Adv.- ■-'.- 



s proceed to Coburg, and 






I Prinw 






j Lou 



On Monday lie- <,'•'.■ ai, ; L ''C<>iiipanie i i.vP'iri and Pvio.ce- - 
0,-e, drove.'. i.- ., a ean i. o.'.o.iid loor. TliePrinCt 
Princes- He!<u\ and Prince bonis of Ife^e. rode 



carnage and four. Thel'i-ine-.-and Princ.s^of Wale-, 

: ' 1 i 

.p-lhyi.ii.' 



Prince r.-.p-id. and Princ-- Victoria of He--e tool; 
Pimceimd Pib .'■-- ■:■< Wa!-., and Pri.!^- Albert Victor, ..LKuumiyj m 
M:n'clr..i;i..,- of t ';e nen t hen ai:d bieun-naiit-f ■<,;„)■_■[ Kepp.d, lef' lit 
castle for Marlborough Hou.se. The Duke of Nemours, Cou' ' "~ 
Prince-- Mur^arei. and I'l-iii.--- Blanohe of Orleans, am ve< 
cp-th: and dined v.- it?) her Majesty. 

Tuesday the Queen, nccoui 
Princess T.oui.-a. and a.u..aid...| by the ;Uarehi..ne = s ot JLL.Jy. t 
Mrs, Bruce. Lord Charle- Pitxiov. and bieiitoainif-Oolonei u 
He Ros. proce. d.-d by tin.: .-'■ ■■.* h - We-r.aai Penlv.ay to Ahei^hall, ;oid 
drove thence to the lf..u-e of b..ids and in-'n,-cte.l the worVs of Mr. 
IloiUrl and Mr. Mach-'. who were in altenilan-'e by her Maje-* >-'.-. 

command. 'I'hc Queen afi.-i-u-.od-- h unv-d the Dean of Westminster 

and Lndy Aeeiota Si etib.-i, with n vi.-it ;it the deanery, returning ;,■■> 
theca.-tle at live o'cloclc. 

(hi Wt due-day I lie Qm.-.-n, aer.-:a].a;:i.-l bv Piinee ■= Loni- of He-.\ 
\v.all-:.-d and dr.. v.- in ih.- ca-i.le r-T.auid-. ['riuc..-- Helen:). Prin.'e— 
Ix.ni.-a. and Price.- 1., on,, oi lie--.- rode out. buter In the day Prince 
and Prince-- V... in- "i II ■--'■' and 1'rirn '■■■:- Helena, at feiide I by Laly 
C'avolini. I>:>n-i]i-.-n>u. ih.e 1 !■ -)i. II nav-u I'l.ipn-. bioiitenajit-Oolr-iiiel tli' 
Hun. [>. De R..-S Md M -. iK-'b-.m.-v, and Ca ( .rain v>n We-tai-.veller, let'; 
the ne-ile for P.ur'.-.ineii.on Take-... leo-l l!.u--ell arri ved.al the c:\ etle 
■ ■' Queen. Her Majesty also gave audience to 
I"- nip.ii. -110 ., v limn S.-deador, who Wis 
vi rl Ru-.-eih Led De Tabley and Colonel 
n.' Lord and Groom in Waiting. 
|. ■:.'.-.. Wiivl-oi- t.tv-tl.' on or ab,uil ih.- Dih 



NVeiete. Min 



lence hoi* M.-L]>-tv 
2 Court will reside 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



Vis-CMuit Syilucy nr.il art-aided by the ladies aid p'littoaVM in 


CHURCH -1V/J / 


yiY EPS/TIES. 


ECHOES OF THE WEEK. 


■ ; ''T^V^IrVb.'^ 






\-<- : . /hi 1 ■:■■. ■ 'beard a | *ii- ''"y." ahh.. :;rh yen .-. nbt liar.l! s - r\: : )t 








c. .. 1 ■■- v :..-- ;.:;.-. | ::1 -.|. ,.!■:. .v t rimmed nit;, lieli lira.-" :\* 








Ince. flower" of iiioimtu'.n a-h and lilies; tiar.i uf diamonds 






'■ 


rukbce. hrorrb. and tnrrinjr- ot diamonds Princes.* Loni* o ( 














r,l : -!w'!,M.': ,■'.;.'; ».■:,'. .-o„v f V.wu--.' VuirS'^^wici'"! 






-■. u,-*iii.!^ir,,u,eiiy ...riK-r 1 ..'./-, 


1.- .. ..!!'V.,.i-; brooch and eaninj.-s. emeralds. nu-1 














:...'.,■ 


! . ,.. ii.-. :i ,..,'. ■■■ ,. ',.: green tuUe and craw over glaofi nlk, 

,,.,,,. .,lw-l ,.»ki... .■'■■' o^.-.-t thevalhy. H-ad-div.-uf r ; .<-< 






Jinchc-- i'f Cambridge woiv a iln'-s of viol, t -:i'm, una [h> airoii ! ».- ■. 






i '■ ' 'i-! ! : ■■'■ '.'■ ''! ■ \\ ''.','.' „.■!?,'.". '.;;. ,',..,. ". ,, 


Ibadim of pe.'ul- ■'■nil di.niur.i-. Stomachc. aecldaee. :\n.| earring 






1 ■ .' ' i- '::■.! ,' Wl^ii will J.ihii Mull j. ii' aw. i> In* 


of |..ails av.ci diaimuds I'mae- Marv woiv a blue MiHc -In?- ov-v 






|..i, -'an' tilfc. Ii.ain.1v.ii:- bon.piet- of pink rose* and silver wheat - 






cms, ccvered with a sdvei t die veil. Head-drv^, a dindem of 














lace, oud earrings of diamonds. 






N ■ ■ k: ..i« - y : \\\- ■! ')■ ■ laCl.i-dl* I !..■ 0..|-.-, i. ,.i w.|', Ir.h-rini,' 


The Prince and I'mm- n Wa'<- i •••■; oa: Marthorouir-i lh>a-\ 

On 'lhm<al.iy wick tlv-ii Ib.ya'. IV'Sac -es wont to tlw ha'.aur 
-.-■ a. I ,: !l:i I'. n.a.. .-<!.-:! ol Ai; at the Ih-i ticn'-Miai (li;,l .:■. 


'■.,,: ',.' ' ' : 
















Kfiisil'[jton. f.atei m tin- day lh,< Priiier. attended by ) .- ■" tl ■■:■-■.: L- 

Colorcl Ktppet, lodeoi-t. "1 In- Prirce-s. attended by :;<-■ Mavhion" - 
of OimuitL.ii. took a drive. In the cvcaii.;; t!:. u Ibe, d Mi- ----- 






'. s ':\:'\:J:''^M^'"i!!::'';^:"i""!, 












Ciiteitu.ned a -elect p.ut> at dinner. The band of the I-t- L;fo0aaid- 


'. '.'.'. I, .' l "." , . ,l / 1 , :! , . , . f ".!! l . , r. 1 . c\ 


']'.. .' '" '.' ;I . '' . 


, ' ,'.'.', " „ '.i' '■'..■■''.-.-!- '."...':-. ..'.'..': ',:,","" 


Yciterday week tin* Prince, accompanied by Prince l*onis of 








Hease, rode out. Subsequently tin- Prince went to Willi-", Ib.oui- and 








piv-iued at iU nw. t •■■■ i-t the Son.--y f..r the Eucor.ra..,'ciii-iir .if Ait-, 
filaiiufacliiR-. and L'onuucive. and (li-.tnlnir.il tin- p "■■ L,'rivu by Lhe 






.:■''.'" i ■' '.. ■', >:',■/ 1, :'■ .,':■' '."».,!;' i!"< 






;-i.i-etv. Tb. Prince--, arvt ■ip.'aiii.-i by I'rirce-- Ma:y and a- :i.i .', 






i ■'■..-■■ i ■ man " an 1 In. 


I.f tin: Man ha la -- i.: Cai i.:ai ri-.u we;-.: t.) Wc-l'inr-lr- A'ib.n\ aa I 
b'oioutrd M. 11 Mathi..;-. Ih.n-.-n. the uipmi-l of Uoddld..- ( ' 'th -dr d. 










■ .!■■.' . . ...':'„..,|.'i!.l' C>. au"ii..[.'.'.f 








Cl.lirc- l...1ii-'.:t lb-- a. live 1 at Mai lb. ■;■■ ..■ di II — 1 ■ : 

cu-niii" the Prince and I'riiiee---- ho:iomrl '.he Hi':' ■■■ !' -i-h- 








' : . ;■..'.-, : Z aI. ) ,, i!T 




'■ '?£!»! ; //;"; :; 'C , ' : i'r : ';:'::,lSiS 



Prince i-iid Prince"-* Lotiii of lltvi- also honoured t! 
Devonsliire with t'.n |.H.-.u<vat t:.eball. 

;...! 'a-';, n.li. I bv l.ai.M. ...(-f.d .ii..l Keppe! an! t 
UVu-iHdlcr, left Maill.r.iKi -h Hon-e for I'.^-muntli. 
return, in the evcr.in". t!:ei» U'-ya : . Highnesses pmcccdci 
('n-thr. The l'lince-. with Pimji'" AlUal Victor, a. <:■• 
Pur.cc- I/mis r,f Ib-e and attended by the Mai 
t.'arniaulicn and ]/"..i H.nis. left Mai :''-. niu .di lluit.-e 
Castle on n visit to the Queen. 

On Hin.da\ the J'r.ii.f ,i:-d Pm-.dv- a::e:ah , .l DiM.ie • 

| i:\Mt.Thapi-l uf Wi: .!■■: ( . .-•!- 

On Mnialav their lb-' .. I'.d.i---.". witli I'nne-' A 
retained t" Mai lb..| :.. --'i II- n, t i.-.aa Windsor Ca^le. '1 
:nion| aiued bv the I'liurc" (■! I.ri-iiijcn. ilryve oat. 
ji.id Piiiief- went to "be Hor.-e of t.ov.N. and weie pre- ■ 
dcl.au- or the bital;-n|' of the (".mi'tTcnee. In the c 
Jloval lb- 1i:a -sc- went to the I'iiiUiarn.ouie Coiueit at - 
: T /u-, H.fin?. The Puuee aa.l Princess of Uiningc 
Maiiloo.uf;!, Uon6e. 



o:id Prir.ee-" of Leiuinpvn, visited 
>i nfviiw! 'in- Ib-y.il.N :-.■ -.Ii.t .Mm. - lu.kiniMi-'i'. J 
i J ,.'i lloval Ib-hiM--.'-. n'v .iii|.:iiiir.I by tb.- I'm - ; 
1 " AiVlphi Theatre w.'h t-,<-i. , 

"Wellington Coll.-e. i 
N'.-w I'ala!-..- ..! \\'..-innn>t.ev. Sa'.--..-. ; a. 




\ , i-, 1 .'-,,: sjrlin'.v t H 1 i lect circle a: : 

■■. . i,:i.-: I. :..!.;, Aufu.-ta sjii^iijey "received a select p. 
MARRIAGES IN HIGH 1 



n:y-!w., ii ill;. .n- steriin;,', n:i t 

paaif.,1 " entie "t M r. No 

h-aveuly Mu-e,- indeed: "No, 

e labour of ; doiti^' the Kov.d 
ork.s of art— be l^hiea-.-.! by i 
•■■re-.' When will tin.- p..r.r.i.t.i 
eed ! Wli--u.-li.ill we see "Miyor 
in their ie-pccttve ;:lorie; rvle-- 
eia I"- ].i'o)i-a!y -mdied .' ^are, 

:'nM-h vanity either, would ever 
Mo v.. a !l,n k th.it :1s it in. .. i-y- 
I do it/ Why. the room would 



rrmriim] n( tl.c Training V-AWnc at Durbfttn. 

'i'l . mass, (nl-.rur He.i.-.-. •* l-p« r -.J„y.. !..,- j;..y .-. .-■■ I 



'11 c new brid'.-e tie. '.d o 



Hu'.'h Main, formerly a I 
The Prince ami Prince.-- ■ 

1 nst week an c-lodrleeh-ai.' 

Ibr Majesty havini.' ai.pnii 



e \vriU- with a melancholy spirit of prophecy ; th.-o* 
I p..niatt-i" still remain cm the walls, desert patches 
ind tlier-' will future mayors and artilleryin-ii tilot out 
id "gorjjoLlsc" each passer-by with their "stony 

fee that the past and present students of Charing- 
• about U> raise a memorial to the brave surgeon of 
Llewellyri. who went down with that vessel whilst 
aty. Uotii Northern and Southern can show their 
i brave non-combatant, and his 
i> place-, by uthei sab-cnbiii^' 



"Doth the Putiches," -aid Sir John Pakington, m a debat : which 
was a relief to the pt-rtnrbed Fb- '■■■. "o'i-h: to l>. nu.i:. ;,-l . t.'.-.-y 
ought not to be pat d-.v. n." I'be literary and the wooden Punch. 
. ,|. :-,.,-e w.i- 1 1: .«'. uiK.u Mr. Ha-% 
, - (, j; .. ,i ■-...., ■ ! I. i' i w!iah I' « - p! i;:i to 

■.|,a, ;!.,■ , W a| a I. ■■!::. :!■■ ■ '■■■ i ' ■" t'avoui . f -tivet ui-i-;C Vid 
a?ai:r'. Mr. Ha--. Mr'. <■ •:> )■ • \yrs<y 1 her feoliti? a/.uti-t ia >-■■ by 

fear that Mr. ila- v.iN'lo-e his bill and his patns. 

Mi. Modtm. tie: ii:cnil«-r for b.nnkth. who ha- hitherto remauietl 
m.-i:.-: .. i -ii.-l ■■■ ■' . ; - ■<■ ■! a id lifiyeijl;' ivp 
[;. rtlii.cn. U.\< at I. i-t :"■.:■ v.A oat a -i. Lie. 1 upon winch In- 

The invasion of bricks and mortar upon 
uifantrj- but 



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found out a subject i 

a\ a group Ot biib-.-et- which -!ioa!d b>: sri- ntlhca'.ly :i: 
'■'■ Doidton tiroposes to b-An-i tn a lull f 



1'oidt.ei pmpo.-e- i 



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■ Ilamp-hire on Thursday. Young J 



. quit-: tli- li-io < 



which !■ ,-cap.dfrom Uv u:i ■ inila u ,1 ou him h> l-'.iin 
C;ur.b«c-can wris.atla., a l,<t'. i lav... . itc than Kly, lr.it 

this year. T)« 
colours, 60, of < 

tin ^ n, .t 1 1 reive tilluli -VlV.|.i:iM- ..V. Ill- I) 1-1 -V m VI "-^"-'"-'"i utio ... 

shall -cc whither Aidmu._-.io iloc- a::y Kdir. h.i " the <• .nfoleiao .' 

Kflliig. at: i!;i) , ' ov '"-- n-.'lul r- Or. v\:.- Olilv heatcU a li-ad liy G.u I-.' 
viMUC TllC l.aml.ior. L].,i-d pdled oil -i\ rac - dimug th- iw k : :n 
Cel.Ual Hli- — FO iliTil t(i Saul Rogei — broke down at last, Join 
(U-numios os effective :i- tin- with hi-. two-y.:.u-o!d- a- Ti- v.-« '■-. 

m Hie the Wlulewni! -table can., d oft :!na'l..i i up- lor Ml Ko.w. 

;u..l ll.i ■.-trc.itlani black v...- ::!-. to the Foiv with (Jl:ii'.'ii..ii: f..r th. 
North l\;hv :iiid Queer.'- l'l.ii-.: at Newcastle. The Sm thumb...! i:f 
I'latc ha- Ueii Mgm h-(.:l I.., thf >i latching of >u Roger, w h .:,i o i 

iV< ■!" ' lii^NortbumberlandPlate. since it- em..:.-., «-u b. I ■ 

V ':-!,," -:"■.:...'-. \\\'l'\. >'.. l-.'','t'.. lle'in.U l'i:;:',:T. ( \.h )>■ .. i:.. . 
. , ,. [,. :;, L'u.VihaiMi. a .d L'.ii:. . On. i.. wit : and tin- yen :!i 
St. Lege, marc ha- ir|'.r.li.l kel v,c'..i v w;(h Tib. '.nor.' ; th'' Iwr- 
will, 0, n'l'li i:iic-:ii:!.- H.l'ne. li.iklchi .V!:!:. which ba^ -.-.I 

nfllictcd Tart, r>, ill'-. !i:a-hii,g second. 

< j .,..-•■...: h. - l;,.i ■--. .-■ !:..■<■*.::;;. ami one of the Rleduicre cult; 
imrchastd forTOgs. us a yearling in September, held its own in th 
Two M-aii'hl Stakes. 

The sad fe;us wl.i. :':, w.-:c cut. l [a, nod for >u W'il'.iam f.ihiff,"-' 
have been too truly lealised. Hew.;- a quiet turf enHin«i:t-t. a:i-l r< 



ITONS OF THE WK13K 



: Catch 'era Alive just 
c light-weight j< 

.- rifn i ;,:• accident oil 1-oid lion: 



shire. Little Claik. the I 

I" -tai.ding corn i,i ar the -tartllle-po-t :•• StockVvlg.:. a 
*v,a him. He wa- a very | r<mi ->:■■; little fellow, a :• 
Clark, the celebrated Badminton huntsman. 



a Mi. Dicker-on. a jobma-to;'. 

Lapht-, oi!r raee hoi^e- Ia;.':i). 
i:n.\ tiiat remark hy qm.i : .^ 
c'.liiL' ami fa'l may he da'.e-.l 



•■ a:.il>tatn) 
t to Lvr.Hila-^'i.' 



that smeo :he Qnwii's Plates era-e.|. 
IV in four -mile heat-, ttii'lei very hi.'h 
to decline. Then he mo^clel tn 
>ord Redeidale, to the ellut lha-. -he 
seventy oi eighty year* hick. The 
the heavy e!i^a;'.'ment- wli.Hi our 
nd threes too often incapacitate th.-ni 

forty years against Mr. 






able he foiuid cijrhti'^i on' of thirty--i\ 

- II. am; la c u : tainl v w.:!J;s goo I •event'-cn -rone. Lord 

'■U ajrrred with tin- (J.-imral fmia a -'.ill l.m-ov et;>- 

-- ■■■ people were gruaiiui'^ 



ml if he doe- --». • 



Vymih.r,,- 



over the deterioration of our horses, the deimin 
U-t h dgc- on the Continent never shiekmed. Mi 
foufiai nee with the Master of the Horse is not ti 
basis and end without a hope," aa his Lordahip 
return to longer distance- aial hi,:l.ei weight - ; ai 
■■ may reasonably hope to enrrj' ' 

formation should have thece extin burdens put 
to settle with the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal 



hut Maddlehani 

is, as he has left Tom Daw.-nn--, in 
Scnorita colt, under the head lad's cli.n-e. f..r.I..hn 
The Wizard has thus avery grand chance of loading 1" Anion 



'■a war dance, and of Mi.nng In- ,-evi ate.' n: li 
could hatdlv hope In do v.i'lt bai'agali. and Tom 
liis art on bringing In- fir-t love, Mr-; Ri',dit. l» 
The two first favourites will now be trained ov 
Ely as pood 
. there will I, 



Dawson will exh.m 
the post again*', hit 



Yorkshire uU this e 
t The Oval and Lord's I 



I'l'lc, 'I:" n..ne t r.t-M. am! ! he • ■ •!.- i.-ir.,. 
Both at The Oval ami r...:d- :h.- Gea:lei.:en l,a-.v lii I a t-rn!.!.; 

!,e-.-a..- -u ;h. ir eontet with th. 1 I . -. - -, , v •■■>-i th. ■" '.. 

fo,m«, -..--..■.-„.( the [':a>vi,,e,„eilil-.:-i e.xar'l, h.ilf a- marl, niorc, 
' nings and H. H. Stephenson 117 ; 
and Mr. Makinson, G4, 
It is another 



t.ann i ■:••■■■ u.l the I'.av.-i* -...], 
Of which M..r:ktk made 7* ia c 
wlulc the Hon. C. G. Lyttlcton, 81 
were the bc>t Gentlemen IhVaiv. 



ill he had exactly m 
: and five from the 



coincidence 

his own hat. Only fv.iv irovi 
nind hi :h- new rank.- at Nird's. 
as far moi" hollow— l.y [',*. and 
it in to break the howling, iml 
lih.M-d t K he wa- ' leheve.:.- 'o; 7l.hvam.l-t -j.lendid Jett-iialid C itch 
ot Mr. U.nl.iKft.s at dem midoll. TaiTant « i* i.l tiptoo bawim.; 
fi.i-iu; nml'i-wa- Mr. Tr..i:i. who took Hivward's. l.^rkvcr'-*. and 
'lml.-\.- wick.f-. lK.wlvd .-ix maiden overs in -aeC'-:on. and tliat;.- 

II r.v'hallr. for onh two run-. Neirhe. Nnjtl So.-th p. i\v I oiy- 

ti.ing like then fall ft:vii;tlia: SI. ,1..,.| . and the "New All <S..-\n I 
Ki^.!;- na.le nut miser.'.l.lv a. Shetliehl and capitally at Oxfoid. 

ThoGrcat A 1 1- •:.. , ,i , r,-.-.,.u H naheap w,- -h -t for l.y evei'y- 
four at Iha-n-.v Wr.od la- Satin. lav. Ol t;:- :i-"J:i bird*. l*-'< we:e 

I. dh-d aial 1 '•! gut out of ).., 1-: and the winner* of the first three 

pri/i s in tK> !:,-[ handicap all went on' ar th- -frond round S.v..t d 
thon-aml- ch.mgid iiamt-. .o.d the Iling wtie good winners. The 
tilM prize, a Oliver cup h.a-.'hted with 2'iu ■_-<.. wa- woli by the H--n. 
CaM.;.!i CampheH, the only one who •■killed" all ht- Sard-.. Mv- 
i,.nilh wa.:. however, oal> -aw.-j. say-, the S/-.,/,,../ /,//,■. l.y a rem irk - 
able !■:( of tiehhng on the pare of B.'ube .- ;— " The hii I. winch w.i* hut 
>.;,.!. p wo.ii'.ld I.-, the In -t I anvl, .hopp--d at a long .Ji-t.ine-.*. aa I 

<'.H.i:i:nC ri"i! le-': hi- po-t.l.at jet aniod, and discharged his second 

lane!, which to a'i .■■pp-.-.u.-.c- did not touch t!i" bird. 'Bill' waj 






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....' ■ ^1 trvlc. gcnomlly, Id la ft sluggish «toW. at almost aoraliinl eurrcndPJ. 



ith the subject of "an niustration ia this Number. 
?nted in our Engraving is that where Signor 

:.iek magician (ivprc.-'eiitcd by Mr. Jolin Parry), is 
ipose upon ,'m h> ■ Wi. ■■.!■,; n l.y some necro- 
perfomtanccs with AUadali. ])■■■> Arab hoy. The characters 
■:.v la'ttr personages are -i.-'air.ed by Mi. and Mrs. Reed. 



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■ s li-hrod by window- r,T each end and <!,yhdi^ 
in rl | i 1 1 I I | 1 i i 

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The Esplanade has now been extended 
t ward a further length of 7u<i van!*, making i lie 
\ Parade nioretlian I "Oil yards long, and affording 
lithe Old Parade, a continuous paved walk of 
(i yaii.1*. Drainage work.-, co-ting above £Ln\uTu.», 
e been commenced, and partly executed, which 
>f Eastljom-ne to an outfall 
.-v.. n. I i he eastern end of the town. The 
hand-vine villas lately erected in the 
; that its advantage- are a] .javriaod ; 
man-ion ha- jn-t bty-n engaged by the 



1 carry the sewage 



PARIS FASHIONS FOR JUNE. 
Titr: capriee= of t: 1 ■ *_- Paris fa-diions- are becoming 

juckoy ea] 




mm l able t-> lli.ar year-, or i>f ivmaniim_f <i /',„;/, u.mr. 

a i:- -.-■ ■ that might al-r. 1 .e alleitded with ridicule. 

T!i.' dslheidtv Jnr .-nch p,-r.-ons i- o-peciam ereat 
with re-|.ivr t,, b„niiets and head-dresses. The most 
elegant hua-ieina'- are at pre-ent .sau-!ied with the 
slightest c 



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r dilb-reiu from rvi-ry nne else. 'There are 
■■ c->ol weather, lor rainy weather, for line 
: and the feminine mind mn.-t exert all its 



photograph taken 1 

Anchor Hotel a 
the Duke of Devonshire, and has a frontage , 




of light colour, Cham- 

|':ito:.|!!-ed. 



.tionsVa, 
plan of the Eastbourne Hall; Mr. Samuel I 

cation ; Dr. Dayman, chairman of the local 
II A. YValh- and .lame- Dexter, 




till. AA1I.UK'A.\ MAIL hTEAMUK .\1 iluiutS I'ai.M'. ML A 11 "U:kx , T . ,w>; . 



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ill.' nppo 
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a e; in an Italian dre-s undtT tlie title of "Mire, 
.1" Italian Opera. Meyerbeyer's " Etoiie du Norcl,' 
v.-ill I-' la-membered, when first bronr/ht 
lstroualy brought to an end, after a few 



he 

p..ri'enmuices, 




Joachim— a conn- >mu u ..r L t Inji -i r . mh t 
rivalled power ; and a symphony written ex] 
harmonic C'ono-ri- by Dr. Sterndale lAmm '" - 
panionship wil' 
Mendelssohn. Both 
with every mai-k of 
novelty < 



Lefoie homl 



;r,: 



;Leipsic. It was 
t impression. The 



g by JJr. (junz, 

is Miss Lom-a 1'vne, who snug Handel' 
ch' io piaiipn " and he! fiiv-mriio air fr«m - Tin- t'rown Diamond'?. ' She 
sang a-; cli'armingly and was received as warmly as ever. 

The last Monday Popular Concert was for tlic benefit of Mr. 

Sims Hccyc-s. The hall wa-= full t -erih-wii,^. an.] 'lie grord Enph'-h 

terna was ivc-'ivnl with n n 1 h >itl I'lud euthiisia-m. Ho saner Handel's 
'•Total Ivhp-c. ' L'-.-..-i.)j.:-v.-ii'-- " A.iehudaA iuv'.hiiimiw-.] ,;,u the piano 
by AiA.ella Ooddnrd, and' 1 ' ... 



i principal parts 
Joachim. 

On Friday mommy, the 



sang, with her 

by Arabella Goddard i 



British public. Tim he 

lOnastery which gives title 
Charles V.. after Iris abdi- 
cation." Don Juan of Austria wa- hi* luunral -on. i .mh-!:' ... . in 
ie-iioranee of hi- parenraeo. bv Dun (,hiu\;ida. an uhl co„ma.lh.,r ai the 
conlalruec of i.he.Einp.:o.r. Hi- lee-inmate ■"« w;i-. I 'I. nip II.. Kinp 

of Spain. TliO act! A' the .lr:u!i.i arises fmni tln.il' both oca.:: in 

* " fact that the lady is 



itle of " The Monast 
r with success. The: 



confidence of the Emperor. 

The action of me .n 
Donna Florinda and 
Philip II. (Mr. George Vining) is anxious that Juan should 

1 ir]] In mil l 1 I i ] lofession to concede 



ni>.,.!.i (Mr. J. W. Ray) fills 
vim- bi-i)iL'> the \ouni; man 
'Brother 



plot.:- -am .;,. 

_ But, as he or. 

in Tiio blank with that . .f St. 

into the custody of his father 

An-clmo (Mr. H. Mrir-anil. i- much r. niched 1>\ the unexpected 

view. rm. I .*<>■> n resolve-' io -lef-.-at . he intern ion-' ..f ihe nilutrai'. J'bd.p. 

First, ho en.W.rv.aii- t,. intme-t the Prior of St. Just (Mr. W. R. 

Robins) in his favor L - 

as F.rcther Ansebno 




iipli 

h.a I-,-; ..-'..iircc. bl.,rmda declare- that 
King is overwhelmed with cui.ia,.-mn 



■ Mi. M..ple-..l 

.utionwl" ' n 

ntry during 1 

sis ted of portion- of Xicchd'? ope-r 
pieces perform. _■..! bv 
a series of perfor 



fen... i-.'.rt 
tdem, " 
called 



June, an inteiestinp: concert 

Mate-ty's Theatre in aid of the funds of the Royal 

' " " self and the services ,,f several of 

cm]. any liming been generously 

efit of our national conservatoire, 

to the progress of music in this 

a--. The first part of the concert 

- '■'■ '■■■■• ™ J - selection of 

,, o.-mp.my. 

Choral Fantasia,"" of w' ' v " 

admirably played by Miss Ziinmermann, 
fdeliud pnj.il.- of the iu-:inn ion. 'J'his yonivj lady holds what is 
"King^s Scholai-sliip," a gift confemd un students ..f dis- 
tinguisticd merit, and entitling ther 

the " Olemenia di Tito," was beaut 

Concert we 
lately had occasion to speak. The elegant duet from the 

" Fr.'i-ohnt/ ' w;i- u-Vc-Amely wall -ung by Mi-- Neighbour and Miss 

Pitta and itwa- u r i . • t i lA i 11 -^ 0. ub-..-t-ve t > i ■_ i r ; :-. natural, and <me:;ag- 

gerai I ' i > '. -till! nil 1 al ung and chorus 
fiM... . ' Mac i."m ii ■■... ■-■ ..■ .■ bv Hi... iAinh u * mm m.d ■ . 1 m\- 
1 — "iss Wynne. ■ 

-choPo-h. 

i selection 

exerted themselves zealously and effectively. 

Si^nor Ciabaua's morning c«.vi.:crt- was. given at Sr. James's 
thill '■n Saturday last. He i- unc of unr most eminent- and successful 
■ ' : am.! ueieimaU enabled h.j . ro e:ve an 



Arm m- 



:v. and. willing to 
ilar attempt. The 

v.ith thcelc timi of An-clmo, ami hi.- Peine able to commaad the 
Prioi'. as ld= superior, io pierrnit the e«capo of Ji.an -.\r,-\ Peblo. 
Meanwhile Phili|» 11. ki- n.-t been idle. la.-i a f.w inctuitiou^ vo.n.ls 
liclia-liad Donnn Pl-rind;! eonlined in the Imnusitiuii.atjdonl.tr 

But he recovers, and returns" to his nefarious attack 

lady's honour. He pruceeds ahm.-r to violence, when Juan rushes 
ir. .in an adu-iuine cbmnl--! . wall ■,!,..• -w.-rd of France I. in hi- lamd. 
and .'.■nlH.mi:- the Momiich. When he hear- from die lady tla.t it. is. 
the King who is the a-sailant of her honour, be dn-.ps his weapon, and 
little hope appear* oi ihe escape of either I'nmi execution on the 
..hioee-- uf heia-y and treiisou. But Diothcr Ansclrno enters. :tnd 
.;. .ui|.cl- frum hi- an. ■ omphmice nr-riiii. in I,. ....,.; : 1., i; a, 

that she is not retdly the child Lint ...>n!\ tiie adapted d.-mglaer ..■[ the 
rich Ben Manasscli. In tin- the . r.ui- bu .»- ha- varied, but nee— a. .A. 
;, dispensed altogether 
play which certainly could not have con- 
audience. and tlms ,-ecured its ultimate 
highly praise Mdlle. Stella Cukis's 




\iSii . 



Mkti;o rites of May 14.— We select i 



1 I | I I. 11 ( I !■■■ lull..'... .1 l,\ ;,], ...,-.- ■];. . . .. I ■ . r- 

t'-i- * niilysi-.l :.ini m, I., r.i.n.r f., i h.- . L. -■ i. , ;. ■ ■. ..-i ■..!,,.■ ^ . II 

i- v.rv t „f| i.,,.1 I'l-iill.].:, i !■■ l-.U ini« ill |ol|.; : ; 1 v.l,. i, !,. . ■ i 

III ■.!,..■ .lr---.-ti.i I. r. t r! 1)111 

i r 1 id.'., hoi. Jl r..!,!:,,!,-- 1 it ,,l n i r..!i . ■, n i ,. ..: ■ i 

c.tO-e ],r..O.-iil|.n;iu.' ..I u«. i,. ir. !' ni.kfl. . luuTiii' m . ■. ; ..pluiri.t ..:, I mi. 

Ill It ll 

The Abuse of Tobacco is stated by M. Decaisne, in a 

this to lie ilir en-.- in i;..wv-ni. |.< i'--..i a ... -iialn v- ( iehi in v. ■ ■■ 

Tin. iin'n-liM.. ,', In. t: h. Otiu- Ii;iiv«.(i-iii ..I" tilr li.-urt, P <■:::■:.!.!. 

■a : ■ ■ I. 



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ciliated an English an 
triumph. TTT - 

inrmi-ity of the other. She was much assisted in the boudoir ^eene 
!:\- "Mrs. Xbir.-tun. who iirtrd i.duiirab) v, ; i.i;d m : h. mr.iueo m ;-.-..: e. 
as Peblo, by Mr. H. M:irston. wbu-e i.erfuniianet' of the Imperial 
br..th.:-i' wa-' lio.-r;d!v an hwt< ,rie:el iv.rtn.u ar,.! -o. in regard to the 
n.aU-ap .n.d ,,-lmne, « :i - the Kurn Phihp - _Mr. 'M.am.' ,1- 
!..;o ; a, .., ,i M,r.„:gb...!;! tf)e ehar:..e!.-vi.-tie n p.:-\i.ii ..bihr v of \ I ., ;■;:>-;. 
Mr. Ray, as Don Quexada, performed with 1 " 
— " ~™fess at once, concerning 

inimitable. Altogether, the play was admirably 
new scenery do.- giear eia-dit to Me-.-rs. F. Lloyds 
Hann, particularly ihe scene- ■ .■!' the boudoir and (' 
monastery. At the conclusion Mdlle. Stella Colas 

OLYMPIC— The burlesque uf •' Masaniello." by the late R. B. 
Erongh, 1ms been -ub-ntuted for Mr. Tom Taylor's ■'Sense and 
Sensation." which ha-- be-.-n wit Iidriwii. The modern loa.i-li p.r.ldie 

fear, must be reckoned obsolete. 

City of London.— The tragedy of " Maniri 

on Saturday with new scenery and appointi 
' re audience. It is pleasant to be able to 

Ea-t End -u aiueli p. -a i. ; q.) .K-.-mtioii. Mi. Allied 
character of the hero, delivered Lord Byron's 
impression 



t hall 



igment en; 

his rank a 
overflowing with eli 
interesting feature < 







■.];.. ii,;..- en;i.i -I ')::■>: :.: 

2ui la voce," from the " Ptu-itani,' 

earliest, success. Ease and 

her beautiful voice was as 
simplicity of her style was 

loudly encore..], and -A,.- ...P.aaA the 
" ' t Rose of 



by singing " The Last 

h Flutuw-V -Martha" rave- 

favom-ite perfeamers. ;, 

ied. Among the inuiti 

eminently successful :— 1 

1 1 Li ntclk composed 



published solo 

Rossini, and played with his special pci-inission by Mdmce 
;!.u Jl i pi.mi-i: ea i'-r.:.u. n:eru : tlie Scottisl " 

Gray," which Mdme. Sainton -Dolby sings 

Grisi, Parepa, 

Borgia," playe 

minimise applause ley the tavourae yuung pianist Jldlle. 
Krebs; tlie duet from the " Turco in Italia," 

and P'iiib.irta ; OuenodV pr-.rr v era. lie-son^.'. "I.Ium.i 
snug bv I 'a rep. i : and Muuie-A Irish melody. ' 'I'hc 
sung by Grisi in 



. Gardoni, and »cucuici 



The Eastern Sah.aiia of i iik Province of Constantin 



Some New Au.Oysoe Silver ivo e i eporred io ihe Academy 
f S.-i.nc.-. iii Edi-is E) M. p.-lip.t— 1. Alloy, in « l.i.. h e.-| ,!■. ) I- n.-pha-. ..I !.y 

. M, >n, u: ;..!;.'.■.-- i.M-UH. I n. v.ii, .:,!,.! -ilv.r :H) j-i."- i a.l. r fhe_s.me (v 

it ions. 'Ihe- alloys in v.hi.l. . ..j.p.i I,;.-, l.i.'ii o-j.!... l.1 l.j zinc pn>~e-s rcmav 






Moore's Irisli ii,...io.lv. 
Eneli-h. and loudly encored. 

, are we to liave tli..- eiijoyincnt uf seeiii.e ; 



PEINCESS , .— The i 
by the superb acting o 

prominently forward J 



mal, ii ,,-iay olfeiid hi a,.„-u-;,l 



,i'vi'i;i'V. 
ii.icjIi Li... 



S'.n.n-.'. yet it 1 j ! I e 



r,.i; --. -:,A v 
■ ihe anlli. 



bigots and despots, w 



Paris by Mdlle. Stella C 




THE THEATRES. 

XL, aided 

Keanin tbee-h;iractei-, ha- laom/hr. 
i 'a-irmr l.i- levmnea- a dramatist wl 
i an avadable reper' " ' ' 
It has l, ,-n the 

theatrical playwra 

ie 



tragedy, Delavi^ne composed another, ^ 

of' Don Juai 

liose nam.- -ave flic title to the drama. The 
Donna FWimiu dc Saudovel, has 



The Hon. John Henry Thomas Manners 

political jom-nab.. 

i.< rioili. 01- .i.vut...l't... -.i.n.i, iii- raiiiiv, n^nruliia'". '■.,j,:., i 
jaarn.n.- iii. ( .uir av,ii nun-- a week, thirty-am' »e rm 
, , m live Ltir.e inn h!t\ < en twice, .cvc-nty-flve 01 

The Queen has appointed George Glynn Petre, Esq., Sa etar^ 

ul,!;'V M i"' V aii.!/Ai'l'''l ; M;u. , ,M,''i , ',,,'a,, l ''i'. l | . -... . ... ;.. ^ 

t . r.,-,„... ■>... ... <■■ ...... ny to Uer Majesty's Legotlon at 

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Alston. General U'anle was ji 
tended iiv Brigadier- Major Ila 
l';i].l;tiu Nai i ■_•!.■. Deputy As- 



Wi-dr.<-by 



i Monday, Tuesday, 
Armv Stakes, for non- 
npion's Prize, for the six 



Veteran Stakes, for 



. : IM-J Stukes. I 



Pnnee L<nds of Mi.-e. arrived at the n.ifeii's private station in t! 
Ilnviil ClatviKV Yard, ft.., pun. from Windsor, at 10.45 a.m., aud 
immediately embarked nn board tin- Fire Quern steam-yaeht. 



HuUllIill.' 

I, ; _-l.„l„, 



."■S'-' 



» Prince of Wales wo 
) Racoon." The Admi 
p.m. the Racoon weigl 
innel Fleet for some lit 
nel, with the Fire Qm 



and other oftit 

StalV. who. alter p.iiiL' ilnv.n^rli a careful inspect ioi 

teries. After this they were put tlm.iudi sinulr\ lield mov 
whie.ll Die Clem ral wa- plea.-ed to e\pre.-s his n |- itti.tl a[ 
The inspection terminated at one o'clock. 

PUmKL-ImNAL RKI'nliTINC [S T1IH T,AW COfRTS.— Tl 

the committee appointed in December l.i-t to prepare : 



l..f t]„.,-,r- 
mis. A. 111'.. 

■ line, retired 



-■.ill be pi.--. ■ii!. d I., a meeting of the 
July. The committee, in their iV|...rt, 
of the proceedings at tlieir dill'. - 



adopted the commit 



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TURNPIKE-GATES IN AND NEAR LONDON JUST DEMOLISHED. 



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isbngtoi . 

Twirkuiili am. and Tedding-ton. Ail the g 

City-road are included. We congratulate t 



il.e crop-- or the aspect of politics— tin- .-hare- able le-m j .e r.-ituie 

affecting the ha\ harve-f or vs In'.! produce may I".' allowed to pass t 
l.biltie. ]i) Mitrk-l:uiO i>ri«-C- have ruled hi._-h._r i.han they liave do 
the large demand.- of factors checked 1 
i differ in nearly every coiinty 




the clops very bile. Stock, as might I 
very middling." 

Nothing daunted, Mr. Morritt lias f 



ties 118 members 
hby. Lord J 

.Ireland only drink whi-ky because their bee]- is rendered 
exp-ensive by the nuilt tax : but eon-i-lemig thai these countries 
plenty of facilities fi.r l.-einrj supplied with beer if they realty wanted 
it, they have declared iheir e-oleri-- ta-o;-- v.< rather a leisurely way. 

There was a famous show of jl< T i i ■ _j- -hoi- e- at Lvmt. and a bad" one 
at Bristol ; one ;i- superior a- the -it her v> a- inferior ; but in the class 
for blood -ires both were below par. Mr. Kavell's prize pony was. a 

a good'onc \r I i I hunters to jump 

sonic new-.-uwn deal liurde.-. without i'i, ,-■,-. mi a bed of deep tan. am.! 
p-ave the exhibitor- no previous notice of their intention. The conse- 
quence tv;i- that by far the m^i valuable anuna! -hown— a v.'._-i erht- 
carrying and nearly thoiougiihied mare by .\hooeii. and i addon 'in a 
-harp gag-curl, bridle by a helper who | u .i never been over a- hurdle 
in hi- lin.--i-.ii. ,ed the hurdle every turn.-, and wa- ,,ulv placet sec-md 
be-t instead of g. mug ;.),,.■ cup, which .-he fully deserved. It may 
suit the young Norfolk fanner.- o> lark ovei their'sbeepiolds ; but it i".- 
no test of a hunter (a- in thi- ea-1- both lir-r and second arc 
from the same hunt, and the second is known to be a far 
more brilliant hunter than the lii-.-f; : still less is it, fair to subject, 
animals to -ueh trial, v-iih-iet the con-enl nil i In \l i (then 

owner-, so that tlmy may he sent pr. .p, ; rty equipped and mounted. 
Luckily, this .-how \,od in-., i . :, ■ , ■..,.,;■ ,,iii.,,.. ,.,,] o! fashion at all 
weit-e-'udnetcd meetings. 

The parade was a grand .-ucee=s. but a little overdone in the rra Hon- 
ing, considering that the heated candidates have 
some hours in draught ' 
revival, and reminded 
goc-s to Islington, as does Mr. 

hundred held--, vnmpii.-iied all the can sires; .Sir T. Ii. Laniard beat, 
the Southdown lam.- of all age- with ...ne purchased for latigs. at 
L'abraham. l...rd 'Wal.-iughain being ■ , lt>-t in" at I:'!!". I Lis- Lordship 
carried all before him with hi- shearling rams, ami T. Drown in dieai- 
r age Hugh 
-s Mr. > n-p 



-' eoldn..--.- o'i the "a 






SPORTS OF THE MONTH.— JULY. 

.Dkshte certain drawbacks that exist in the nature of our climate, 

we ne no ,,„■,.]. ,f nece-sary. to prove that there ■- no country in tlie 
w "" Hl1 ]r > ■•■!-'o ; ' ' a;ol,,.r e.mu-.-jm.nt- r.m I -. -o thoroughly enioy,,| .o 
in Lnglaiid. The .-r-oo-huig .-um the extreme " 

native i,lo ; and vl.-^eh -o. ei-nally th,.- f. 

1 I i i 1 by the heat of t 

''"■- , ll ' v -- '- h '"' :<"-' ■■-'■■ thine- re dekehrui) ;,., the mhal-itani.- 

lii'-V 1 ' on..- than !-. ■.njoy -.. months ti-hmg, an-l J.-l v i - pecuh.-, 
adapted ;,, .], :1 - |., ,,-,.,-.. pp,., v ./...nderinl is it to o-.ta. u.pbUe t ba- 
the ua.;,.-rs ot the boundless 

that h-h -i:,,i;id !.e br.-.ngln to perfeeie-n; an-l what, delicacic-, wh 
a profu-ieii -.f tVo.l. ,";,) we re'o'Ve from tliis i-li-meiu ! Let in 

puM-.n ait, ml L'ilkne-ea-e Ma.rla-t at an . -rh, } -. and |„. will - 

myriads ..f the int. ah; tanr. ,,j the deep; and \.'-( him rente. nbi-r vl, 
this ja onh one na ri.rt . ..... e „i U1J , r,., - ..-I;. ... \\ lee ,„.-.:.. a, , : : 

salmon will greet his eye. s ' 

s-.l..--. plaice. \s lutings, ],,),. 
funiLshes us with fresh c 
prey.-, oysters, and eiab--. tending to si 

I'ave iu a former article referred t-.. many -peeie.- of the fnmv tribe 
we now piv.,. ■.-..■■ i . e><;. >m | ■!,.-:..■.. in- n.-m. irk.-- ,,,„.,, n.-han-i -fvp.-ea ti-tniiLT 
The dory, or ie.hn-i]-. ■■■.-. is t,.l.-rahJy abundant on the coast o 




ritain, e=pecial!y off 
e Irish shores. In t 



e-i-.d\i.a 

doing best with her cc 
With the exception of 

The number of horses 



ool rams; while in 
the excellent short!! 
ierrison and Lord Walsinghnm. and Lady Pieot 
"which brought down the teuf in her celebrated 

for iu-calf an-l vein ling heifer.-. 



Norfolk stock - 



tip woli. 



e pri;-.es to Me-srs. "Wainman and Hugh 

-*vept by the l.'1-L.-p im,l Steam eutri.---, 
he E--i-x .-how exliibit..-d no de-ear. but 
-r Lhee-.n-.ty that Hie cutle i,!!oii i'loii, 

The special 

ring, and a very 
■il-it. and lately 



■ iior-e. AVeathei-iou by \\"eatheil 



h-.i-icu by Wea 
.b.hn hi-borm-. - 



)-'i.ii-.;h;:.-ed by Captain 

There wa.- no nnpnpuliir rule to compel the Cutswolds to be shorn 

liefoie -he. wine, and rhore'h.HV tlievma.ie a good array a!, the Glouce-ter- 



fen.alo >.f this breed 

one class. :ul ,l Messrs. ,T. A. H-dliu--. mid J. Craddoek 1 
with their be-t old bull, mid cow In calf or milk. Messrs. J.' Lane" 
Beak Li 11 t I 



II i ....... J. ..■:... !.... :. ■,; : I.., Ua.i: -.•...!■,.■ via (.:, ■ r, ,,-.,,. ,.f .J,,, i,..|, L: - 

v,-. : ....N ; iearl Ihaha.r. the Duke of B-.-aufort. and Mr. E. Holland, 
M.P.. of the short : and Mr. Hemming and (J-. Wtillis of the Oxford 
Downs. In pigs, 
"W. Hewer and tl 
College, Cirences-ter, 



,of Glc UWI ^ , .. 

Rev. H. G. Baily ; and the Loyal Agricultural 
-ave practical ] .roof of its feeding prowess. Sir 

i"eter j^aune was m nt- Woi ..-■:■- n.-r place ani-.mg the blood s[ r e--, and 
tiiere w-.is a curious £.". pri-e n.-r '■ the U-.-t b-.r-e. cart, and harness." 
Lord Ellenborongh nui-ie soim- euri-m.- remark.- from the chair, at the 
dinner, as to the value winch we- one-: outcrodno-1 f-.a ]iedi;rree 
amon- men going out of fa-tdon ;,nd being transferred '" " 
adding that the intiinsic value of cattle seemed t> 
more on their pedigree than their quality. Mr. 
however, replied most effectively to these very inaccurate 
■'g-nes-es at truth" (fur we can call them nothing more), and 
pointed out that in former day:- farmers were obliged to wait for six 
lM 1 t il 1 111 | |,1 









■ attention which 1. 
' "t they came, ti 

hauliury, ;n,-l 






be foreigner. There ... 

■ Champion prize for the best 

II' 11 I 1 n heid Mi 

Uai-i e had three lira- with hi- -la .rib. .ni-. and the -wt- under lil'teen 
mouth- were -o good that -.vervt lone Uiund Mr. Druce's was highly 
commended. 

The public judging ai Cu-: I-lnoo.mboi-... b-.w took place Oil 1' t i-hi V 
(Jaly 1). and the exlul.ation e-Hitiiin-.- e.p.,.-n rill Wednesday niete-. 

'.iwimo u, then:* not being m-oiiin laii.-ii for m-.n-.- than three hundi-ed 

torsea-fihedray-hoi-.-elr- - ha v..- t, ...u -tria 1: out of (..ho u:-r. and m.-.oI\ 

on.- hundred ap]. heat ions have been n.-iurm.-d a- too late. The thoi,, nob- 
bred sires number forte-four, the I l.,-r- ,.,vcn',y < three-seventh / of 

.'..' i- :■:■■: weird u -l. ,1a.- \\,.-igh ..■ irrvim.' - - ■' ■ ■ :■■:*< , . ha- !. . and 
pr.nie- will be there ,,«!<■>,-,; ;lI1 d ; , .-h-nee class of Araf.-e i C . Tlie 
>■.,■'"■!„<; Lif< states thai, t.' araei.am.-, Xutbonriio. Neville, Newcastle. 
( 'ad, nicer. Amsterdam. Horror. ,-!,- Peter Laurie. The Hadji. 
}>ckenham, Loupgitruii. and Old Calabar are part aud parcel of the 

Mr. Logan's sa.Ie stand:-- for Thur.-ila) ne-;t. au-1 can he reached by 
a imle walk from Newport, a lii d-clas- station on the South Wales 
line. There are thirty-two cow a.nd heifer and ten bull loK and 
the Duke of Kuowlua.-i'e { \:\ ,\\±:\\ . Prince of the Empire r jiV,ys>, ami 
i.!:erry Jacket (IU. l.'.Mt. bar.- been prmci pally u.-e-l. All the bull- ale 
under' fourteen months. » ,-. j j,",,,,. |, ,..g : ,',,,) ; , ,-],,,■, 1; ow, Queen of 
AtheV-tane. has ha-l a roan bull-,-., .If, wldclj has been named Crown 
Lrinceof AtheLtane; an-l Mr. Ea-two-.d',. white bull The Hero, first 



Mr. MTombie- 



i-.: Uuke of Lowland. We believe 

Ins Anguse- to Newcastle, and that 
i :-■ arly all the classes. 



'j'lic proceedings ol the ni.jm.--i a( Ivglmni were re.-unied nntl 

'""'" : - : " 1 Ul1, atl. .,,,(..,„ : ih<- i,„a, ,-L'iiar.l, IJ.-iu | .-■-.-. I.ui. to- .-ouU! o-.i. be- 

m-ia.. A .Mtii-..-, wli.j v.-iL- i .■ ;.-i i.i j-. 1' , van I,..!. ..-.■ ., n.t -larna" t.la- ii.-.-j.l.-iii . 

■ ■■■ ao ■ ,!,.,! lia i..,,:,,-,! ..a- ,..l,.-r aa, I a0.e„.|ll, : , la, Lis -tali,--, ail-1 thut lie 

-^'1 ! il "-- 'a-aik j 1 1 - 1. i.-ivo- i.:,.. ,,.,a.i, a.. ,.-..-.!.: ,.i.,,a. The jury, in their 

■■""" """" l '- i" ■' ■- '- 

i . 1 -^ ; - | y; -iam-).„,.,,,or. .ma M,., . . i, ,„-, .1 , la- s„ulh- West era Ihiilway 

BftCT Ca«!h Other, aia I >■-. . : ..., •o.-a-.-r.o.;.;a. : u-.-.a.- =;...!L a., ..Lien ■.-■ -'..atd-m'" '" 



ihr. auj hoilt 



Sardinia ii, is called gallo. -he cock, from the 
tlie we-teni province- of Fiance, the seahen. 
>fed Peter's i 

that it was from the mouth of a hsti of this ■ 
tribute money; 






his lingers mark- t 



that the imprint of 



i salmon we shotdd j 



.- heard a e-einleman, wh-se p 



.1 study in 1. 



dory with sauce made from the red 

iiiuuet - ne-a-.l wa.s r r : ■ .- i.ia.-t -,!i-h in the world. 

Aecor-ling to IVii'etr.t and others of our earlier naiuratias the 
great body ,,f herrings rei ■ av.ii. m ih- wo o ,- „,-,■,, :! , A r.tic 

circle, where- tia.-v •■ ■!. ta.ee n.-r !ualr, movth.- iU or.ler ;-> o-'vuit ilaun- 
selves after a-eWLuu-:. :e.o that tins mig'ht .' /iefr. ..,■ ;mt i>-, puts it-elf 
into morion -..i iirv:;a|. u: i}.. : .-j.i ii.tr. 'in A tod ,o,,i \l" ;l V ,'e. -, eedo- 
11 '1 1 tl 1 M , 1 I r I , uid sh-.al does 

not arrive until .In. .,. The .-.hetlaial i,ki-id- torn, the hr-t check, and 
divide the main body into two parts: one takes the we-t. the 
other the ea-t. ami they fill ^-ry bay and cn.ek with their 
numljer-.. I he v.-..-:. ..a. <i;v.-:..m ,- again inierrupted by the north of 

i tl i ] 1 I h L I ( 11 I 

coasts of f'ranee. .Accordine to tlie aliove-|u->i---l authority. Pennant. 
some "id hern ue 1 - o-u.a n ..o i oivem-t- the whole y,.-ar. Naturalists, 
like doctors, ft,,n d;-aer>ee : an-.i _\l ■CiiUocm. r»a.vrel!. ami r-tliers are 
scejitical as to this n-aithern migration, from the fact. that. Arctic 
voyagers and wluile-ri^icrs an.- not aware of any h.-heries of conse- 
qm-iioe in G ree.elan-1 and Iceland. They o:-nceiee iha.t the herring 
inhabit- the -ieep w.i.tev on our c-.n-fs ; .|1 the year, and appivaelie-' lite 
shore- at certain s.-asons f--r the deposition of us .-pawn, in a manner 
tiualogou- v.j many others of the finny tribe. An additional 
reason is given for this view of the "que-tion from the con- 
sideration that z\r: pikhard. winch i- *,-, elo-.-lv related to 
the herring, and which was at Oi:e (l! ue thomrht to migrate to the 
North, is now known never to leave the British seas. The herring 
appear in the Eirtlt of Forth towards the end of Uecembei and he- 
giiinirej oi" Janr.aw : in Jar-.-. Juh, , and 
J.hmlmt and Herv.ak c-.a.-t--. The drifi-uer- u-..l in fishing for them 

are similar to tl .- employed f--r iahmg maeker-.k amleaai-i-lerrtble 

skill ;.- r..- p.ire-l to arrange the var' 
with the meshes square and eve 
depth. The distances below the 
according to win. 'I rod tale and tin.- situation,..! their f. .r.d. j \ has 
been found. l»y 1 , I i r . 1 

gi-.atet numiiers in the -lark night, and whi-n the -ea i- ruiif-d b v a 
bre-e/.e; lieiice the net- are only u-ed dmhig i.be night. The pilchard 
i.- a -urn lb; r 'i-i, th.ei tia- : icrriiig. and i- »>A nointy so plem ifne ,.-v-;-e|n: 
on the coast of Cornwall, where it is found at all seasons of the 
year, and where a most extensive fi-hcrv is carried on. The prin- 
cipal .-ia:., ...).- wh I I I i be divided into 
iln-ee— ot.... to ;},..- ..aaavar.i. --t tlie Li/.ard. (b.e -eco!:d between the 
!■'■;;■.-: t-.al ih- l.;o ..i- End. '.he .bird on the north coast or the county, 
not far from ;-[. Ives. Three boat-, called the .-can-boat, the vol e'er, 
and the l.urkei. with a crew of eighteen men and oiieor two boys, are 
termed the scan -fishery, which is a sort- of 



i iu'.he v/. ■■', 



■'pliehai'i ', 






-ran j- ban- 1 .' .1 I.. ;]:,.- velgor. and t.li..- u-.- 

the en.. L together, and the lurker take- 
cr..-w la-hii.g the v.atei to keepi the in 
The quantity of pilchard taken by t 
eb'giou-e an-.i from five to t 
night by .iMiigK-diift-hoat. It has 
rity that three thousand hogsheads of pilchard 
thousand live hundred lish being 




ooj elude, i 



night :n 






<-i' pivtehei 

of all the -white '' " 
scaleg. These* were sold for 
tion of pearls. Roach scales 

Ig- a -|iiar|-, -lace at twenty-live, whilst for bleak four gu 
was the market price in Luke'.--place. Tlie scale-- Were t- 

* ' i they were caught, and t" 




ii i i , , ..,,,, , r [ , 

l'-.Lell l-u-i,,. ll„-\ woal-i be ,1,-e 

;;;;:;. l ^ l l , ;:";;' , ;; l t "' , ; ! ;' r ;: i!i, i ,, " ; ' ,lli ;- i '' l 'i ■'''■*'" ''""""' "-i-n-.i-iia' i.-w.. ..'-.■ 
v ,ic ^- 1'--'. .'in'\ c ^./ r'".'/' ,',//^!. n "i n.".'^'.^;.!'^' r',,V'i, l .Vi.; ! ';v!;! ll 'v.' t r .v.'. 1 !.,;.!','," 



,' " 1 ' ' ' ( 


, ' , ! , 1 i'.C .i.-bata, !i.. 
1 U '""' ' ' "'"' h ""■'"'"" e'-'-"-tVarir- 1,(1 


OBITU^ 


t the labour, of the Gonierence of London haye come 


RT OF EMINENT PERSONS. 


THE KING OF WIRTEMBER& 


















*^0^i 


I-;ne!;eat au.l. iuarn- .! ea;ul..,tte Augusta Matilda. 
Pl-iii-v.-s Itnyiil of Ja.elaii.i, el I, r ,i n.l,,., j 




'.,iiie.-u I ..i \\ u .-n ,'.;. it, rare 


-^^fe 








Soh^SaiSa"^&-r' fB S l ^t f ^"rt 



of lii.s father's ,ii -|,..i,j.- e.aialue... and U»>k u'|> 



j.liimev t-i tlie lnnx-rial ruler of Kr.mee. ^ 
ri-iner'.- lir.-t. rnarriiiee. ill 1MIS, witli the V 

la griiii.l armee. Siilj-oqiioitly. lie h..,t che , 



(. The Prince had e 









tuighter of I 

Prine.- tvt.-r of lu..-t. i n-i il.l.-ni.ere. aial ia, b.r ! v. b... ea-. I .tin.'i I si a i la had 
'■■< -'.aia'iim, I',.., ■ \\ a'., i !■ ' ,,. ■ i i ■■■■■.. I > \ I. ,. 

ill) 1 

i!-;-)'neieh'.!i-(.'ar 1 ''.-n,,l;, |o /.t^aa i'ne.'....j; uji-tunl-i ' b-.-ma.inm '; .m'i 

< 1 tl 1 1 ui ■ win ml i. 



. Kin, -a V. It i. mi o-.;. , I.,. ■. ■ i .... U..r. ., (,, is.-; ril .1 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



'mi- )[<>•-. i i;i mI'KI'-K cuaven. 
TUf Kmi, Fiv.i.-ri.A rr..v. >,. 1,,-,,'ii-y ,A William. --'<"i"l an J present Ei 

Ari-> I'l.y'h'i- •'■in ."i'-m'm ■ i 'l!' '';';'■./. '..'■■ .'■■-.■/' ■! a. 'in ■ U'.-CiiM: .) in-lio r 
I I II u r 1 

THE REV. CANON CTRETON. _ 



' 1 >f l, \\i'lii:illi'''riin'rr,| l . i:-:|.. !■>■ hi- "it". Mary, .liuirhl ,.r .>f 






attached the m-tory r 



! ..''.- : ,Vi:!o'v.-i : -'i..l 1 ..r' M ■■ l.|' ■■■'■ -i .-t. "l-um" 

A^u^Pnch^i^Egypt, ££t«™tf 

!■■: ■ H,, :,i. , .1, , ,| ,,i ; ..l, ,.■, ,.| 






e Syriac text of the Epistles of St. I gnat in 



Li. oniiaiem" tin- i nil, .•.■<>i -Kr:/. ..!:-. :i!i,l. in )>!-', w.i. «■], ,•[.,! 1 'r". ■(■- — r ... 

>.-,rg.Ti in Mir IHnrMK .A h. li ni.uivh. II ■: u'a- a!-, l'n.l, ■ <n' Ai.atmie 

;>:. ill.' [ii./iil .-Uad-im, Sum.-. in U)-,l:n;irv !■■ the nu-.-ii i.-r sv.-lkuid. : 

Fellow of the Royal .-,.,[. U. a!,-i h, lul.i a J--i = o h-i.-l .L|.}..,ii,ii,e i.l •■ in ,.,.n 
■,v.|--> .■.,■-■■ !:i..-h ■. ■ i.,-. ii„-. i. I i,.- |„'n, .■■!■.,! .!!-■■ ■■ V s-v-t. m ,.l Miruiiv ■' an- 

" -lll-;-.'|,.ill K-VJ-.-ri- ■!!.■. ,,J * -h!. ., -mAl,,,,/- I),.. v,:!-. ),.,,!-...V,|. I !„■ ; ,1 1 1 I ., .r . .{ ill- 









:u.. I ''An liM'iA.-.il hi tin' Lit.' ..I the Due .].- llimi,." It imi-i I"- ...;■ 

11...I.V L'nlV.ll- ,;..[, I]... -1(1.,.,- ..[ !"nilt .(111 fl..VO|--. -fVlTIll ■■(' Wlliell M 

^. ■!■:[... el" tljv |.,-t Di-t. h i...in;iT- i'-r L ,.i,.,iii- ai.A . ).,-. i>.-- oi iiniiaumi, wh 
- .in.-. ..: hi- !■.-: ^ ■■r!..- I.ae.' :i n.. !■:,.— ..;" nnoa-i... ;,i„i i,,r, i ,,i . ;1A . t. ,■•■< uli 
]■■■ t.iin-.'ji", l!,.. |,:iint.-r v.-. s - hrmiirht -.m,'.v h.it ,. . ( n i v -.:.) 1 y Li-tor. t 

H ,i:ti)iL' It.. Wii.'t l;..ar." Tli.' arti-l: - inmaUvv ■ k i! ■' l,.i,l .■.■rtainU d. ..■■•'; ved 
i.av.- t ind.-l.r.-.i ;., i.!,.-,!.-,.,.,.,! i.in..v..r i.,i- 1 y,...<l j_r 

EL BROOKS, ESQ. 



!lia/,',.ll]Y,,r[ .,1 rn .11 ,.a|,,„itv 111 
-:u'.-i til,' illinat.. ,,!" tlinl ,h-u-i.;t- 



i. (the brother) ; nnd Colmiel l-Mv.anl 'i harl,'" hk'u-h.'r 
nvallis as Govcrnor-O.a,'.' ral' ,,f "l".!",. ' ^ l' "! '"l ; ,. iy^n'l"! 



! ■ !!■■■■ : " ■'• ' " '■ .'II,, I 1. a... I, ■ i. I t I'. i )■,■!, .1 

api" .inline In-- I.,,r,|-I -. -i.iit.n-i li-L'.ii<-...-. 'i I ... t ■ i- a I. ;.'ucy of £100 to hei 

| The will ,,]" Fniln-M-i, Kirhard Mae/onis. Esq., of Grosvenor- 






'■',;:;;;;.': 



.-tl"aL' J lli,.v,M-,,t > |,„ Lh, ]-,.,v, „n Ci-n-J. ■,-(., Animal... 



rij.-tUl,-' l..-'!l. ■ I.- 1/1, .'!■ i...tl...- J.,;t.H. r-iil;,fl ,-.;,,.; ,,,.:. -■ ;,. . -, . ,, ; | ,-. ,1 , .;,, ,., , | , , , ~ 

h I r u r 

h..l-H ,..1 done.' .-.,ii-!:n-ih .l.-.ii,,.- ,-, i„ri,,.| ,,, 1,1, ,[-..• i.ii i], lorty yi'fiiN," 

The will of S:inmc! l-Siv.oks. J->|.. l-ahl.-ri-, of ,M;inchosfor, was 

' I I ' I '■ •■■ ■■•"■ ■ ' I ': 1 ■ 1 I 






TO CORRESPONDENTS. 

' N.ri. :..,(. ;..!!'.' '■:■,'. ... 1 1,'. ..'.',. !.i ,'.'.,..-' T.;., J ,..'/'■, .;'.■.;,. ,,' ,'■'.'.' \. : '''l^:"Z.'..-'> 

w..,i.i :-,■■, i: ■■■.. ...... i; ;-,i- 1 ,,.- 1.. -,_ ,„..:■,. i... ,-..- ,1 ..,, k ;., ii i; ait? Womnyloo 

. \i'i ■.- - i'i- .- • : . . ' , ..'.., .', :'• " -iV 1 .'. : '".■■ ^'.'.■ ,■•.' ' /■.',.. „! ' ,'.'.' ;;'., 



;--;,„'h 'n:.'.'!,:"; 1 ':;;!,,,;,,.,^ 









^01,1-Tiox of rr.o>iLi:M No. -,,„;!. 



I -J 



JL 



^, M: 



i 1 
1 



Mr, l-i.ni- 1, i,i„l Mr. M u-l.k h : .- . . 



iiiF iiir 


















NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. 

|; r -i. ■ '. 1 '.,'.'.' h '»'■' . ■ " -.'■■'■ ; j'.."'. : .' 1. , ' ,".'."':'.'.' ,..",'-,'. \''"\':::Zr; 
■'• '. '..''-' ' -"" 'V. : AAA'.' ';" A AArA.-A'AA 






Navy Cluli ?av 



Tuesday evening tlie j 



Tin- l'Mitil,nr.:h. lid. -Jini-l, ,,!■-.,. ju.wer. late coastirnanl ship at 

Mi.-ilrH-W;, in"l. Sh.-l,,. K.,i r i 5 - r r i : 1 -—. ■ - 1 I o" ■ ■;' U> I - ■ i 1 1 ; : j.l.u-,-1 hi the tLnvd 

Sir IJoliei-t Oiu-ilirn.'i ili.'-l on Stin:lav la>t, at his trsiilence at 

riiin'iii.int. liavin..' atluii.-.l the- r..(vi!Ti,:ol a-,- ..I .■i-litv-thivc. ?If wiv< a 

aiidant of the B Bri^:v.la Royal Hor-e 



The lioval SoveiA-iAii, aii annoiir-l><'aviii<,' iron ;-lii)., Luilt l»v 

3aptaln ColOS, Oil the t in r.A ,.,-h..-i 1 ,!o ,,i -I I ■:,.,,,. . 1 -i,,-,.|,,..,,t, J.-.nii. l-nr:. 

An important -,aio- of ;_q;niierv rxiaTiiiicnts was marie at 
Slio/'luiry:,,-- y. ■-(..!-.'.. ,v ■....-.'.. Tl..- obi... t ■/:. i-m 0--1 t li,. r.--i.-ting powers ol 

THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. 

The London volunteers had quite a hVId .lay on Saturday 






A challenge match I .etwee 

Mi.|.|lr-,.i iAru-i- A Cirji- e.iDie ...ft" 






Caj.tain Hauohion ( 'haHe- Okeowr I'.ad lias been appoin 
[njoror the'.'n.l ll.-rliv-lur,. nmhilimi ,.1 I: nl.- V,,!unl....iv, renikToil vacaiil 
lie re.-i-initioii, through ill-health, of Lord Venion. 



The f..iindati..ti->tone of the third lar_'e new ihn.-k for the 

■..iii!.ii.-i,.i.,r- ;it tl... I.nui ,-!,:-, in tin.' .-in:-!-; ..1" r!n- '1A n...' '11,.. f.vo !:--■■ 
."•k-n.,..v ..].. ii |.,r ,..\]...|-r. a; i.l iiiij.urcr mi die '1A 11- aiv tl:,. Tvn- I'.-r!:. 
..|..||...|||. I..M... -..to, 1 :.,,. k,:.a., 1 ...|.|..i.. . aiiA tli. N,..|-tln:tiil...Th.!.J 

Sir Iledwonli AVitliainson, Hart., a. I.il.eral, was elected, on 



",.'.'. .„'','"',,/ iauL,!'"!,. ihl'i. - 'ri','..' 'l.",lh ..l": 



The Swe.li.dt and Xorv.A'L'iaii ( !. nvniiiitnl ha- forwarded 



IM!.i],-" l ., , ,"wlrM, I I ■',',. u"^,r]'{y 



Vesleirlav ivo-k. beiie_' the first aimiversa rv of (lie oponiuc 

flu- ii,-..\ loo- 1 -1, urt.ii. -11 \-\lnm ,,( !-!.,i:..A, l.y (!.-■ 1'rni.-' ;n>.l Praa 
I...II ill .!,-■ .-.- imiMiUM.I, i.M.t ,F,-.ril.|.r.,.|: m ,.,,.., . ,sl,i. I, !,.,>!; |,1.1,',- I;, 1 






N... UHI.H. — Ily Dr. C. EAVl-.ll I X im< )r- ittni,,). 






IVa>.-r. Tl„ ; Nanmial Ai,l.h.m v.n-'-iuiL- in on- |„i[„l, I' ■ 

Tiik WksI.kv \n ^IkthODJST i 'nx F i-: 1; i:\ci.;.— The annual 



1 ami tin- t-'Ht or the Holy Scriptures 1111.I the Book of ( 
'lie Niilimiiil Anthi'in was suiil' l.y tin- pupil-, i.n.l the pro< 



including Spital fields. \ A. .11 h.t:-. l.u.Tpmi. Brnafoidrr*-"-''' 
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SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1864. 



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THE VOTE OF CENSURE. 

itional system of this country is a in neb i lie which. 
i vitality in friction. Out of 
obtained by the nibbing together of opposing 
ire elicited the light and beat and all the elements essen- 
vigour and usefulness. Even in the much-sneered -at 
of a locally self-governed hind tin- principle is always 
'e and valuable operation"; it pervades our municipal 
it culminates in the great council of the 
familiarly call Parliament. An Opposition ia 
the proper government of the countiy as a 
, and if the latter has its rights as well its duties, the 
equally well endowed inline respects, and is not spared 



It fares ill for the political 

welfare of the people when an Opposition grows supine, 
for in proportion a Ministry grows despotic or careless : 
and legislation, as understood in a constitutional sense, becomes 
little better than a collection of decrees by the grace of the 
Government. During the later existence of the present Parlia- 
ment therehas been,— so far, at least, as broad questions and large 



things. The Opposition has been led by i 

bitious, but who have been twice tried as conductors of the 

affairs of the nation and have Keen dclibcral ely rejected by two 

Parliaments, one of them chosen under their own auspices. 
A Minister has- been at the head of the i-lovernineut 



who-e traditionary claim.- t 



ntli-rity. as . 



diplomatist and 
whose personal 

popularity and whose skill as a member of Parliament, were 
admitted to be second to none. By an adroit fusion of 
politicians in bis Cabinet he had neutralised. such antagonism of 
degree as might have lurked in the ranks of the Liberal party, 

steadfast closing of the whole body agatn.-t aggression from 
their opponents. The consequence of tins combination of cir- 
cumstances lias been the approach of that b-tlessness on the 
part of Parliament, and that jaunty indifference on the part of 
Ministers, which we have above indicated; and the outside 
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were intended to serve the purpose only of passing the 
Estimates and producing firat-ratc Budgets, As it happened, 
Ministers were admitted mip-iuhringly to be strong and worthy 
of all trust in foreign politics ; and therefore, while it was 
believed that the character and influence of England abroad 
were preserved, and while taxation was dealt with from a 
popular point of view, there was a fair chance of the 
Government being left pretty nearly to its own devices in 
other matters, whatever they might be. Always, of late years, 
in the month <>f February, speculation has been rife as to how 
with any decent show of busincss-doine.*. Parliament was to ™et 
through the six months which are devoted by custom to legis- 
lation ; and this was especially the case in the present year, 
■when the Queen's Speech was, for all the work that it indicated, 
a blank, and there was no hope that the most spasmodic efforts' 
would be successful in preventing a very humdrum Session. 
Nevertheless, ere long there arose circumstances which an 
Opposition, eager in its aspirations for power, fearless of 
responsibility, and strong in the consciousness of a policy of 
its own, might long ago have turned to political and Parlia- 
mentary profit for itself and its party. By a series of 
mishaps, the strong point of the Government was trans- 
formed into its weak one, and it was on the question of its 
foreign policy that it was found to be assailable, if anyone 
was desirous and capable of assailing it. Long ago it was within 
the means of the Opposition to have impeached that policy 
and brought it to a direct i,-suc before the proper tribunal ; but 
a sense of inherent debilhy caused the leaders of that body, who 
knew enough of the mysteries of Ministries to render them 
timid, to acquiesce in all the stereotyped pleas for delay in 
treating by open discussion the delicate secrecies of foreign 
policy; and, as usual, the Parliament and the people 
were compelled to wait until diplomatic action on the affairs 
of Denmark was over, and when all that could be said 
could avail nothing to alter what had been done, and when the 



had 



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merely personal— t 
concerned the conduct of Ministers merely. The moment of 
ibis negative ripeness having arrived, the Opposition, after 
much hesitation nnd no little travail, screwed its courage to the 
slicking place and contrived to produce that half-hearted 

its expiring days in the month of July. 

It has been written and said that the country takes deep 
interest in this question of Denmark, and perhaps it is the fact, 
so far as the country ever docs take interest in any matter of 
foreign policy which does not bring England into such partici- 
pation in the affair .as roods upon taxation. It is, however, 
doubtful whether the country, using the term in its broadest 
sense, has been conscious to any fearful extent of that humi- 
liation of England, that lowering of her just influence in 
Europe, which has been the text of so much inflated talk in 
clubs and coteries and of so many indignant essaj-s in news- 
papers. Nevertheless, it was but right that the opinion of 
Parliament should have been asked on the conduct of trans- 
actions in which England took a leading part, and the result 
of which has umpiesiiomi'bly been failure. No one denies that 
our diplomacy in reference to the Danish question has been 
baffled ; and ■ in such a case it is only due to the 
Ministry that they should be put upon their defence. 
But, at this particular juncture, it is by no means a logical 
consequence that because the Government has been unequal to 
a certain occasion the Opposition is entitled to step into then- 
places. That however is, in fact, the issue which is being 
tried ; and, looking to the tone in which the debate began very 
early to assume, it is fortunate for Ministers that the question 
has been accepted in that way. In a certain sense, Denmark 
has become a secondary consideration in the discussion ; and 
the real contest turns on the point whether the ins are to go 
out and the outs to come in. Notwithstanding this nan-owing 
of the subject matter, the opportunity has been used to advan- 
tage, and in several statesmanlike speeches a new theory of 
the foreign policy of England ha3 been enunciated and illus- 
trated with much force ; and, whatever may come of this Par- 
liamentary contention, whatever may be its motives and its 
objects— be tbey personal in the sense of party, or patriotic 
in the truest abstract sense — it has had the effect of 
presenting to the judgment of the country a question 
of the greatest importance, and that is whether England is 
hereafter to adhere to tbe traditionary system of foreign 
policy which she has hitherto upheld in common with the 
Continental Powers with whom she has nothing else in 
common, or whether she has to strike out for herself an inde- 
pendent course more consonant with the spirit of her insti- 
tutions. It is probable that ere long this question will come 
on for consideration and settlement ; for it is evident that 
a strong feeling on this subject pervades the mind of Parlia- 
ment. In the debate now in hand every speaker who was 
in a position to utter his sent iments wit limit, fear of committing 
himself expressed or implied an adherence to the principle 
of strict non-intervention on the part of the British 
Ih'venmient in the domestic polities of fuivi-n nations, and an 
abjuration of all tbe liabilities and entanglements of treaties, 
negotiations, and alliances; and for the first time wo had de- 
monstrated the differences and incongruities which exist 
between the motives, the conduct, nn<\ the means of carrying 
out the foreign policy of despotic Continental Powers and 
those of a Constitutional and insular country. If it has not 
already been observed, it will soon be discovered that the real 
question now brought before Parliament and the country is tbe 
decision of what is to be the future conduct of our forcigu 
relation.' — the |n'iiiciplc.-, the meibod-, and ibe course of a-:! ion of 
our foreign polity. In tide regard, that which was a mere 



the 



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Looking at the debate from any other point of view its 
interest is considerably dwarfed. It dwindles into an 
exhibition of mere personal cleverness, and invites only a com- 
parison of the relative vigour of the two parties in Parliament 
in attack and defence, The immediate deduction from the 
controversy is tolerably clear. It is quite evident that at the 
time when the Danish question had reached the critical point, 
when it became the duty of the signitarics of the Treaty of 
1S."L' to interfere, the Government of this country believed that 
they could rely on the co-operation of the other Powers parties 
to that arrangement ; that they were justified in supposing 
that the joint voice of England, Russia,, and France raised 
against .aggression in Denmark would suffice to settle the 
matter j and it was in that sense, and not in the narrower 
meaning which has been put upon it, that Lord Palmcrston 
used the words, that in any crisis which might arise 
Denmark would not be found alone. It is a fair inference from 
the circumstances, as they then existed, that these words did 
not necessarily imply war with Germany, and, still less, 
war on that Power by England single-handed. For reasons 
which to most persons are palpable enough, and which may be 
traced without difficulty in the voluminous literature of the 
Foreign Office, since that time Fiance and Russia have been 
alienated from England on this question, and, as a result, ou 
this country solely was left the responsibility of carrying out 
the Treaty of London. Happily, this was no treaty of gua- 
rantee, and the question for the Government to decide was, 
whether they should plunge the nation into war for the main- 
tenance of an engagement which France and Pnssia repudiated. 
It was a difficult, a delicate position ; but we believe that the 
opinion of the country will eventually endorse the course taken 
by Ministers. It must be admitted l bat they have been unsuc- 
cessful in a great diplomatic contest ; but it will, perhaps, be fell 
t hat they had to encounter adverse influences of no common force ; 
that they were not so much outwitted as betrayed ; and that, 
een an adherence to a system of 
received merited condemnation. 
and totters to its fall. The matter for the consideration of the 
country, the real judges and arbiters between tbe contending 
parties, is very simple. As we have already intimated, assuming 
that her M:i jest \"s Ministers have managed the Dano-German 
affair ill. that the result is unsatisfactory, inasmuch as i 
shown that England docs not hold the balance of power in Europe 
in her own hands, the acceptance of the proposition that the 
Opposition would have done better is not a necessary conse- 
quence. This is the legitimate excuse for those members who, 
bavin- relieved their feelings by hearty abuse of both parties, 
will, under the pressure of a Parliamentary alternative, vote 
for the Government. To every one who is not a mere 
partisan the choice, though not wholly satisfactory, is obvious 
when the crucial test of a division is applied to individual 



says a letter irorn that island. tC- . ,■.,.■,; ;, lV ,. -,, :L nonrin" in from 

Naples and from mornuig till eight o'clock m ■ . . 

General goes to bed he lias been kissed and embraced „ „tv™rt d 

manias before. A frenzy of affection and adoration has mmifested 

DENMARK AND GERMANY. 

The loss of Alscn to the Danes has been followed bv a lull in war- 

1 1 1 tl | , 

re';ennar--auce made- by uvo Dam-h mon-of-,.,-:,,- ..IT the M.- u ,'| ,",| 

\ , , I ' ! ' 1 s.,,-, j , 

; i,n ; V ( '■> V ' ! " h 'l"^T""sb.'cr,dott. Ap.mvm Uhl = wl,,, 

Ui-.la: Lui:nou,m.Iuil :!l „|, ,,» M.-ud-u . wvie dm-,,, back with , t . 

1 '" "''• t^ii Kroner-. Th.ae u.,-. .,„ ,,,«,„„,„, ,,, cll „ .„ 

inst.. oft lingua. lv, »-,.,, m,. Pi-u--i;.u : -, m Cats | ■, |, ,.,,_., , ,. . ,,, 

"m'kc StCamer ' Which ° - ded ' seemin fe rI y> U1 tttte more than 

L ^'Dano-German war is being waged in the Eastern seas as well a. 

\ i t l> i ( j f \ „ 

states that several b.utahnn. on b„,h sides neither ,,,v n,,r ' iooh 

the duv anmioMt> thai iu-puvd H,.-im. '('!, |> , 

"" Sally stated to have been from 

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loss in tl,,. retreat from Alsen 
2500 to 3000 killed, wounded, 
officers-. A private letter from Sonderburg reports 

number of Swedish volunteers, * ■ 

horrible story is probably untrue. 

A telegram fv.nu Copcnha-en 

undisputed podtioii of Alsen, n._ 

to conlrruiiittelhgi. 



opposite Fimeii : and tl 



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luumal theA^M Cn.mo U„z.t'. -o p-a(s ,>. p lM n\v lamnn-c tlio 
^""'V' 1 \^\ I'm- la and AiMria no lone-ei en it,, i h,,,,"-"-' y I 

£«*. ' ""«*««»" which they agreed to make at the Cou- 

P'im Fi dunk Charles of Prussia is now Commander-in-Chief of 

"u ■•'."nun army. In an adehe-s i-n.d to the ir,,ops h„ Hj-itk-Mi 

the r:il:iiif.: et Alsen as " an it-' 

sea iniimic in the history of 

The Prussians 1 

U II 11 , 1 hue been i t f | | , ot Pm ,, i;m 

*."""""' >'. V 1 ' " th r " i II. I oul in ulditiout. 

" ■ tele.LOam loan < ', .pe.diugen that very consider 

1 '■' ■>' anvr.-d ii|...i, the inhabitants.. 
a Swcd.j-Xorv.eejau s.mado.n i-ae;.u:i about u 
iters of Gothenburg, where it will take un i 
The journey of Prince John i 



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been put under the 



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will take up a 



J he journey of l'r ,- John ot < :h„ T.-t n , r «-. vnuu-e-t brother . 

]vl "- ' hn-naii. to Ikrlm h.i givui u- ( 'l, -oeeulution and h 

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FOREIGN AXE COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. 



FRANCE. 

The Kir.p'-ror and Finprcss were to leave Fontaincblean i 



day— the J'hnp. ]■<.]■ proe.Vlim 
Prinee imperial, to St, (.loud, 

Baron deBcnst. riouii^teiuiavv <-i lh< fionnnui. lh-t at the Lnn-ioa 
( onferenee. anived in Paris y, ■ ' 
Ibe Pinperor he proceeded to F< 



Vichy, and the 1 
theC 




Vaisse, sA.aiat.-v. J t Tiui-iber.s 1 in 
tony-lwo aie Fn-Ii.-h, iiiiiety-t iv,. Foaieh. and fix German.' 

the ireaiv of ee.mna.Tee bet v.-.. a, France and Swir/erland. arriuu'-l 
on the -Jllth ot June, wa- si-n...! ve ■:■ riav \e .k bv >fM. Dronyn de 
1 '"'.> ■ "■<■ '-. 'W kuil, l ieps. 

sensitive Of the Helvetic CoJitol-aation. This i,eaiy contains aelau-e 
-' - '■■'■" ■ 'OV:W..\\ !.-.un.<ui< e [.J- p)-opcrl\- in works of hicraturo and art, in 

:i ' j ' ! - ; --' '''■■■ ' -"'' ! '")... rnelCia! e, .,,..,,(. ■:;,,:,,,;, 

The ■M,.,u!,,., pnhln.h.s de-p:itcl,es bom AIl-oo-- which repre-ent 

tbal ibe !ril-,^vh..l,r],! 1 ,nt Innr-es} j u revolt have all -■a-O'ud.-'vd 

unconditionally, and tha: 4'HHi v , <,,. V s are loiamed bv th- Fr.-id, 
..■u.iuaiidt-ra- a ('uarantoe for their submission. 

A Paris pajK-r stales that the Fo.-nch (o.veramcut has made 
iurauj'euieut.-, to o-eeive ■'.'oonn (.'nea-.-iiui emigrants in Algeria. 
SPAIN. 

A Poyat decree ha- t-een is-ikal anrliori-itie; the e^p:'ri.Ktniv ot two 

belli..!!'- Oi leal- i. 

<!- tain, d pii-oner ai'rer i !.,.■ B :i n I,., oi Pii.vja. 

1 *- Sp:iv<i,h i -mhJ-, momi.m il,e ontbrea.k of a ■laiv.-erou-' iu.,1 . Iv 

m ili, oil v <".i :uii!.aa ir,in ;),c foil., win;.; eaioe :— in eo'nstructim' the 
'adwav v.liii 1, I..;--.-. O^m/h , hin. ( ilac". a la ,-'o ma-" of »ar( h w.i s 
■ '■'UikJ I.oii: !],,, M-iphbomhood Of the CltV for the purpi-e of 

Hulking the embankments, At ihe -].e>t whenc'ila- eaith was i ik-n 
a 'tuamivy of -la.niaiit wate) has .,„,-,-. collected. I ho uialan-i froia 
which has produced an epidemic lever, v.irh all the cliai',iet.-ris;j,-s ,,[ 
plngue. More than ITitW persons in Mureia. and the envno,, have 

1 " :Ot;,cKed. and a iai,-,: hi.,,,1,,-, ,,; dealh..-. Ik.C- iak. ii phi".' \ 

inanoeeraiion a-am-t ihe nuhvav e,„,ipaiiv by j }„■ population took 
place a few days back, and serious disturbance--* are feare I. 
ITALY. 
debate in the Chamber of Deputies on the financial pobcv of 
Tuesday. Si-nor Mnolu.i ie\iow.-d 
. ...gnor Lai 
s.x.-o.m of ihe Coven, men;.. Ke e.out.-o'd 



.lepartiiKiits, J|,, ;,]-.. nr:/, ,| (he Cahiuel to mainlain" the 
ambng M,tl t brance, in ool,-r to render ihe frontiers secure 
hivasioi Ml. hat 1 1 tli i 

I m u II h M . Ih I , I , | ||, 

I'" I".:<ne:.d plan had l.en po r .,-e,| in oppo-.liou to tli.lt bi-n-he 

' I 1 I M til , 1 | , in 

theu-opnoneuN, evc-pt thai, of the L.-ii ,1,-inan I- 
laiation of war. The ■Minbtcr obj.-etc.l to any 

■of coiitidenee was rjieu pas^d by 1*2 to 12-'< 
he hath-, as he wiw in Eugiiind. Day after day] 






Fni|.,-ror of Itusda to ;ho 



Story that the D.oiisli '.overnmen:, lindin 
by the neutral Powers, has ' ' 

_„„.._ ... Genmoi Confeleration. 

A letter has been made pr 
Grand Iinlo of Ohleubno- 
sncces.ion to the duehieso. .... 
'J'he terms of the cession have )>een s 
Conference already published, 
tbe Committee e 



A circular 

acen-- al.o.ad i-* publi-a.-, I 

■ bavin-, he says, 



Powers. A despatch o 



una .ilieial paper. In this doju- 

thc proeec-liaL's of tlie late h'on- 

'.h...leiv^„-.],:ol.ih!\ for its taihnvon Deimiark, 

jeered the last proposition of the neutral 

like purport has been issued by Herr von 



e defunct Conference, 
" " sity has been e 

the Courts and 



empotentiary of the i 
Eiu-1 llnss e H al]cgiu5 
f proceedings read at t 



. meeting of 



( 1 t.y the publication in the Monunif l),-f. 

' |,,: '■i-i-'- ! - - ••■■- -f seeretde-pa.che- oreaitly e:v.h' ;m-\- i 

' "ustria, Kit-M.i. aad 



ae-ents of 
riussia. n genuine, they convict those Courts 

i-v'ii-hi . ---. and nun. '-..,.■. But they " 
l.'oth by Austria and Prussia. The 



Signor Lanza criticised the i'maneial 






The riambnre: pajier- ; 
of ihe Danish and Austr. 

Aioirian force coiisi-H of the screw -:-lup of the line Kaise^ <JL <± 

the Mivwiimate Sehwao'.advrLi, ."id "u;..' ; the iron-clad frigate Don' 
Juand'Anstna, lil^n,.; the scrov, -e, , r , , lt . ; Fnedrieh. .._' ; tno i.-iddl- 
^ 1 . II I I I | \\ ,1 , 

Rebuild, each earrym- 1 s/nns. The Kadet/kv, -eoocf, r-.o- ;r, 
pins, wa- at Porkiu,) nj.m the -Co id: The IVn^-i.wi-. h.iveih- 

P-Odl.-uhecl -Oalie I Co lo-i-i hi ■: .Adler, ! .■',!„:■ ;>.,.j ,1),- .,-,,■,.■ .,„,, 

boat. i;iu/ and LVdoL, ,-anyiii : j :; U "«> each. Ph.. Danish force is 
'■'■-h< v. I , ii.,. .1,,.,,..,.,, 

naj.Mie .lyland, -J! , the -"crew. corvette Heinda.1. Id ; the ,.aew-tu ' 

rh<- hn.-.H.iold, hi, and the irrei-elad c,ve-te 1 i.nn-on, ;. ],",. Th- 
I i 1 1 H o/ ihe -L r 1 i :i^. wol j u 1 dl l 

sent to the North S.a, wit.!, oi he, small craft. 






AMERICA, 
l New York to ihe jath till. 
1\ tci-huro;, refeiTed to in our la-t Xnniher 

- to far from 1 
Y telegram la; 
What, doubtless, . 



The i'ei.Oio- 1 



from it with terrible li 



fifrhtiiiK w;ls report 

three limes ma.de a 



federals, under Geneiul Smith, c 

-l.mv, winch were theu " 

oil ihe b'.ili of June. O 
before Piter.- bunr. and on that day severe 



fences ot Pet en-burg, winch were then thought to 
This occurred on the 15th of June. On the 17th, General 



The Confederate works were arrai 
Petersburg, the flanks rc-tine; on the A 
army advanced against them on tli 
' Army Corps on the right, 



The Federal 
divisions, the 
e centre, the 



I j..}, on 

his men, and General Bimey commanded the Federal r-dr 

The a-anlt was djivcted towards the line of the Cit r 1'ohit Itall 

-'? led forward i- the certainty of d.-fc tl. ordearh. 

fence they had to ero.-s a wide tield exptj-od to a 



Alter j/otliuj: e 



a-= ihey weiv 



■ Confederate breastworks. 

net with deadly volleys .. . 
: 8outhe.ni defences. Hundreds fell, many were 



Is fell, many 

■tamed, the. Second Coips formed another BtorminK 
pany. Ihey tried an. ..lei pomt ..f tlu/ wocl;s, but it was worse 

in. in ihe other. J n!a...en .ool'.-iv i,a:. m ■<.■■■, ... ■ ,- : ,,, 

lire, and Hie head.- of the columns were "'l... t in cloud- of sinoke." It. 

was a lo.jom ho,,.,, d'ho,, in from „■,, mown «(...«» ■ n'.-v.l 

"'■ >■ "i '■'■•!■■' i'!'-' ■■ I tkd \\ I, ih- (hi- ,a- the fate of the 

.Second Cor] .s, the loflh Co;-], , on the bed. ■;,-:,' lot, lo.i-ht wick e-jual 
ob-tint.cy, but found i h- e<, i.hwoi !:.- in r.oat of it iinpive-mCIe. The 
orouiid or, r which :ln. -c tOH.p- ad on,,.-. I had evidently U-e.i !oi...' pre- 
pared, for it '- - ■-' *'- ; '-'- •■ : -' ■' '■-■■■•-- '■■ ■' " 

The Ninth Co 



fire, f 

from all i heir positio: 

durine ih, lie hi to their o« 
After the-e un-uece--iul ;, 

l ^ f ° r Tng e on a i 



i Coi.iiect.itir: L'eterJ.iu-e- with I 



iterly mnieJ by ;l here ■ nil ,.cl,ol 

baud to hand, and drove th.an 
ru to-.p- were ne'.un withd-.n.i 
lahle defence,?. 

< forec Ihe Confclerate po-ham, 

: done little or nothiu"-. With 

■ App.iuatoo. |;:-v, r. and in- |,.ft on ih ■ 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



,),<• CWif. -Icmr.-' in:n.-iir)jiiLOiit--. On the UHli ami 2"fli tln-re w.i« 
m.iiic 'li;/lit sl-::nni-lim;.'. in whirli lite nil '-cl- aa.J their -ii[>v>..r!- wuie 
ahmc oia/acci! : iintl it was not until the niji'lit of the '2l-i that Grant 
i.--i,irK-clV<ivo operation*. hit'tsHie:". appaiem ly. to seek ;i w.-alcor 

,,f,;i,1 in the Coi,f,-t!r|-ate lita- than 1 ha t rl-.HIl-! which til.' a--:Uilt--. 

(if I lie 17th ami I*!]* v.iav .tiredcd. tin.' tv.'o ccp- v/liHi forme. I 
[It ri^ht of tlic IVikral nnnv were movd on the iiicht 
of the- 21st across the front of the Fe<lcr.il left, in the 
.lirceliun of the IVirr-hrire ami N--.rf.-lt; Railway. 'LI..- .ei.-n alii.- 
motive was tocoyi-r itsis lincf railway :i.n.t i't,.re c^n<i il..-i<-ly in vet 
theritv of [Vter.-l.iir:-. bill (fie iihimafe object was to enable the 

loitera! iiiniv In ailacl; t!,-' ( ',.iii..il.i'aic ]-'-ii"ii n! ;1 | it. almost 

-lue smith of tin' town of rHi-r-bm-e. J'or thi< irian.envre, lmw- 
.v.r, the ("'onful.'iat,- were fully pivpaiv.l. A Mn.njj for.-..- un-k-r 
11:11 Hi;,!.-., j.l-.l ill.- a.iva.iicii-i.L' cluinc- of the Kcleral ivrh! win- 
;,,,<! n].nlM..I 1 1 .mi w'i'.h lo-avv I.-- )»*h of men ami arrill.-ry. The 
l,.llnsvin- din, iii-i-inted 1-v lies su.'.v.^. General Hill a-ain 
-nd, having managed to separate the 
Army Corps, attacked 



; cnsn 
Second from the Si 
the rear nnd drove 



iip_'.T-.--. m.-i.t v.a- exacted. Heaw firing in the 
.-Mlir.n of il„; rival mini- - wa- la .ir.1 at City Point on th; 
he re-nlK of the hade ai. im! kraiwa, nr m.it |ntl.li-li.:-.l. 
I'l-f-iiknt Line.. In vMu-.l Grant at City Point on tin- '21^; 



day a jjvin.Tal 



General Hunter i 
Lynchburg, but there 

General Sheridan V 



i very definite news respecting 1 

>n defeated during his raid with h 



Kailroa.l. -oulh oi GorVionsville, and t< 

'I Li- ait.tmh- <>l G,t|. ral Slu-mcm wa- not materially changed. 

iN- w Orleans at] vie..- s :iV [tiat rl,,.- .Stale of Arkaii-a- i- (ivernin with 
t -i-.i-rrFK.-i-. Th.' I-, <l,-i.ik h.-w.-v,]-, stdl hold Little Hock and Pine 
Iihill>. General Bank-, wa> at New Orleans. 

Tla'Tcli-nil pap. r- state that General Scott lm* jiwt attained his 
■-■ Mnty-eiyluh v.ai. and lias also jit-i Ceiiiplce. d t he memoirs of his 

The hill repcaline l he Fimaiive Slave Law was pa^eil in the Federal 
Si uale by n vole of 'J I aramM. 7. Tin- la 11, linviiij.- p.ccl holh I hah-../--, 
l.i'w Miiiplv awaits the President's si^nnnire. 

In ill.- fion-i- >■! ];.-i:v. ■.,-!:::. :iy,-, fjly Lvill IT;! -,y ;1 _ j.a-,. .i. Tie bill 

;.i.(bori-e--^-mian Cha-. to Lmyow M n f-l-. from time to 

lime ii). on six |<-r c- nt Uaah n.-deemahlc in five to forty years. The 
mi<rest j-ayal.le in eoin semi-nnnnally. 

A n'sohitii.n had l.i-'U oft,.ied in the Federal Senate 
President to inform Congress 
Canada for the Federal army w 

'Hi.' C.-u-titutional Convention of Maryland has abolished 
TheJft 



:i.:->nty. Tlie^ 



: reqne-tmg 
: in Ireland 

d slavery 
»-k Tribune ot June 25 
announces enc iact m cue ioiiowmg terms : — 

1 "-.U- -ainrsoiU : 

at Annnpolie. pa- ; .. ■■-_,-.-l:\ rr.- ;.-::.. ■.-up .-..ui.V'.-f i^'y.nij'j ,/ ii.-i,, : 
' ■' :.. i a ■ i - .... .... ..,„■ . ,...,. ..,.,, |,.. ., ,, . 

!i' ' ■■ ■ ... ■ ■ .-..■ -.-.:!■ I . :..■■. r. ■, ,: ■■ , . . ,,;., i 

""■ A ''"-v.- i-iv ■-... MV-. will. n. a- y;.-. a ,-■ . .:■...- eh it ..1. .ii.-n--.-, .n„l I,. 
'I .-.■!. v ..■;..- II::,: I!;,- ,-iii-,- i f . n ■: t-:. : - v L ■[.■.! -, 1,.|.,. :- Jr , (i h'- I ,i. ,„:t ■„ 



ii in, '>l'n 



METROPOLITAN NEWS. 

a, iivi-TMi/.i'. ne ..I the Ilnynl IriM it ut.e of British 
Tin- annual lisli dinner of the Fox Club takes place to-day 



lie Society was held in the 



ri.-i ■■ nut ..r.-linl, w..r.- m:i|;mn.-. ; 

A new portion of the 

'i'lm-'-'-.'l.-iiM .■-■in r l,;. .,-. .!..,-.; raao- Ir.-a, tl City to Kcilslnf 

The Grand National Archery Meeting of 18o'4 



and City Railway, 






Park, and the comp< 
ove - 

annual gatberin ; 



of the Clcrkenwell 



Lamb nail Flay na^.tl-sc-li.-..^ at tlio ta-.:;-r at„l ,•,-.. wU of Mr. A-Uant 

.' nil.-.- t:.-.|(-!'i. Hi(.-I.L-.u.-. ;..■!; i>n..-« -,-■--;■ r 1,. ,- -.v.-,-!r. A; ..„■■ ,.', I... ;, ([,.■ 



t stood at 21 93 on the evening of t 
CANADA. 

political i 



Ministry re-igned in consequence of its being 

■ Mi.iV-iv\ in (he As-eDd.lv. and now a Ministry, 

'*•'■'- '■- - ,.„ pja-edin amm..nly 






: '. iim.ll from the oilier .'-ideof' 
■i iil'iy-i-ifjht again.-t sixty, on a 
,..me of the most prominent of thi 

(financial transaction m winch tj.ey wei'e concerned 

LiormcrMinistiT. A d:- -. .[: ;...■:, :■,-..- u -;i„---u-.'! ■.- ,}■■■■ j,, ; .. ,.-. 

e of the last mail. 

NEW ZEALAND. 

er disaster has befaUen our arms in New Zealand. On April 

'-' -■'■■■ ■■■ Cat a' !-..i: at: ;a !;.,d rhe rel-;-. v.:... 1,.M ;, y.--- 
^"■'""i-l ■'" near T.inranga. The a-aul; was h:i.-,vt.- ; -! nl. Gn'r 

1 ; '-V, M ". 1II,i '" "■'''■'" 0l,i '- '-''"' k! "' J ' 1 ' '"' V( - :; '■■'■'^' ] '^- twentv-.m.j 
men killed, seventy- seven wounded. The off,. -..-v- ;-. ;;.,: ;; a ■-,',>■ -. 
Hamilton, H1G . r t ] 

' ( , , ' l.id Regiraent; 

- aptam Kill , , 

4&d Begiment 1 ■ i L l , i , 

' n '"- "■' '■':'!' 1 I ":■"■ 1 ■ h -. H , , || ,, ; 

•;m i ;•':) :; ■■■■!■. o . i'.-.:c u.m.^. e-i-. •.-.;-- -v.-..-i.-|y; j,.,.,.. ..,,,. 

■■■ ,; - '' ! - -■ ( ' C'j.a p.- ; /;,.,.. .,..., 

'": '; f-/' 1 '"'". ■-'■■id j;.,-:. 

*G-Miv Ul '= ]m -" f ' ^-vtrely; Ensign Nichol, 43rd Regiment, 

War Office, with reference to this 
i tne Engl" " 
; who had 
r cover of "the night. 



■ although the ', 



EDUCATION. 



l '" 1 - '"• " -J ■<■<■■! to mstnictjon given to the 

v.la.-li liave a din,.-. l,--„vji, t . ( , n t | 1M ,. ,.,, cl 






) '''.', 



I instruction hm 

Cji:o,1 iv i rj.-.J .a, 

ie^i.ocal schools 



i ■-.., i,;,.,;.:,! :;„';;", .:;:;;;:" ^y-'. ^"'""s " u™w> on tuo 



" anoint tin, Tm-,x.ii,; 



tije fi»/ili bad resolved upon 

leaving 



The Itishop ,.f Fr.nil.ui made, on Thursday, the annual dist.ri- 

laiil.-u i.f ill.. ).n...- iiial Mia in. ->■■■■■■ in r.-li.'i..-.. !-ri..wl- .le-' LraiaH l.y rtie 

TIii- Mansi.in It, .use ("'..Tnmittee of the Oistrc-, in Lancashire 

i. it., , a ■.. '. ':. ,, ■■ .!.,.! ... ' ail ,'., ..■ . ,' -,,., ,, .,,,,, ,.: ■!,, , 

'ii'- '■!■ i-ri.l fli.ilii.-l.i. .tli.a. Ti-.i' o.tal suu. rteciv.Al ii|. to .Mai.tiy ,.v t aiiii ( . 

A large meeting of Crni i t 1 11 I M , 



On Thursday nltcrn.aon the l.cantinil Chanel Roval. Savnv, 

ya-.l.-tn.v.-.l l.y fuv. Tiaj di-t-ri. ,1 eaai^l r^M,,-. a,,. I tir : .-.ininiini.'-n 
|....n u. i. -,v, ,1. ;■....„ i, , . ,'..-.. ,. ;,!.., ,, ,. a ■ ,.. , ,,,.,;..:), i,,,,,,,. 

At :m early hour yesterday week the Prince of Wales made 

H- C... , II,.-'. i ■ .,'.., :. . I, ., . h ■ , ,.- . ii . ,i ,,■.( I', ., ■ I ,.-, ■, 

t I J 

Last -week the Innlis of iDftf) children— 1051 boys and 948 



III fl-yj, i. -uls, 1 iiY.:-y..ai-:, r r I 

At a meeting in the taic/e hall of St. llai ilioloniew'.s Ho.spil.il 
<riT),ur-lay v.-.-k. Mr. i, ,-.l,vi. : - C;,. ■■;,.-., u-r .-k.-v. i-.K.s., v.-,,-- presented with a 
--.!■. rl. ,- | .. r -.-ia t..y .,,!:„■(, ,,:ii-'.- £-;..'-. i..:.| n,,,, -nl,-,-, io.-,i i., -..„„,. ,,r I,,- 
• ■"II- i-i.-M. :,,,.: j-.;:.:. I i..-. ■■!,! 1.,1-s- c-,i!, i}.. a- !,i : ;i.i o-umat,i»ii of lli-1 
I r t r I | 

' l ' '- ■■■'.■ ■ ' ■■■■ . <y ■■-. ... . i , ■ 

Jr 1 I I i i it v , t i DngJond 

_ Viscount Palmcrston. as Master of the Corporation of the 



he Duke of Caml.___, 

.f Argyll, Sir George Grey, t 

he-Colonies, the Preeldont o 



i rjh aieB Wood, Earl Do 

' v»-ing of the London Hospital 



'■': (!■-•'..,, a,, ,:, . ,,i.,,v, £2000. i&etotajWorrabscripHoni 

Sed\h° '-Ai f *" * mpr ' ' lh ' '"Pit 

he museum at Sou' t i , |i , i 

1 lit 

tory evidence of the progress during the 



""-"^ H'.y !i.,vc :„,-,.|,i,-,| i.j-.hhk,.,! ,■,,,-:,..• .,,( li.-i.-m t„ ,..•,-, i|,-,- ; |, 

HiUtvilI rroniTlii- ],l-t-Vll( ,l:,lr- to til,' 1-.' i I, „,!,.., ,,...,. iv, .|„,, ; , 

"1-nk- j--|,j.-!i-.|j i,. |M-rf.-,.-LJ--j,— in -| i,.- v ,l,-.«,.- , ;' ., ., ' ,- 1. ,,. ,-', .'.',, |'.,' l\ ';;'. 
u "ti ; I Liiln- : ;i m-w la-v r„, " !;,■,.: ),. ,- Tin, in" i,,r Mr. -.,:!,., ■„' i,,,i I', 
tn-l. ilr.uiait,,- wrkci 5!i- r.,-.„l,|.. r .. \V„i! ■■;,:}, a,. o.-iials Mr. Ha, I. .■:..-,: 



lu-tiic ainl iiUo.a.l. Th,' 11. -a. 10, -i. .ii.,.,- J:..,,,-.-: ,.,■ 

I i--'!:iti\, I'l.illiril ,,f l:,.!-,i. ;,y. ],.,; ^i-v-.-ntiHl vi tin- i 






stiip Stvx. at h.-nmi.la. \..-h li: ■ 
taimaeiits they b:i-t Lav, n i..f tl 
imo-.v tia.l ho.n specially deputwl I 



.■mnloyed by the |.irti.- writing.'. 3Ii-. M:,kir.- 
li,onli-r v.a- a li..- : .'i.--l n, Law l.,....-n fiv,.-., th,- |,..„ 
■' I ' '■..- a a- ■ '.a..' .-..-■.•.>:.' ■ ■ . 

( iii.aa-tr.irc r,t H ,w 

iritnni in a a, .,,,,,, r ].., U ,.>1 ti,,- Ra"-j. n., Iviai: ar. I ' S ..:■. c ., , ,-,-,- (h f .|--, ,, .|., v 
■'■I" 1 ' -I'- laV ■:. a ,,-.., I,. d : , i r ,.. ■ ..'... I ',:,-, ■ .,.■■-, I ,.| ,, , .\. .,,. , 



naanBtonoattriB^Stp 






,„,.,,. 



f ,.,■■)(. i .., 






■ Kcarsarge arrived in Dover Roads 



i i 

,y the iiiSUlliticr-i to ilr.kan aai.!iol 
i pecuninrj' pn?< i n. c 



■t tli- metropolis provided tho 

aa.l iivaieCK- ■ hi,,..-,,,,! I,., it',,, ir.o.tu.ij/.n- ol th- -.,->„ „'!i ■ . ^ ! " ! i s ^i ,Vi )'' ii,,' 'i',-,;!*. 

On Wednesday evening the members of the North MM-Hc a'X 
of Lieutenant-Colonel 

l.ttlfhougu itwftslu i J lie L ™nressed tuath^cc 

han' ott ey h "i d maii< " ^ 1 °" C ^ ) ^ "'*"'' 

The annual 

1 ( T , 



i at the Royal 



i.'1'.-.-l ■■■■< V- a ■ .:.,■-.;..,! t- ,!:..-.:■ 1„ ,.t, ,,t holl^-J tin.l Otll.-r-- V I 

linn' .ni.|H.ri.,] tla-in v.ili, liii.-r.il l loi.,.;i!i.. ; ,,. Tin- iii-.f it nl i,.ii )i.,.| i 
tL^r^hiu] 1 ! 10 f °' l' > t lr 

The second great fete held this seasi 

n-.i-llMillnRd Society c,t-,t,i,si,-„.k el,,.-.-,,,, Wola.~.l. 
ol l""''«wna,r a sii|,i--,l, . levari ( .Uo,, . it rul t!a ,.,,i,,|>.,r 
inglyiiuiiioroufi I) n i , 

usually seen in perfee 

Princo and Princess 



The American war 

on W'dliii-. -day evening. 

On Monday eleven boats strirred iVom the Mersey for the 

ocean race to Kinpstovn. for v.-ha.-h ..va, |,n::,- -.>.-■ r..- .aT.i-:,| ,- t ,£f,0 .ai,i .■■.- 
llieiirst l»at, an.l £.'■, :.,;■ s mo a. :■.;. i ■■■■,: ..i :! ,h>h o-.u in.-, e > r j Tit.^lav ; '..■ 
:,|; '-.-.- ■■"■. ■ ' ■' Kn . !-, -,-. ,i .11 ,i„ ■ C ■,.:,- „|, [I..-.o..u. I ; „■ 

'■ - '■' ■■■■■' ''a I a. I | . ■- ■'. ■ ■ 

Messrs. Sampson Low, Son, and Co., of Lndgate-hill, have mi 

*■'"*■■■ ■:> "'in.' iMi 1 .n--|..|-, ..; a -I..-! •:. ;,:sra.-- ice la, r f "lUia ..v ..) I,,,n.|..ii. Ir 

I f IT 

- r "— nyaide, and hi I t Oooper, Bancroft", 

The cricket-match between Rugby School and the Marylebone 

Club CIKicd in tlf vinor. .a the i i la.-i . ICn. '■ . taain:: ■. 1. 14- 1 1 ; , ail.! ■■<! 
ai.-iin,a la-» in,. I l-!7.- --An extc.nliH;.,-. i :.n--. ' i ,. ■ m ,c- 1 , — Sm-.vv ■.-. 

•-..tin . i--. -,-!■! - : ... j..;, \v..:.i. ■i.iv(tUetbiraday),ati 

t -■ i tory for Surrey 

' .-ail-lak., , , i, ,M..f.l-.,. or. ■■ ;.■■ ■] \\',.,li . a ■• . ,-,.|,|.,, i u ta.v,, lr .■! 

( :.a-s, ,.;.■, .s :,-.■■. v.h,,, -r-vr.-J in a.K.i j.;. ,a.,(- i ; ■! a-i ■',: l.y Torkabire. 

Tn T o powerful iron-clnel wav-ve^ols. hnvc in.-i been launehe.I 
nt St. Petersburg for ibe R..i--i:-ia '"' 

lot,,: t,y .'.:'.ii., ami I,:,- a. il.a,tb ■■: 'J 

twenty 200-ponnder steel rifldi su 

(.-aiia.),-.,i'li ■-'(, Pua-i-:V.in'trKvli'.-'-.,r-.'xii.vl',,-!i.u. 

Messrs. A. W. Moore, Hor i ( i 1 \\ In mj ,- 

RTite from VilleVal Louise to the i'ov, c tlait tha l'i.- a.,. Kcrins (I3,4G2 ft. in 
n in France, hin 'been' n - -,-i,.|,.i i .... 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



July b 



, L.i.ly Mi;.> Pr-vy- 



■ ■ ..., ._,■ 






i;-q..of tlu'Ci-.mKf. 



'.V.i ''V r"./'h' ■ >'-■■'■ 



f tlK- l:if..' Arthur Tr->; (:-■■, h-\.. 

lii-T..:' t! ■■ 'l.ri-!. "Mini, ni-i-t.-l 1 






OBITUARY OF EMINENT PERSONS. 

SIR C. W. B. CODRINCTOH. 

m.li.r Williiiiu Bi-tln-11 CoilriiiKH.iu. M.P. for East Glou 
munty, ami C.q.r ■. i u m| tin:' D.-.lm.„'t. 




CALENDAR FOB THE WEEK ENDING JULY 10. 

SCMiAV, July 10.— P*'v. nth Pim.lny iifr-T Trinity. Defttli__0 



THE RIFLE CONTEST AT WIMBLEDON. 



A DOUBLE NUMBER 



ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 

mil be issued ou Saturday next, the 16th of Jclt, consisting of 
Two Whole Sheets of Fine-Art and News Illustrations, and a 
FOUR-TAGE ENGRAVING, PRINTED IN COLOURS, 
illustrating the National Rifle Association's Prize Meeting at 
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: Society of Painters 



A. Muuro, in the Exhibition of th 
the Exliibition of the Institute c 



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Boy Asleep" (Sciilpuue). by 

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Trying Hiuiters at the Horse Show. 
King's Lynn Regatta : 
Great Archery Meeting 



The New Monkey Hon 

Park. 
Opening of the Cape ' 

Indian Rock Sculpture 



Race of the Corn Porters. 

Alexandra Park. 

j Zoological Society's Gardens, Regent'; 



1 in New Bi 



Graham's Town, Cape 



i Malta. 

»m the Cape of Good Hope 

KEast 



Milton's House, in Barbican. 
Testiuu .iiial to Mr. R. W. Murray, 

Agricultural Society. 
Monument in Sr. Paul'., Catlie.lnd of the Officers of 

Middles-ex) Regiment kill-s.l in the Crimea. 
Monument in St. Gilo'iCluiTL-li. JMiuhnrgii. o> theOLtieets a ad Soldiers 

of the 93rd Highlanders killed in India. 

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Wednesday Evening i 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. 



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that it would only protect tho^c whose characters render them 
by no means objects of interest, for wo have no great sympathy 
with the man who can play the hypocrite so wcU as to make it 
impossible to say which way he votes. Then, again, comes a 
high-minded clergyman, Mr. Maurice, who does not ask for a 
penal law or a dark chamber, bui who appeals to men and women 
of honour to show themselves ladies and gentlemen and not 
stoop to aid in dishonesty and demoralisation. There is mo.it 
sense in Mr. Maurice's appeal ; but we fear that he will cry out 
in the streets, and be but little regarded on the day when 

declare that " the enemy is gaining on us." 

It is, of course, exceedingly diseredhable, and yet not alto- 
gether unnatural, that a certain class of minds should have 
looked for a defence of the evil which it seems hopeless to 
try to avert. Thcv ask themselves. Llmii'-di nn(, aloud — for vice 
pays virtue the homage of saying nothing of this kind in 
public— whether the evils of bribery are not in some degree 
counterbalanced by the kind of representatives which it pro- 
duces. It is perfectly true that the sordid wretch who will sell 
himself for sovereigns and beer is worthy of all contempt and 
some punishment ; but he is certainly paid and drenched in 
the interest of some member of the class in whose bauds we 
desire to see the representation. There are enormous con- 
stituencies—Bay several of those of the metropolis— where 
bribery to any extent is impossible. But what is the conse- 
quence? The educated class is virtually disfranchised in 
London, and nearly all the representatives are mediocrities. 
Suppose all England represented by such persons. The 
machinery of bribery is very odious, but it seats better men 
than the unbribed constituencies choose. Such is the sophistry 
by which idle persons, of loose morality, seek to persuade 
themselves (ha! f lie sovereigns and beer system is not without 
its advantages. 

Such arguments, of course, cannot be tolerated. But when 
we have swept thcra away, and again look the facts in the face. 
' it is very difficult to say what is to be done. There may be an 
early dissolution ; there must be one in the course of the next 
few months. Just as certainly as our agriculturists are looking 
forward to harvest, is a trained and skilful army of agents, 
lawyers, and others, looking out for a splendid outpouring of 
money, to be used somehow, of course not illegally, and by 
means of which many fierce contests will be waged and a new 
House of Commons will be chosen. Certain seats have their 
ascertained price, like Mr. dye's opera-stalls when bought at the 
theatre ; others have a fluctuating price, like the same stalls 
when they have passed into the hands of speculators ; 
and we may complete the illustration by saying that. 
the unlucky purchaser, in a third case, often find* 
himself without any seat at all, like the buyer of 
a stall sold by the unauthorised venders around the opera 
house. But the representation of the country is a business 
to be worked out by the agency of money, and everybody 
knows it. " What arc his virtues and talents 1 " ought to be 
the question of a constituency, when they hear that a new man 



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whose religion is as far removed as 
possible from that of persons who " keep it for Sunday," and 
whose zealous enforcement of practical Christianity mint com- 
mand the respect of those who have doctrinal differences with 
him, has improved the coming occasion by issuing an urgent 
appeal to the influential classes against every kind of election 
bribery, social as well as pecuniary. We need hardly say that 
he writes like a man of the world, who knows perfectly well 
how such bribery is managed ; and not like a sensation novelist, 
who seldom understands how any matter of business is con- 
ducted in the world he affects to delineate. We commend Mr. 
Maurice's paper to the attention of our readers. It is in 
Marmilhui; but the Purity of Election Society, or whatever it 
calls itself, would do well to obtain leave to reprint it for cir- 
culation. H any such appeal can do good, amid the excitement 
of a contest, Mr. Maurices will, because it is addressed to men 
and women, and not to Sir Charles Grandison and Clarissa, or 
other impossible perfections. 

Strange, too, that after so many years of constitutional 
liberty the most intellectual nation in the world should be 
without any sure means of obtaining the expression of iti own 
will. Strange I hat. not only should this be the ea.se, but that 
we should be looking gratefuUy to any volunteer who will sug- 
gest a plan by which we may defeat the devices of thoso who 
force upon us what is certainly anything but such expression. 
Yet at this moment persons who design to be public bene- 
factors are engaged in devising schemes for preventing sove- 
reigns and beer from taking the place of political opinion,', 
Lord Brougham, reformer to the last, has begged the Houso of 
Lords to pass a measure making imprisonment the penalty of 
bribery; and it was not impossible that the Peers might have 
passed such a bill, though it would have had no chance 
in the Commons. But he has wi 
tive wish that members might 
on their honour, that they had 
refiLse to make such a declaralin 
a rejetition of the annual prescntali 
voting machine, which its admirei 

faithful expression of the nation's opinion, A large majority 
of persons believe that it wotdd do nothinj 






bribed? Who would 



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1 he affectation to prelcMi'l 
' Will he spend 



that the question is aught < 

We shall assuredly not have time to alter this state of things 
by the next election, even if it be postponed until the spring. 
We confess to some doubt whether we shall ever be able to 
alter it altogether. And it is a dangerous matter to try ex- 
periments on. Everyone knows that in France the suffrage is 
universal, and its possible defects are balanced by the zeal or! 
mayors and the suasion of the gendarme. Everybody is free 
to vote in secret as he pleases, but he had better please to vote 
with the piece of paper supplied in the interest of the State. 
And if by any accident— we speak only of the provinces, for 
Paris is allowed its own wicked way— a mistake should arise, 
and a wrong man be elected, the prefects are far too paternal 
to allow their children, the people, to wound the heart of the 
ruler of the empire, and the urns are rectified. It is very 
Arcadian ; but, on the whole, we would almost sooner have our 
own system, with all its coarseness and dishonesty. An 
honest and courageous man votes as he pleases in England, 
and his vote is recorded for ail the world to sec ; and, 
though it may be neutralised by the beer-bought vote of 
his neighbour, there is no juggle, and the rascal's act is 
not mixed up with the act of the patriot. There is much 
deplorable humiliation at an English election ; but anyone who 
has ready taken part in one knows that it abounds in evideucca 
of good sturdy English feeling and independence. Any con- 
solation for its evils should be found in this fact, and not in the 
idea that one evil balances another. But we arc compelled, 
after all, to allow that there arc thousands of peoplo preparing 
of very wrong things, and we wish that they 
the appeal of Mr. Maurice, who is chivalrously 
Noblesse oblige. 





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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



31 



the r or jit. 



i continue. 3 .'it Windsor Castle, iu the enjoyment of good 



V.. -Unlay wc.k ln.T Tdujesty, 
drove out. ' Princess Helena and 
lY.n.o and I'm re— . Louis of 1L .... 

:md Papain v< n W, -lenvolkr, kfi th- <.■■- i Marlboro., e-h Ifou-.-. 

(">n H,ou,ea\ last th. 1 'iinv,', ne.T.uij-ank.i by Prm- e-s Peatnce ami 

nttr-nth.l l.v iV abo. }.j - of Llv. Ma|..r-< hae.-ral Seymour, and 

Colon 1 the "Ih.,,. A. Ikudinye. n ,nl f. l".o.n!..n and voited Up. Prince 
i-iTi.l Prince-s d \V;i!.s a! IMaChoieaeh Ibai.-e and remained to 
luncheon. Her M.u-M dr. -v.- fi-m Mailboron-h Ibni.-t- to Carlton 






l.v in-pectin-; the 
1 hy them nt their 

eivedby her Majesty. 




■ novate I. 



•'o'..| Well 11 .'Ion «',,1!.-..'... 
lie--..-, aib-n.kd by M-l'.lo. 



y of entertainim; the Pi 

i returned to Windsor at 
Ear] of Chm-ndou hit! veil n.t the castle and had 
with her Majesty. 

On Sunday the Queen, Princess n*.-lcnn. 1 
Prince- Pcatnec aiu-n.kd Divine service 
castle. The Lev V,. \V. I'en-on. I toad M.i-fT of Wellii 
officiated. Prince and Princess Lotus of 
HoGranoy and Capt. von Westerwelkr, 
Buckingham Palace. 

Vu Ih .1lO.iv The (je. -:■;;. a. -■■■ -i; ....... -.1 h\ Priurc---, l/.m; ,.i Tie-..:. 

ilroveout. Prim'— Helena. Pnnrv- Loin.o. and I'nnce Louis of 
:H (■-=.«■'. rode out. In the evi.nku- Prince' rind Pnuoess Laii.s or He-.so 
•and Princes^ Hr-lena kit die ca.-tk for Buckingham Palace. The 

Marrbiot-e-- Pewae-. i of 'Wko-, ]",,nl had il,o honour of Ir.'ioy received 
J.y the Queen. Tin DLorl .-1 Clarendon left the castle. 

'(hi 'kur-.-dav tl..' t'neon. aec.>mo.o a.-d to, Princess Beatrice and 
intended bv "the Mavrloooe^ of Llv. .Major-General Seymour, and 
<'olor,el the Hon. A. ilanlo.-e, went to London and visited the 

Homos. bora] thiol, u- :■: Iv-usine/loo. Her "Maie-f\ wa.- rocovuil by 
Earl GivsYLiior. So W.l'oke. Ac. Th- Queen returned 01 U'l, l.-or 
;u ■ ; kek Prince-- 1-h-kna. attended hvka.lv C.uohnc lb..'!-;,.-..:, 

Silld Cokllcl kSM.,L.|ir,kkov.i.i;...|', tii"C:o;leflo,„P,nek-Ui-'. nil 

Pah.ce. I'nnce Leopold drove out. The Duck: -- 01 Cai!tbride:e and 
Prince- Man- visited tl- Cy,e,-,, and remained to luncheon. 

O:, s\ li 1 -v I ( 1 IT r 1 lk 1 

a I 11 i I 1 I 

.and Prince:-- Victoria ot Jic--> .-, divao on!. Prince and Pi-i.no- -- Lom- 
iaf He-o arrive.! a: die castle from Bnckniidiam Palate. Tk- Karl 
find Countes- of Jlardwkke also amved at the castle and had the 
I... i ,-u.r of dmine; vs-th the Queen. 

The f. .1!.. nine oidcr- vo.re i-suel by \ k: T, -:- ■ Chavabe.iaoi for tlr- 
Court poin^ into Lio:,n.iv.;i on Tne.-iav. iho -"'th inst., for his late 
Majestv the K u- of Wirten.bei^. vi/ •- The ladies to wear black 
die-es; white iriove-. bSa, k or wlii:..- di,..>, fathers, and fan-, peaids. 
cliamoiids. or j.ki.n dAI o,- silvoi oman...:-^. The gen'.hanen to 
ivear Mark C.n.n do.-^. v." ; 'h blaek ;-.v.--d- and bnekles. The Court to 
tbane:.- the na nn.iiiu' "!i Tee-lay. tlie I'.'th in-;., v\s. :~ The ladiea to 
4 T .v,i.r black urt-iv.-. voili rolonrod ribbons, li-wor-. feati:er-, and e.rua- 
inents; c.r prey 01 udnte dres-c-, iviih black ribbons llovers, feathers, 
si' o oniau;e:' , s. Tbe ■.'(■nilemei) to eonuooe the -ame mourning. Aud 

OT> dia-oav, the V'iab O'-O. ,he L'oUTt to CO Out of mourning. 

Mi Frirn ha- h u\ the honour of -;vk::e- ikvin ila- U- o il fanklv at 
Knid-or Ca-t!e f,. v | n - jaoture of ihe mai.-io-eof the Prince ot Wk-, 

Tke team:..-- r..f (.aiedeai I. a- -HeCeed.-d the ik>rchioaess 01 Ely as 
Ladv in TAkanane- II' i ' 1 & yniour, CB., 

Ten.' -ee.-eeikd Lord ,),_■ Tal.lev and Colonel tke Ilon.'A. Lidded as 
Lord nnl Go.oni in "W-nto.^. May., -Ce:>:r a] Seynionr :i-id Colonel 
the Hon. A. Haoki.ee have -.ii.vee'kd Lord Charles Fu-.roy and Lieu- 
teija:.t-Coloi ! eiLL I .lk-„.la.L)elio-:.-L!aernv-ai Wailing to the Queen. 
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES. 

e at Marlborough House. 



The Prince and Princess of Wales c 
Testerda 

(I . Pa.ke '-■ 



Princess partook of 1 






.. . . the Lond 11 } ' the 

■ and Prince-? went to the WeainL't-D College and were present 

■" ' ' :■ - sjtcech day '' at the college. The Pruice 

lonckeon with tbe Head Master, and after- 

by the Prince of Leiningen, rode out In th 1 the Pri 1 1 

Prince--, arcer.ioaiiieil by the Prinoe :md Princess ot Leiniiiye'n, 
honoi.ned the Puehe.-^ ol WellLn^vii v.nh tkea- oro.-wnce at a ba.ll at 
Ansley House. 

On Saturday !a-t the Pnn<v and p.; ; ,r.-,. went to the bazaar in rod 
of the Earhw^od Id-ot A~vlam. at ihe I Jaiiover-sqnare Rooma. The 
Prince, accompani.d by the Pro,..;.: ot Leaninean, aftenvards rod.- out. 
Tlie Prince^- . a-;, .anoareed by :.!..■ kr.r ; e./- : of l.vumigon. took a drive. 
To iho evcrnnp ihe- Princ- iliriod u;;h 1 <;•■ '".-rpor.-ition of the d'rootv 
fli-iLH' at the Trinity Hoa-e. I'he Prince-s, aee:omv..anie.d by the 

Pr: Ce-- of Leinoleeu ai d nt'el ded bv the M.i ici ;on. ■-: of Caiaei.ar 

:il. Looi I-k.'i;-, honored Her Ma)e-;y's Theatre with her 
Ou knnuay the I'rov and Prince-- and the Prince and 

T.o,..?T;5.'cn arr.-ia.led iJcvine -ervice at the Chapel Royal, ! 

r ! ho Lerd Ih-hoj.. ..t Lc-uvion, the Lev. the ^ab-JJeau, and tne uev. rt, 

Harvey officiated. 

On Monday the Prince and Princess -were present at a review of 

t'-ooj.- ii; Jjy.k Park. Th.ir Royal U !eh ue-.-e-i afterwards wel.lt to 

/he Loinh.f. H'-j.iod, v.d ere the Prince- hod the feamdation-st.. >ne 01 

the new wing of the hospital. Then- Royal Highnesses- inspected the 

l->-VeVal wank: of the bo-}k;.l, and af tea-va.id- pal'ioe.k of luncheon with 

the [.jv-kkot ried o:.\-..ao ir; of the ho-]>ilai. Later in the day tbe 
Prince, ai-companied by the Prince of Leiningen. rode out. In the 

<■ ■■■ . ;,- 'h. I'T.: ■-.- a:.. 1 I'-.:-,' -s ea.a ; , ,i ■:■.,,;■ at Marlborough House. 
Prh-.ei: and 1'nno -.- Loni- of Ib.---e. l'limt,^ Hek-un, the Prim.:..- roid 
Princes- of L.-hiinea n, Oa: kuke -o.il rnh.be-- e.f k'ainbi i-igc, Pnnce-.-. 
Mary, th... poke de k.-n.oia.-.. and 1'rin, -..:--- MarLnir. n l>; d'C'rlean J. the 
(.»■■ '■>. a..,! j. i; , i,-... ,i, i , .:.-...., ii... O.,;.: ,i f'a.C .- Imia-.le I': ro.hkwre. 
\:yj:c:- Ldward of r-:.,xe- We, 11, ar and the Counte-.s Ik.rubury, ant a 
(.b-nn-uoh-.d circle v. ere present. 

On Tuesday the krin-e and Prio^----, aer.oniv>ani--d hy Prin-o 1 
.Prnaa.:- koLii:- of lk---. and the I'r.inee and Princess ot Leitouy 



<hi Wednesday ibe I'nnce and Pkrn-. --. artairni'anie.l bv Princeaad 
Prince js Louis of Hc--0 and Ibe Prince and Princes-, of L-o.Oliyeli, 
Vl.OOd lh.- flovoj show -,L th.- Iba-ii.-ihiioal ("iardelo, South KelL-.iu^'- 



Nanlio r ,e-,ii 1 .er. The Prince a 
<la- fro, re and Primes-, and le 

"Wight. 

Captain Grey haa succeeded 



attended by Major ' 



Eeppel as Equerry 



Sahoon Hall to visit '. 

lkebia-s ivii-- the o-uest of t 
and left on T 1 ' 



Lady Ouu-lotie- Fletcher. His Royal 



Trince wont ashore, and proceeded 



Friday to jo 
Douglas Hotel In th 



Episcopal Church. 

On Tuesday tbe Price.-' rvc..av-od. G./ne-ral Pan-eroyu-'. M'ajor-("i 
attheDoayi.i- Ifo: ■! 



Walker, C.Ik, and Mr. Luryoyne at dinner 
Their Royal niglmc?ee.=f the Duke 



Nemours. Princess 



'J bo Aivhhkhoj. ..(' <"''uiiM-rkur\ and Mis- Lough- v bnvc lofr 
L.-m l.etli ].',.;-,. ■■ ;"..r V.i.i mc-t.-i- fa.rk f.-r the season. 

The Anbki-kop of York and Mr-. Tb.aii,.oin left Cel-rave- 
s.|iiare r.n Tia -.ln> fnr Ui-lmptuoriie, York. 

The Ear! and Connie.-.- .-[ Albcninrlo have lei'; London fot 
Qi.M..i.han Hall, Norfolk. 

The Karl .mil hniiiitrss of Ta.nkerville have left town foi 
The Earl and Countess of Cork left town yesterday foi 



1 ' r knl ami Cunt <>s ,.,; Zoihoui h I't town on Wcdiic-la v 
for YMl.,hire, for the season. 

The A'cry lb-v, the Dean of Westminster .and Lady A. e e; 1 1.-: 1 a 
M.ml.-v .u-i-eoo :u (li.ai I <■ |,|, ,„;,., tlu- (."lea -lei-. \V. --l in i aster Abliey. on 

Lord and Lady l.r.ndesbon.o.yh left t-ovn on M..ndav Lor their 
seat, G-rimstou Park, Yorkshire. 

FASHIONABLE AND POLITICAL ENTEBTAJSTMESTS. 

Ho R..val lliel.nr-... the Duke ,,t r,imi.r i.li_v li id a diua-r pi'-iT .m Tuo- la ,- 
CM-nbif; ;ii Olen.-.-oa- Ifoao-. 'lh- I'rm.-..- 1111. 1 I'rinees^ of W....l L s an. I n .h- 






;; .--.-.-■nhi;-; is 




.Irfos-.f.e-.n.eni of tl;e nieiher of ;!■■' nrale, II. e Hon. .Mr-. Henry ritzraj, at 
Tl... mai-Haio- i'.f < .-.;.-.i...-l Cn;iL}.n,.|[, S.F.r;., of HI , Oi-vo-:>.|, to tlie Hon. 
A i.-ii-oi ( :-n . i'-iy ' -■■:.!.:. ■!■ .l.b-t :..n, .■!!-. : S ,- :■ .■-.,; 1... .;0 C'-iruUton. 

.1 1 l. !. ei'. il,. 0.-.1 R. ;■.:-. a-t.,-1 of l.}y.- Karl ot 
('i-i-r. i.taaiu aii.l Mr. I:..y!e. of M- loi'.- Ta-ie-i- 1 .- ; !»-::w-n f.,adv l'.ih-n 
M I'lOii'.-l 1 11 a-. 

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inrrls. 1 niol MUs Bunialjy 



CHURCH AND UNIVERSITIES. 

of the Bishop of Pctcr- 

Tlio Tbsliop „f Londun's annual o.arden party at. T-itlhnm 
. - .. ,_ ^.^ to take nU---- te- lay 

Jucle's new church. 




The followine preformon',.-; aial af.}..-.in-no;n.i ; bavc cec.oii!v 
11 11 

O.l;. Ilelri;.-.. 0.|„ Jlxi-ie-e st.Ma (■:■.-! rn.l Ml Vae."-'-, |-;,-.a„i.-v. J.ti li\--\ , 
Rev. J. I . Me-enta-r to l,e- Wurjeii of l : ..rle, Hospital, Wilts. 

meeting was I,, hi in M'arvleb.,oo \-w. Satnrd.a.y in support 
-,g in the course of 




V. F. ReMiol.l-. :M".A. p on l.-..s-.,ia ,!:.> i-mao ■,i iTsL.-hin- hiocl-.-.n..' 
,.n-..i oak ink.-ra.i.l. ir.,i,, i.!e- .'...ir .O..i >.r:j.- 0--o.|.- u l,.. iwCie.i in tie- 
lioral ivi-sj.-.- of rsi. Aii.!r--\vV Mi-o.-n Set;,,,,! omuvIi. TI10 U.v. i\ 
.llliiiLOeti. M.A.-a SjihlaliO i:i.]i.-|a..-e,\ l-, v tl.e O.n. s of th- Ii.-von ('oaiii-, 
.heel. ;.- .1 -aa.!l lol-.-.-n ,.; t!„- 1, ,-,-.-■ ,,a-l ;-■ -a ■.-■,■;: -.»■ I, e ■!, tie-;, t-ir [inn. fia' 

11 llli' \l \ I I ) t 

umeas, l,j the eour,,-.,,,..! ...u ol -1. Mark - (.■Lurch. SlielTlel.l. 

The LkNTVF.usiTiras and Public Schools.— The appeal in 

lie Cii-C of All Peal-.' ("V.Ih-ee, O.-if. .Ob svi-i- oil Satuot.iV h-a.rl by tie- 
o-ehl.i ho]. ..I Ooi.rinn. :,.! I.:iie:.'.i.l; )' .: :■■ ■ . Mr. M aale ai-e a- .1 tli-' .■„.,. 
n '!■•■ 10-i of 1. la- V. ..li.iei i l-.-.l.a,,. 'J (.. \ . -,.!, 1 .. -.,..;.. La'-.-ir. I In - ■ loa ■ a .n . 

UViwatEtoiibs 




COUNTRY NEWS, 

The ccnora] noimal mi"dii; of the Sussex Ar..-lia.-..do^i.-al 
There were serious disturbances in Lnnern-k mi Tu -sday and 
Mr. -W. Is'. Wclsby, for many years Uccordor of Chester ant 



The Hon. K.lward ('hand..- I.ei-li is app..i to .-,1 It.orl r ,,\ 
magistrate. 

Mr. Lobinson Fowler, of the Xorllicm Cirniil. has ka-o 
ML-.Oir.nKTi K'ii-.t,.: .,-..n:i.il.,a.o.i' l ih n,.., :r . e : ;. n - u'- 'a. SV.-i-llnn- a. : - ,■■ 

The sum of £oi»:0 was orantod at the CoriLwa'l Co'i;i!y 
10 pui-po^e of pre.yi.biig addit: 




;o [■< 1 1; 

The Lortl Licoieonn: of freland hohl lite third and la-sf. 

rc.a-nt.oii of ihe -ea-..u ,.|. .-aluol.o :ilo-r. at lie' Vi.v-rer-.il l-.d.-e. I'lio-.m 

: o..nral.i. -de of ihe w .-ather— hiore lik- 

'I'he M.anohostor City Coonoil bavo oslablisbod .1 *' Cabmcn'.-l 

o.-,l,,-o|- iii. -j-il. " to -f-rv,: ;u--. a £.'.«,>!-,-. ,i,.la. t l.a.J:-.- .l.os in thaAnav. 'I'he 

---' ' *hn:-f ti.i.ii.'.-;, t.. n.- f.i.i.JiM-.i i,y j.-,,.l ,-m.luet .v.!>-,-ii.M 
, mid to lie with.li-nwansaiaini.slinieiit if any ofEeacoba 






At the Liveipool I'olice Court, on Thursday ■ 

Cmui.iK-ll.a sailors i«.in-.Unp.!i-. a- io-.-,.---. u. 1 t.-eeat-strcet, was charged v, 

.... b a-i I . 1 no m .1. nil. -i .-a o - , i .' I I >.,A.eih.'a -t 

for iUeCi.Tee. in la-.-.-iui.. r U.-i !.,- th, .|-h-u.l:,a,t . an. I or- .«.-.'■.■■ I'd to mn ii- -• 
:>[ Ch. -i-i.. or-, fie ,..iv..l f..nr nioiitliH an.l >e-.-eh .lavson a 
with her to raven*..], when- the crew wire nai.l off. n 

deporetl to thesi- facts, i'he prise 

The 1st Lancashire Vohuii rs. who 1 pci ' \ i ' 



■■ ' : i-iu-e i. lh a -." ■ '■! Ii o- ' ■■■:■ ■'■ - ' '•'"■ 

1 ..:;.,;... -.;. fiv.-.i' >■■<.<■:■■ ilarna: she ss h i i -.■ i i i] in lit, the time win 
pna=«l most pl.-fi:su.;]v. a:. a ali Hi- m-n ..[■i-oov-. 1 o. n-eret the necessity 
..avelvel l.v (1-.- V , , |.i.-.-!!.i-i Lo ,t i:lo- iheiv ;, a.-a- I'.a-ylav. 


Some frogs, the fir.vt ntiponcd int. 
10 I soi.o.n m, the L-.U IVni-.n. 'fh.-y v, 
t,i,l|'..k~. not an-lvol ( a i 


New "/.oahunk have arrival 
re .shipjie-l in the coh-.titioa at 



^ars 



THE HONOURABLE AETILLEr.T COMPANY. 
The review of this ancient civic force by its Captain-General an. I 

Colonel. Ihe Prinec of Wale-, aial the pR-enl at ion o! l.e'.V colours 
by Die Prinec^ of Wale- ;■■ the i-eanieiil., c-....k place at the be.ll- 
ouartei's. in km-bmv, on \V'e..hn o.l.-o. weeh. dhei-..- were about. aOO 

101 1 ii.ui.a- an;.-, (-..i.-i-line- of o;:..- t.-o-.|. oi hoi-..- ariillerV, V.-'tb lovo 

and of Captain -fay; a troop of Uglif. 
of Lieutenant K'.-arns; a bao'ali.oi of 

lan.leJ by .Major Ib..l.in-...ii an 1 Major 

guns, under the command of Captaia 
the command of Lieuteuant-Colonel 

aome heavy showers of rain, the 
attended by General Knollys and 

ceased. Besides the people 



i-h,,o.iv. 



: whole being un.ler 



n. u ^ 

lord CTolville. 

Prince and Prinre-s arrived, 

Colonel Keppelj " 

proceeded far 

by ticket, thoiL^ands 



neiehhoiiriii-- 



alifrhted and i; 



to a spot i 






sduting-flag, ' 

ihargev. He wore tho Lin 
General of the corps. Behind the Royal party \ 

inounled otlice-r.-. who had been invited aa visitor! 
drawn up in line, vsidi the eavalrv ar,.l hoi-.- aiiaflery on the 
,-jo-ht and the laid battel,- on the left, r.v.-ived the Prince 
with a Royal sah.t.-. His Poval lliehn.e-o auen.k'.l by tlie- oikee.s 
of his Stall', then v.n.k- slevdy along the line, front and rear. 
il):-|K-etine; the nieil Juul their accoutrement-, and, that over, h- 
Olinned to ihe ■ahuine-l'uint. Theie an uoefe-i oo.l e.-ieu.ony ioob 
|.la.-c, Ihoneh a daaip -la.s-.erof ram d.a.rocl it of iin.i.k of lb olteck 
A set of ban. koine n..".-. e. .l-an--. the eau. ■■' (h.-sviO- oi Uay.r l;. .lao-.a,, 
was b-.rinal'y |a-e-enhd to the reyinieui. bv the Prince- ■> of vVak>-, 
( t I i II I I M II 1(11, 

of the fore. 'I he leu I ah. ■:: Iri.'ioe -la lahlered -\i\-a--. .Vlajoi -■ Itob.a 

and Sf. II da-imamted, and, lai-iuy the Colours , wlueb had bivo ] .iled 
os-.-r the drum, lo,-.- t)---io l.o the ea'Viai.'e oi Uie i'ttae-s, Ucr Koyd 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



laying her hand upon 



emblems of honour, and never bo 
unfurled except in defence of their 
'Jmitti and country. The colours 

lin-igr.* W-l-b nii-1 Fairlic, who 
i- ■■■< ived th.-in kneeling, as repre- 
sented in the Sketch we have 
engraved. L'-nl i 'nlville. addre-Miig 
her lioyal Highness, said they 
were intrusted to a regiment of 
brave men. who w.-nl-l den-nd th-ui 



the colour- were borne high in a 
to the front, with a slow m 
stately march, under an escor 



playing t 
ners which they supplai 



This 



(included, the hat- 

compimie- and inarched past 

ly tne artillery and 
which had heen : 






The 






P,o\al Highue--. addr-i-iug I... id 
Cclvillc. said it had afforded him 
verv sincere gratification to Pee 






THE LATE KING OF 



King or Wirt< ml» rg. wlm-c nam 
was Frederick Charles, but wh 
reigned by the title of William I 



Number. He deserve.? to l>e. re- 

K'nevolent Prince, who ruled his 
small dominions in peace, and 

studied the welfare of his people, 
during the long period of f<-rty- 
eightyears. His death hascau-.'-.l 




King Charles I., who i 



CltlCKET MATCH AT 
WINCHESTER 

We have engrave! an Illustration 
of that groat annual public school 
"event -the match l-etwccn I lie 
picked cricketing "elevens" te- 
lecleil from the o«ll.-_'c= of Eton 
and Winchester. It |u,,k place last 
weekinthegnuind-nf Wincheso r 
College. This sea-ai the friends 
and -oii.-lar- ,,[' 



the rrovost of Htnn. being like- 
commenced on tl:e Tuesday by 
' Winchester, win. first undertook 



Mr. ]■:. Lnbboek, 
ring slightly with 



f Etonians. 

.- ,.11-i -];,, 

Winch.-t-T 



hatting, iiually o i:nn : : ■ 

heavy score of 210 runs, hfty- 

.1. .1. Tuck, forty-li 
Awdrv, and thirty-t 
S. Howell. Eton 

second innings, and 



..de i-v : 

by Mr. 

-■ by -Mr. 



I" _-o <kovii, ,010. iiav.n-' 
total <.f l'S7 against jsn, 
d -e-.-re- -'f tla.- two innings 
- opponent.,, were deei.in.-d 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



I M ITU I ! L PAUL T i Mi: XT, 



HOUSE OF LORDS.— Friday, July 

r \x rt f 1! ( ir rj I i r r itinnJ.il! 



:X^^::^x^s:£'i:::;i 



■I.i ■■■■ r,, n ...niti.. tl .-i Hill v 



HOUSE OF LORDS.— Monday. 

i r.|,!y I..- T/.rd . .tnUf.-iM do R.deliilV, ^lid t.ho de ; p:UoiV ; 
in. I Ei, i.h. ■ \f.„;i,„j /"..,;• in Lviervuo: U> tin.- all-v-l Holy 
nl Annuities, k<:, "Hill, the Clerks of l.lio rVt<'o K,']ii..vnl 
M.n.li.-i, (I ,.,..,, un„, ,-,, C:j.. ,:„.| ,!,,, ru,,;,^.. Uj-.Lt <■.„,- 
■■i : 1 ► .-■ .. ; ■ i . ( ' Tiitr .--. 

Kiii.MhL- ] -i - h) ■■ i i > fli-l.nhlj lii!) ao-i l!v.' r.i.Uu'lr.il 



on I'n.hiy 



I, . Tin- Fir! of cm:-. \v.:> ,;\ h.i .:;. .■ :.d ir--.^-l rh- Hm^ in miiii- 
,. ,-,--., liirioiH, tln-ir i...v.Mii|..- divid.-d, when Eiirl llrey'.-i i-e*.>hUions 

HOUSE OF COMMONS.— Fmday, July 1. 

nint.eo ftii.l Iniiin.voin.-ii of r.mi.l- (Ireland) Bill aud the Crftn- 
roet Hill |.:.".il tlin.n^l] < ..iimiitov. 



;l odoe,mi-ntly the R'-)-')-t of the Coitiniit.i.eo 01 .Supply 

n li .u ■! M I -.-v.m, . ; T c,.. \N I 

:i, .lev It'..- Th.un,- 1 ■;■,!... i.l.i n. ■'-,• ' ,t,-i M rr .)..',;:. Tvij. '-..-,-.■■,>■ -n<"A ■■■-. -.-.■:,- ', i ■■■ 
.1:;. i-.~l : i-i,:,l it ..[ (>,.- 1 . n :-;i-.-. ,'t r- f.-r th.-'l: !■!.■;:..:[ ..f ; ■ N ■ U-.-,' ,! I >■■: ■ ' 

■ i.ricirAi. HKi'MMMi'V!'. — I.-r-i C. I'A',[-:r. in reply r-.-ir J. 

1 tint tl eq > i 1 T 1 

in, 'Vt ir t i, i n rii- mi 1 Ulantic in the 






n-.iti.i- . f Si.i].|'! 



li'. i' i.V. 



IJ.Mr..\. Mil.!- N|.-l..t-.i l r,..,i"r., 

ed to the C'okra'ial Office' ft 



vgofni 



.1 lit t', FI I n i ■:■■■-.!: ii ti r i i jr I ill h n 1 1 

for t!.. .-,,-t nod F f.,-i ,,i-.j,.--ir ;: ..-; ■' ■ j-n.-;----! <:■■>■,:--. an 1 ! •■ hot oiT-n-l r.i 
' "! tv r, i.i ,. ..-.-•., , ... i ; . . , T i..r, ; .-,;, ■ i; ,■,.,,, ,;„,.. | r , ;..■ 



THE DAKISH QUESTION. 

l.oi-.l TH m.TlT.l-.Y adod I...I-.1 (','!ii!.v-i.-:i wIk-Ukt ]■.-< eould fvpln.n the 
it :il. []..-!■!. ulii. li ii].|.,-:i>..| ii, ! I,. Tor., ; . i 1 !.;.-■- hiv ].,-r. III,.!, loo ] V. ■ ,1- 1 .-n I. -.1 

hMV.I,].. il of Ih. I .010 ■,- Hull,. ..I U-.-' r:ju-r.:l. !. ill (. !!-'.■.. 1' t. . .1 .|ll- Mull Up-MI 

l.lo the- lolholii::; ,■■■]. !>■;-■" J' ho D.ini.li Tl.-ii[,- ,r .■,,t ,.. in ,.., 
fs |.rol„)oj,itiun ui tho ;.!!q;-u.. . -li'-.uM Iva./kiul lirmly 



:i i.ti.1 th- .i.:?i-.- M'i-.-!: i,.i,l iK-n ± l-i [. :.-■■! Nv !vr M.ii'-.-tT'i 

proposal ol nrl.kr,iti..n v.-.t.-. rii«. [■■ in .-,,,'- 
al Powers. His Dotile frinn-l rlnt.-l tho 



.lint iul-1-.l i - 1 ■ i r |,,.. „„.l i]!,. I'uivk'ii H.-on-t.o'v w-i-'- -"nv n 
CiVfii I.. |„..iii... f,„- ,..■!.. , p ,i th.:y oiiL.-,L,liii^I UiO tTviiL..'-,!. 

1 1 1 i ] J I L 1 L 11 J i II 

1BT0H replied in the nfrrrmative. 

(OXFOE0) BILL. 

i third time, Lord R. Cucii 



-i.i ho wo'iM k -iv.. t] t ,. J|.,,i ,.. t, \,., r , 



land.— lortl Clancajity e 



iii.-i.uii from iinnni 

Pnlmcnton not to en 

sool, ,i (l.rhirjitimi, 
ni-i-,iiOi's,iiotilil l„- i; 






U.-m.i.rk uiM u„" UoVmanVwn 



! >t|..||.. om 



Miiji':!ysi:ov.TJiincTit 
y f.rhny..' Ho S |K)ko 



wli'Hii .nt.To.l iln l!,,u-o -|i,,i-t.ly nft.-r tV'i!f-|.;L-t f.-nr o'c' 



]■)-,. i,;, 1. 1;, irj. -.J P ■■ ■■ o. -..,„■■, ,,[ K, ■.,-.:,... in ,„-.],, n, ,,.■,, ..,,1 ;, v.- „■ .,[ .,„■. 

o.-^i.-n. tu r-nirm-i- Ik.. -.■; i !■ :,.. ;,' .:r.-.~i hv tin' Tivnty ..f Mny, is.,.'. 
I -i. 1 .o.i. 1..--I -!-v...l, '.;, ,.■::.,. ■ ■■■ :n -,.' rr..-:-.-. i r o 1 1 TJ-. ■- 1 it, ov .! ;-,■,, ,.,-,- 



rved that Etrl Hns=t 11 hi 1 1 i 

111 1 ] I 

Denmark _ and Geraiany. Tho Emperor of the 
.■I 1 r | i o-.o-ro.-i. W t r ..)„iu'u,i n.i.r-i,, i 
1 ] li ti -'[ tli i 11 t I l\ i 

Tli-- other evont um< tho .l-;il h of LlioKlm,'..!: Doiu'n.irk ; 

Lord Itn^elU .h-i-.tt.-'he-'. it, iva-s opott to thotu. he 
ilito.l. ;ii"i.oc the d.. ■<;!_[ of tho King of rvmiiurk, tlo' ^.mn- 



despatches. Mr. Disrr 

wiiimi- c\trarU from ■ 
Side of tho [I.,nv Asm 



England towards Dentnar! 



,. ,■;... n -i.i [.■■i-.,i- 1 :i.,n. !:,■ in i-;.-.l 
li.ol iv-ult.-d in !.!,.■ ]»..: r..-o',. ..<■■ ..-. 

hrnl lli.r.-l.y I..-.-11 Jumiiii -',...! , 



thrlt tho- polioy p«r>lli'd 









ll.-niniii-k to'fnltil'lu-r 






•.:,:; ,:::,. i,-.r;;:' 

..■:1IV, tlj.illJ.rll. 11 

<.iLli.T l'o'...-,.r-i 
nt t!i>- p-ini.'-i 






■iuti joiirniiltt. Whyilidnol. M, 



Whyilidnol. Mr.Di.rn-liu 






"'"'""■'■■- i'')"'l 1". Mi'. i;l;..|-t. in^'in-i-i;^'',;,.,':' 'i-l'",.''' 
'"' l "''»"'i i'-Shi:-- ,r,,tf ; .-. o ,,, .. ,.,-■,-(. .-.„ f . , ,,, ,,-|,, 



l.oid r„l„.M~i,,i -tatDl that he had been r^up t.-l by 

nilo-.-idor I,, ,r, 1 „„ 

"■""■■■"/ /'■'.;':>- to '.ii-- ;i!i. omI .1 J..!;, ,M:i ,:, -■ ■..-, p.- .,„ juv, ntion. 

,!l "i" n "i the i orujuittteoi Snpply n-as brought up, and tl 



ind iho l.oo:i! Govemnient 
1 lo-.i-nn.;. (.-i:i!ii|i Hiiiii-) Bill, ft. uni-ndod. w;i ■ 
>.too!; 'I"i-fi[i.-:"..i Dill was j-,-,id a third time. 

HOUSE OF LORDS.— Tuesday. 






111.. I0.1, ,,:„„„ 









Vu i-u -sn-; nt-. in A 






■... ,.,.■,:.■ ■■-. .,, 



Opjiohilioii benches. The 



il:.'-.:,,.l.-i t 






) Foreign Offlco appoarod 



* I t I 

i.-i I-';-. .!i'.':o .M-L^iH-'l \s it'll 11.. I...- .lit ii" 1 .',!..i'-l--i- 111 il 



i.n F.,|-,-:;n S 



lor soro-t peril i.ltoy lowoivd Mi. ,, i,,n'\ 
Never, sin,.:,- Aitoiont 1'i-tol .^vallnwed 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



1 when England must play t 



011 thftttbeHouroora.Ti, l ', 11 .i!: , 1 , .m i,( ,■•■< ;m. L 'iitOT to leave the foreign 









spared to justify it LTi.-r- lh-' . ..nr.trv u hen.". <t :m 
1 hiui. Tin- parly will. w!.. ■:.! In- aeo-t wi'It |ipi.i I ..!' 

ethcGuvermmiit ai the ;;.i. riiiee .,: ti,. ; 

[...v.i l;. M. 'M.m. i ... . i .T--1-1 ■ • i r' :i;rj..i!, <■■■< plainine: that be would not 

<l. fo on any uec'iai! it h.- U.ln-si-.l u^ :ul"i.ii..... by lh.' llua-.j v.ijiil.l h-a.l r., 

Mr. wnALLEvj^H-.tn' in <r!-;'i"H i..iIl.^.ii..':..n. ",'!''; 1 : y . i :','" j ' l , i '. ] ' l "" l " 1 ';'; 

i:0''iV.- (':■..,',! . I ,,.']'. iri'i.'v H. -:,■'....'.,„; , ! ;-..']v,.- !1 -r i ii ll u-i lie f.f 111.' I'i|.i.y. 

t.i:-. !!...iii.h .;,■.■.. ....:..:, ; ',:.■■' -■ I '..,'.. ':- .1-. . if I ie I 

cov.ftrr.lly. lh.- fa.'- .1 Hie ■ ■ !']■■ in.-.i t- mm n. he 111 a mit-la-ll. ■.('!." 

in ad find fillj.ini.l L'aii U<-. ■•■ iH,;..l :i:-:t =v.>[ ... I h'T hy repei ■ 



... . ■! 1 .■-■■ 1 1..-. .i ■■:. 



Lv|--.ri^v uf the to-nnm Pi.v, ,1 -. m,.I it- li. i.-.i thai n day 

r r . 11 r lh-.i.-.-n 

mr ventre.. in-'. W1: 1 . i.a.-o 1,, 1 1 ■ - jii-a ra -.0 i';..:i "i Mr, Di-raeh, he aj.i.r-.- 

;.v.n ^t,.!-,- ll:. li' '.-. ..I <.m:i. :■• I'.n.l :'„-,, u-.-.a.i Hi (I,.- p.. ]l..'V thill tll-.V -.VfTi- 

n.-vi ud'a...i '.]■'' i" c.'i' loiiiv,. li, rk. 'i. •/•<■ Clint ie V. ere, h-ll.HIO'U'e. I. II wa- 
ne! hv L-r M.... -1.', Mii::--. r-. !■«■! h\ I'ar.iauier.r. " 1 J l ■ ■ < inve-meem had. :i-> 
<lf,:.|.t. m.1,1. li.; till-:.., ]■;:-. 'J.. 1 u-i U ■■ ■■»! Ita.l h,d..t--d t ln:-ni. emr pn -en< 



ii r ful) to go to 

tliCCuiiiitri uj-M. M..-U \r.M-. j„.l„ y. b.U I.., ,-....!. I I., i mre'irn auj :■!■ i!\t 

v,i"r.: -.-fii: v.illii.,: I., got... w.n- it tli.-y ucul.: ' 



of Man 
(No. 2) 






I;..,. In- i.. Mine in n bill to niter am 
Vet, In and to Mr Bari; 

" ■ ir Act* Amendment BUI and tbe Pilotage Order ( 

i,,'-', : .\-v l ..u...-''\\.-: -v-o \ : ,-. [■ ;:u-i.-. hi: .=.■ [-■:',-■'.■[ , :..-.:!■ I un/- a 

HOUSE OF COMMONS.— Wednesday. 

The Trespass (Ireland) Bill, the object of which Es to alter am 









FVU.n--. the Railway Companies. 



pn ^t. i-TL...., .■)" (I..- ut.t.a< ;.- ii[».'. 
'tarl Kti.-x-l! |. ( .-r-.n;illy. The « >| -1 - 

length !■■ tin- diplomat ie papers to show that the ot 
much greater interest in the Treaty of London ar 

t 11 11 

' "ii- rj.i.i,,i.T-. )„■;,„;■ l.iij,, ;.,,.; iii.iL li.it 1 Russell, at every 

.•ar.-tu.l th.it tin.' prupo-al nude I>> Eirt KH--ell,iir. (hnhs, 

satisfied all tin- utii-.r ).-in,--. i.'n, rejected l-y D.-muurk, 



Hut n.i HhjrU 



. tlj.-n. ;f Hie pn.t.al.'e r. ■'.!':-: ui liirir jx.li.-y. in. 









I '"■■ ">i " iv. [y n, 'I!',. ■-,, 

D. I t if !■..-.■'. ,n,.l 1 .i v, iU> ..ii I ,Hv ..f .vbi.'h In- is cr.pib: ■, 

Wll.-tllLJ-ll,.' II. ill-,- W:i. ; II.. I. iFl.p.Tlllil^ it-l " jll-t llllhlulH'.-' Ill III.' .Mi.FI.'il., .1 
I:.iir..|..','- I.v f.lh.v.-iiir- |„„ L . ,„. rl! l„.,-. !.., ...,.| „,, .,,„! .■n,l,--iv.)Fir to ..vri-iil..- I..-' 

ll. l!'|..h..f llil'^j"-.l:.T. 'I h. Il...i-.'|.']T lh"|-.'l.l.l..'.1...l'.VLlU-l llhllll'.- ili...|.IH, r 

Win IK.' it .:.uiii., and 11 e-li|^llt lull ill the ii|.r... t r i;nvr tin* S]i:';i];..T „ l 
r.|j...|-iii.iity ..1 liiiitiii^ Unit the li.iv,'.i..L'.' u-.-l uu b..ili -]>!.■■; h.i'l >.im - 

Lay, ml ui having 1 
.M.I. uu. I Mr. ll.ir.ly 









Kii..'!uii.l M.-ul.l 1 









11. -t. i).v..lv. .1 ;l„-,-..;:i,ir\ in n .wir ir ^;s- -..!-■ 
1 r. ... li. '.'.In -i ll tn.i .-..-.< .I n.'ith. 1 Hi.' 1 
ll- |'.'!m ■, :., nv.'.r.l- li. I,i-.l l.u.i I,.-. 11 ,, ( ii. 
Ul.--. 1. ..! ll..- il. .l.I ..I III. I ..J-"h:ll Hill..' .',- 



i-'iil' ..' ' III- "I'l". 'I"l. IV 111. I' '. '.»■!! M' ' . ..I..|l'l .'■" I 

,1,1. I I I.. ..',..'. Ml !■ ■ ,ll' '. J' M ■ |...' ■ I ... ." '!■ .!' 'I I . ll" ' I"')ll.|' I 



t last do ; but they bad c 



,-,,j,. -l.,.„, : .| V ,).-,,,, I, ,;,-,, I if,.' jH.il. -J ,,] till (J .'• 

1. 1. 1 i.ii.l Ui.: j'.-i. ..1 ll- '|..',il;.'i''. ..11 



Mr. l.ft.,.,1.1. Mr. Ulv.iiv tli. ,i . .Uk-.! ,'.,,. ,.,,;,[.. V'i-o.HUU t.. ..r.l.T ; ! 
);ilv ."-I'L..!.-. r pilrd ihiU I..- i'..l- >!■.!; ..in. ..1 ..i-.l.-i-. niL.l !li.' iimIi'm \ i-.'.uii' 

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™«0!U' shilliug. Th<-corp> which exhibited were 
:,.,- ■(■.„. :l.. „..,-.■ . !■• K--v.il Imigoons. 2nd ditto. 
.1m... Royal AitdWy. Koya', Kn ; -.. . . . -,-- .-h-l 



]>a;_'uail. R.K . wlnHi. I.v a very simple sprin 
the bottom of the box: and a new flag, iliveu 




inwhed through tl 
painter. Mr. DameM. b< foi-. bis .keen . . had only par 
and [';.-■ |» .u .-i k : all th. iv-t has U-n k.n.l!'. ad. ad by 






, we could lianlly .-eke; anytlnii;; more characteristic than 



of thecerentonvof laving 
stone of tin- new l..-n Li-nt-S-n IW!< ..• the mouth ..f the hut 
Tync. which took pla<v on tin- I'm. I uh. Mr. .lo-.-ph Cmvi-u. the 
t-t wined chairman of tin.- 'I'vi.i' Impiovemiut Coainds-ioners. 
olti. ■: -tu-.i -.:)■ -n thi- .:ca-ii.a. and the May.-i.- of Tvlnuiont Ii. North 
am: South Si;., | !-. N. ur..-:|.-. (Litc-hi i.l. an.; M-.ri (tl». the (luminal) 

of tin- River WVa. f.. .- ,.-. Ni 1K-iw...ili Williams,,,:, the 

Master and Brethren <-f the Tvmi'y House at Newcastle, and Mr 
LaVcoci-.. eha-nnat! of the L-vta and Tvne Hallway Coinp.o. v. Wei. 
pro-cut. The town* of N'miii Shield- and Tyiicmrmrh had pivpan-d 

S-.I--1-U Uanwa 



faced the agile mi 
thus, pictured tin- c 



l'a ■_■"- pa--.. .11- .i-p-al>d Up'll th 

a- ill a citadel win. n n-. ail JiYry onld 1 
One sec-, of cour.-c. which way the 
favourite iihitn.it-.-1y L---t ~o -vAerely lias 

apol..- t -s, Th-c :ut<l|.-ctn.d battle- = 
r.] iv-.-ti-at;\c I i.-vi rnmeiit ; and one 
gloria,,! the Ih-n-.-. \k-jm\ on M.-nd.-v 
varm-r. ami tl„- i,..'io:; t-.o ; and the t 
weaiy, bat now and th. n ln:ht,~i up 

Strang iV (!al!vi\ ii-iu e:.'ht in ;(.. n... 
admirers of one ..r the ■■:: ■ ; ! 


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Tuic Cot, 
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irneivl on tin- > 



■tits Unilway station 

laid, which waa 

forming the south-east 

innately, it rained all the 

.ii-a^ree.d.l.- i ircum-iav,< -.-. gari-eivl ..n tin -L.ppy ,.nnl- and -1u.p.-ry 
lock- to wit.-:e-s r|„_ \.\y, u ^ ■■[ ti:<- -imi,-. .\ft. i .u- appropriate prayer 



ntal to the port if this 

d admit a large portion 



dig all armed, like 



ion. The diverse i 
powers of tcxtural 

ued metallic lustr 
ale of gradation C( 



ai too frequently ha] 
;ciated in his lifetime. 



Both birds are imitated 
s of their plumage have 
tion to the utmost ; while 
e— all scintillating, as it 
i the snow-like purity and 
ed an opportunity for Mr. 
the whole gamut of rich 
ng the tendemst possible 

the painter was 



.-■■■ 1 it ■■• pi.,--. Wi.'.tam li..rt».M « i- l-m a: Urn. 

-how.d'a di-i vied ]■■.' til. -.-:.. n aiidnaTmal lalt'iit 1-a art ," but it was 
not Without ^icat i'pp=.-it:o,.. at tirst. liiat In- fr I- reluctantly rnu- 

and. even th'-u, they o-ily , ■■■uieiii-.la-. d h- Incoming an engraver. 
Thcv finally, howen'r. ].)..< . d him with the laf M- l.amv. in wlio-e 
fan! ly In- te-.di.l whl- . -hn:i.^ f....| y.-ai^. In- ...ntinii. 1 to lie a /ealoiL- 
;.■..! .in!.-fat.;r a-le -:n l.-ut of the Royal A' advaiy. Aft... coi;:ph-tn;p 
tltis court* of study he letumcd to In.- native city, and for 
some tune practiced' porrrait-paintiii" with sneie--. Findin;: ti;eie. 
however, no means of further ini|.;..\eii.'.ut witlnn his re.T-h. 
i Antwerp, when-, mnlei Karon \Vappei>. he 
Cteiistic diligence. Tin- fir.-t yeais of 
1 those strugud' - which t-"> fiequcntly 

a-.-l al.dity l--,'..i. .:' a ■ to I-.- appre- late-l Ly the public. tiion;'h. a- 
w-C have i!.'itn.:t'-d. U'-t. in our jarh/meii-. ;■■ the exti-tit they de-erved. 
In ..-.ithecu- luat.-r: d- l'.-i hi- pictim • ii- v..,- i.-asily euiploy...! ;■■ the 
la-t. pait i. .daily in the ncif-'libourliytui of Windsoi Forest and Ascot- 

i arly a^'e of forty-s^ve;:. :n-:' a- tin: suae-- for which he had so long 



1.1 \ KHl'iml I 1 -I IM'-MAl.S in i ;\ |'T. I N't ilA'A-l Kl.D. U.S. 

(•ai.'a'.n A. K* h .-l-V.-l :..!■ I '-i,:h,: •..!■■ ..f H.M S, Maje'ia ' in th, 
Merey.byin M.o. -.til. Mania- S.ivice A -oc'atinn of Liverpool, 

for three year- and a half. It wa« iiarticularly inU:nde.i asau nckiuiw- 

Koyal Naval Ke •■■rv< im which tin- lank ■■[ ottu-.-i i- now accorded to 

in tin; management ..( the In '.^--ii-.p foiiway, whicli w;w 

.-tibli.-hi-d in tin- Mi !•■ V -a\»>v.I six yeai- a;'... Thai -hi|i wa- (riven 
f..r th..- paqio-.- by the Admiralty', at the o-aa.-st of the Liverpool 
M. ■ -i;.- Mama- >■ i ■■.<• A ■■ .' ■ ■ .- ..',v ■ ■ . I. - ■ i-;, ( '.i. 
M.-mls. the predco.-.-'>r of Captain Inglefielil" in the Coininand. The 
t. -tunoiiial con-i-'.ed ot a -live' va-e. witii a wntUu ad.lie.s .-:^i,ed by 
Captain Sprouli . the preside:.:, and Mi . Ti.oaip-oii. the secretary of 
tin- a--.i-iat.ioii. It wa" publicly handed ovci to Captain h.-letield 
iit a imeting on the 7th nit. We have enpTaved a ie|iitseutati..ii of 
the va-e and it* cover. It stand- ui«-:; an ebo.-.y pede.-tal. l« ai inp 
U,,,, -liK-lds— one < iifiaveil with ( "ai t liu I u^leln Ll> armori.il I-- . - ■ ■ : = s_- . 
....'. h- i i '.I. (..i [«..., I,- :, i, ,. and 'In thiol il.. I ... I--- .-l tin- M. ir.ai'.le 
M.irii.c -Service Assoc.ation. The va-e pre-ent- a very happy eoni- 
l.mation of nautical emblem--, the p -<1< -I..I lepo -.-ut:iiL: a chip's np- 
Stan, HiiiTOunded by coils of IOjh-. a:.<l - : : ■ n -.:.„' ar. :. :- ..n ea. h si.!..-. 
The upper part in very tlelicaU-ly cha-ed in relief, and is provided 




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papers affect loUhnv Aft- . all. 

!md R-Wil. -if- i tl,' 'i.'.au'ner'of'Lii'L.- 
paitially so. and in <<etail. In the H< 

appears not t<> b. ah. ■■ ti, , ..' .. 

to he. denial of c pin ity \\;!ii A. - 

haite to add a ino.-t emphatic deui: 
accuse- her of having shun in cold 1 



uing tiieie. When t!a- l-\: an i. ( ..:! -, I 



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were admiied by all. Their last series 
of the Art-Union fetche- a very adva 
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and a dignitary of rli.it Ch.udi whni: elai 
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sunt- oninty. Ik' i- W Kinjrni' Uih.1l-, one of 1 

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National rortiuii Gallery, in Great George 
v.diwhle to iht- c- -nitry i- :i*t<.*-trd by flu- 1 
l;mmi:illy Col it- su] por;, Jin' v. I,\ -ln.i ,d : ' .- 





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.'.'. Angi-nalle. in F::n.tv. ;i l.d.i>nui 1.. digging -it- .■ 
light :i -toueeolhi.. '■■ ■■>'■■ l'-n.i <■/ ,■■■ .;../,/. -....'a. n;:.g ■ 

a hamau -kelc'..n Ki'...ced t" ''■■-'■ SY\ ..-r.il article ■■: 
|ik,wi-v hjiiad in l lie o-lliu. in. hiding a Luge brur.-e l-*J 
>i:ii!|.nin.l ; the n;i',ir.'i.:- - f ; , ,|h, : ba-i... com;.!' '•■'.> 
large choked gold ring, b<-t wanting the stoae v. ha h 1 
11. \i.\- Lung :!>■■ a..i'-; ..f -In l,..uu r'mpirc ; a vt-iy larg-. 
rul.lv i.r..;uaOiitfil : - | ea: I :..rk|...... : suir.c l-ck-n gla. ■ v 

r..n;'ol r the realm of :!:• Einpeiei Cratian. This cottin, dl 
y ancie 

•tSrda; 
1 Dlackfria 

y each un 



1 it wa- redeemed bv GoWti.i ,'.!.:. 
incil to be called "Pitt Bndge," 

ir locality of the bridge thaa the 

.•1 Than a- bivlg.- the »:-v,-i>, ; t ..k- 
called the Strand Bridge. The 
■ of Mr. Pitt, was exceedingly 

purpose. Walpok sarcasti ■.'!>' 
1 of his pubhe spirit. I believe 









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r,l Kt to Kind I :it. e> :■■ k! Ml...!., I. U,y>! 

Milt K to Q Bind ':J.',.<jtuyUth(.-1i) 






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the ori-mal ruor, from 'he want of lehable hi; 

mi rlu' -id.j.T'. I:, :•-.. <r i-rin v.a- hot ki.own lifter the <aiva: i . 

„l,i«| L .:. -:i--.\..i .:::..: witlun lh«. la-t f<-» 1 iiuith^. ill ie.m..Mi- c ; 
!■■„,(■ v.t;ah\va> e^-tn.eie.l ill It'.tiH. indication, were ■'-—-■■-■ ■ 
px.ving thai tiie no'" 1.- '■'.' P'opo^-ed 1- a- nearly a, po-.lA- I'K- > 
..ri-iual ..ne 111 form. It ia-> abn I .ceil ascertained that rw.,1,, , 
and 1\V>- dnriji. 1- v;. re .i.tiodiuen into the original roo! M'.y ;.<-. 
.,,„, It . ,,,,,.,.. 1: . :,.., 1.,-l'i View of London, in the Si.ti.-.sai 

l.'.-tl- *-T the I. . _ . .. l.<d iia- a Inw pi[eh tW.. ^"^ ■ " / < ' 

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Nos. 1268, 12G9.— vol. xlv. 


SATURDAY, JULY 1G, 1864. tw °th E h "f T le'con? E s?°a L t° w"BL E DON!"" E iTENPENCE 


THE MORAL OF THE GREAT DEBATE. 


but to the whole people of the realm — the Parliamentary 


Nevertheless, it is clear that her diplomacy has been utterly 


ALTHOUGH in our last Issue we explained the real i-urpiirt, 


discussions and decisions" "i last week have fairly established. 


foiled, and that its labours have come to nothing, if 


pointed out the drift-, ami anticipated the result, of the great 


It must be evident to every dispassionate and reflective 


not to a rather more disagreeable end. To what is that 


debate on the line of action pursued bv her Majesty's Govern- 


observer that, as to the pari which tin- country has taken in 


result due? To nigral ol.li.juiiv in the.se who administer her 


ment in relation to (he Daiu-Germati f[ii«.>T it-n, it will not, we 


the quarrel between Germany and Denmark, there has been a 


affairs? Nobo.lv has breathed a wlu-per of suspicion against 


trust. l>e considered inli.:r a wearisome m an unprofitable task. 


complete and manifest lnvakdown. She has failed, signallv 


them. To negligence of the business committed to their ma- 


if, before finally dismissing the subject, we gather up the 


failed. m giving effect to her intentions. "We dismiss, for the 


nagement ? Their industry lias been wonderful ; their pains> 


practical lessons which the statesmen of this country may learn 


present, as exaggerations of party, such charges against 


taking excessive ; their perseverance indomitable. To a mis- 


from this latest chapter of the national history. The struggle 


Ministers as involve the notion that bnel.and s -just inlluonce 


apprehension of the proper object of British policy? That 


of parties is over. The heat of e. mil i. i ine interests and passions: 


in the councils of Europe has been lowered, and that thereby 


object, which was to keep the pence in Europe unbroken, and 


is cunled down. The cloud- of dust raised hv the exeit inn strife 


the guarantees for the continuance of peace have been impaired. 


to restore it when disturbed, has received the commendation of 


have been blown away. Let us now try to ascertain. what con- 


We do not believe she has lost a tittle of what is right- 


all parties. To " utter incapacity " ? The country will smilo 


clusions of permanent worth— not to this or that political party, 


fully due to ber, nor of what she may reasonably desire. 


at Mr. Disraeli for levelling such an accusation against the 



. 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDOX NEWS 



vill smile incredulously. No; the 
breakdown is not of an Administration, but of 
It would have happened under any Administration 
1 the traditions of the Foreign Office. The moment 
to come when that which lias lontr been obsolete in 
uld become obsolete in fad— ami it lias chanced to come 
.it rial reirime — it would have cuituj all the same under 
native one. Oar material, social, and moral interests 
.usabilities have immensely uul grown the formulas an<l 
iv which .statesmen of the past interpreted and regu- 
relative obligations of England to the Continental 
Old bottles have been used for new wine, for the 
F both parties persisted in declaring old bottles to be 
cuts have shattered time-worn t henries. That is what 

iilered war impossible. 

)ting upon which the Foreign Office and the Board of 
nd, and for some time past have stood, towards each 
:ly symbolises our internal i.mnl policy. The former 
derogatory from its dignity to consult the latter, 
tly and perfunctorily attends to its requests, and 



Be. rd of Trade is but an expre.-sion of the political and inter- 
national wants of which this country has been made 
sensible by the rapid and immense expansion of her 
commerce. To pretend to depreciate those wants as in- 
glorious, selfish, mean, and therefore quite subsidiary, 
is the veriest pedantry. England must stand for what 
she is, and not for what a small minority of her people, in the 
indulgence of a romantic scmhneiit. might wish her to be. She 
has multiplied her commercial enterprises and engagements to 
an unparalleled extent, until she touches with them every part 
of the globe. It is all very well to call them coarse and sub- 
ordinate they are only so in the same sense as the foundation 

til" ;i glorious edifice is coarse and .subordinate. They are not, 
it is true, of the highest value for their own sakes ; but for the 
sake of what rests upon them they must be taken into account. 
Om social well-being, our political contentment, our progress in 
an and M'icnce, om intellect-rial culture, onr veneration of law 
and order, our moral development, are more largely dependent 
n] on the uninterrupted prosecution of our enormous trade than 
many people arc prepared to imagine. A war. but e-pecially a 
great European war. would have to be paid for, not merely in so- 
much money wa=tcd. or in so many lives thrown away, but in the 
fresh difficulties with which it would sun onnd the solution of 
vital social questions; in the additional disadvantages under 
which it would compel the masses to fight the battle of life 
against the inroads of squalor, ignorance, vice, and crime ; in the 
demoralisation of popular sentiment ; in the check given to our 
political progress : and. consequently, in the deterioration of that 
■'just influence" which our example might have upon Europe 
and mankind. With the grand opportunities, and the serious 
obligations which arise out of our world-wide commerce, we 
are no more at liberty to rush into every Continental fray, even 
for the purpose of defending the weak from the strong, than 
the father of a numerous and dependent family would be in 
taking a duel off the hands of an indifferent shot, or. joining 
actively in every street row. Under Providence, we have made 
a position as unique and elevated a- our geographical insularity 
will allow us to occupy, and the mistake of the Foreign Office 
system has been that it would not accept that position. 

The searching and exhaustive analysis to which the late 
diplomatic proceeding* of ibc tlovermncnt were subjected in 
last week's debate has brought out two or three conclusions of 
which no British statesman in future will venture to be heed- 
less. It has been made abundantly clear that the aspirations 
and sympathies of the great military monarchies on the 
Continent are commonly such as to render it inexpedient 
for England to be intimately associated with them in 
the political management of European affairs. It is suf- 
ficiently obvious that they are moved far more powerfully by 
dynastic considerations than by a regard to the welfare and 



fairly devolve upon us. Our diplomacy has shaped itself on 
this hypothesis. It has meddled in everything. It has aspired 
to prominence in the regulation of European interests. It has 
made treaties-, it has originated protocols, it has penned 
despatches, it has offered advice, it has used menaces, as 
though it were able, when it pleased, to enforce its own 
decisions. [But it has been corrected under the eyes of all 
nations. Not the country, but its diplomatic system, has 
suffered humiliating rebuke, which no British statesmen can 
hereafter afford to forget. 

Are we, then, to sever ourselves from the comity of nations ? 
Not at all. But we have been very impressively taught by 
recent events that we only do mischief and make ourselves 
ridiculous by assuming to do what, when limited to our own 
resources, we are physically and morally incompetent to do. 
We may now see how foolish and futile it is for us to undertake 
the care of Continental Europe, for, when we are put to 
the test, we find how utterly incompatible it is with our 
numerous and weighty responsibilities elsewhere. We have 
our place, and it is one of dignity ; but it is not 
to preside over Continental politics. "When great prin- 
ciples are at stake we shall always be consulted, and 
always have our due proportion of inlluence. But we had 
better leave dynastic and territorial quarrels to those whom 
they concern. Our interferences in them do no good, but 
rather harm. We are a great naval, not a land power. We 
can only play a secondary part in enterprises which require 
vast military forces. Henceforth, it may be hoped, our Foreign 
Office will confine itself to its proper role, and construct its 
system of policy upon a mature consideration of what the 
British nation is really concerned in and qualified to undertake. 
In that case, the bitter lesson wc have learned will be 
unspeakably profitable. 

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. 
FRANCE. 



1-1. ..I YY ■,/!,. 



The Princess Clotildc i<= re 
she will remain until after her confinement. 
M. Ihouyn tie Lhuys has addressed a < mi 
'" result of the Conference. He 
in.it >!int its eves to the ninvjrt 
■ wuchimir directly, a- ll-.v do. 



ch'aean of Meu.l'j.i, 






-,t .11 (Im 

w .' '■■-, 



row ■ o.j,-' 

,,,- Pino)"' " Tln-v w : -li to pres-rvet:. • a';. tilde of impartiality- which 
o complication may an=e 

the K vcr Saonc occurred on 
a'.ed with pj--crigers. who. 



Sunday afternoon. 



l:o! g.'cat. Im 

Acronhnir 

SiTion^Thech 

and the insurgent tribes disarm, 
The depute, between I-ranee 



the insurgent i 



mim'ocl :t h Ui.eved that :'oi 

the harvest. The <pi.v::h\- of 
llent. The same ouv.rva.ioi 

Algieis. Oeneial Ilo,c had : 



itien of the cessation of hostilities in the lW.'-r i 
:dby the Mi;-t}f„hl,ul that the whole of the X or *v ,■;_'/! 



of'the'f 

The Liim fiord has l,...m pa-cd by the IVu- mms. aad the ex'rciiic 
iio.-tliorn Oovn- of Jail. .ad have becU occupied. 

'I he YVirtembi r- Ihtaic- have been opened by the new King. H's" 
Majesty cyprc- ed a hope tli.it I he Neidc ■ wi;/- 1 l..l-.i.eh. M uestio;i ueght. 
be settled in accordance with national rights. 
SWITZERLAND. 

The Federal A-wrnhly lias elected M . ( 'hale: - Y'enel, of Geneva, a 
i... ;.. '■■■../ (..'...■. ,;......; \j. a,.!. .. {; ,_,.;. 



'if : 



Confederate 

burg since his defeat oil tbe 22nd ult. 
destroyed twenty 






)uavillc Railroad. 
27th ult.. they were intercept- 1 by 
t ,;..-.. on the We. ion a . I P ■■-..-.■ 
Railroad. Wilson f..-..-..t all nighl and the following morning, Im: 
wj.s. uia.ble to pu-ii li;s «;iv though. Meade -cut ;!:• sixth co.p , 
with a divhlon of the Heond co. p.-, to the assistance ot Wiis-jii. On 
the -JSt], the C'o,ikdcl..n- v.eic moving in the diKCliou of the 1'C.ll' of 

Grant's left. 

A special despatch to the .V, >■■ }'•„.'. T'.ms, da.ed \Y;>.dmig; >-t, 
June '20, says : — 






;.. :,( ■ i,f. -. : .u.il. > U't mi .-in I ! I .■ ■'■". ■■' ■■'•' !'■- lT'..i.-;i: Oil LO Ills VC-.--I1. 

A telegram dated head- quarters of the array of the Potomac, June 
8, five a.m., «iys :— 






■ capital i.' 



preserve what ; 



he nations whose interests they affect to 
is only when they are divided one against 
; weaker Powers can place any reliance upon 
ma made with them. But England, whose 
are unapproachable, can tlo nothing to 
called the " balance of power " on the 
Continent, except as she allies herself with a military 
despotism on the one hand or with revolution on the 
other. Her Conservative principles forbid the last; her 
constitutional liberty always makes the first embarrassing. 
The BmallnesB of her army, as compared with those which 
she would confront, or with which she would co-operate, 
on a foreign soil, exposes her inevitably to the dis- 
advantage of an unequal contest, or of finding herself 
compelled to yield tbe direction, the duration, and the main 
frnitB of war to her ally. It is useless, therefore, for her 
to pssnme to her. ill the champiom-lop ot the weak against the 
strong on Continental ground. It is something worse than 
useless. It emboldens without ultimately assisting the weak ; 
it provokes "but it docs nob affright the strong. In the present 
case it has tempted Denmark to cherish and act upon expecta- 
tions which we could not fulfil, and to irritate Germany, whom, 
single-handed, wc could not control. In fact, it has been the 
grand though not altogether unnatural delusion of l he Foreign 
tiffiee to imagine that it held in its hands "the balance of 
power.' 1 and its mistake has been that it lias framed its 
foreign policy upon that supposition. Whenever it suits 
the military despotisms to stand aside from us, we can 
enforce our will upon no Power on the Continent. We 
are not qualified, therefore, to dictate in European polities. 
Our insular position, as well as our constitutional principles, 
r.r.ru i.h to do so with effect. If we arc disqualified, it cannot 
be cur duty. Wc have assumed an obligation that docs not 



I-,:,,,,, uoeiiotlWm.rtL-u." Bv way oi Panama we kirn ma: 

,..,. ■>,„! ,,! ,hu,e the iKUcii fleet entered the harbour ot Acipnleo. a 

ho drove the Mexicans from lie; town 



A dc-n-ldoel: 
Catholic-, in tl 



=■ occurred in the Belgian Parliament. The 1 
eoiimrv form a distinct party, and m number 
r.r partv in the Ch.mil.er of Deputies. To r. 

vvh:. ii wril naTca.-e die number of represent 



ihcuklvesniabody from the house. The |.,-hiuii of iMw, w.i. 

,,,L..il:.v. T]».Il«'-..C"i.Hi.H le : _'-.].yi .'.-I 10 >'■'■'•■■■■ " «V.hour 

-»''-"' '- "-"'V' l".»-,v.„ ,, .1, 1.1 ,.;,! 



!;:;::;; 



, I.-..I..V I 



absented themselves, 

l..c.h:.iin..l. ai.J !)m- :m ;ovkvoiol -it.ao 
>longcd. This difficulty lias been cnt short 
nt by :i Koval decree, real 

SPAM. 

The Kon; will jo tins year lo Fiance I" pay a vi.it TO t 
„l ,1„. Voan-h. The i.Ho n o,:i .«. I., ihe -cn-batli". 

,\ .,|i ia ,in.ii ri,,,N,n. of an .I.i-l and n.nroiji, r i 

aclivi|.H-par.alioii for the Pacific, lo r. anionic the naval 
the const of Peru. 

Tin Spanali ( .apcn pol.li -ii ila Mrm ml which 
II,, ,„ ,.,|, ,.,. p,-i,l u" d.-pnfe mil. Per,, and pave np 
Mauds. If those teians are agreed upon, I 
treaty with the Eepul 
her and the of - =- 
•|1„. oliiiaal 



I'.afoia lo Colllllll 



between France and 

ami the eouth of France. 

DENMARK AND GERMANY. 

There arc prospects of peace in the nonh of Euro,-. A or,„i[: a 

1 11,1 1 1 I M 



. iep:'e-:a. f 



The Kin- ■!■ -pno. I 
i'nmit'V'hiok- MolO- Nnielian to lonn a new C.ibiuvl. and. iw he 
I I II I 1 ' , ! 1 ' , 

v:h Lo be exiK-cte.h 'I'he Count has succeeded 
Admini-trati.-n i- couq-h-to. M. 'W Ehih ir\ 
■il, 1J1--U undertaken h.-Imies of the portfolio 
. . . . Mollke Nut.-haii e .1 Miniver without a port- 
folio : m. aho is M. de Quaaile. Tlie latter, who 
tive of Denmark at the- late Conference, is about 
His visit is generally believed to 
t ,f ihe wai and an.iueing the ten 

'J'li... iiip-ii'.'-' a-ent bv the new Miuetry 
.1- King helieved that men unconcerned hi uie ■ ■ 

■■- * u - coimtiy, and that, while 



" nt peace. 
K-ia:-ei 



. elteetmdly kcitc 



venture to lay down f 



;they 



Govenuiitiit ha- forwardi.-il de patches to the Courts c 
Pci-li,, ;,,,,! Yi.-ima a. king for a u-peii-l-n oi la.-iilila ~ ami the op-. 

i, I u.-p.-tiaiioii^ ha- peace. 'Plus important pave o! ne.v-coiu 

[,,„„ H .v,.i;d i-om.is. and i- -outinncd b> mi-ihg-uc- winch .h 
I.-,,,;,,,, dtliM.ha- o.eiv.d. A confident e ■,,,■■,■, ; lt ion pi.-v.ul- tee a 
,!,,]! -1,.., tly litiii- oi the eoi.chi-ion of a regular armistice antl tb 



Another despatch, dated the 2Aiii of June, uoon. saya :— 



,:. ha- U-en opaKd :u C... :/... « ;h he'.vy: ■■=. IT" 
..lair.n- o! h.- .u icy. .o.der M aeph . -■:: a:a: fu-.m ><■; 
i„lo. i ■!„■ t ..nl.-.a.at. ■ at Kene-iv Moimtains on 
ercpubed. lie admit - Tlioina-. - , h>^ at Jouo and 



Colonel". Confederate desp.alehe-- ; 
^herinaii believes the Confederate U> 
protected 



Federal loas at 4500. 



The Con- 



> Western Virginir 



L:eel to retreat 
Hunter, finding 1: 

i-horr. was reticatm-i- f. "W. -ton Yh-u ia, but o-parts the complete 
Hiece-s of his cvpcdinori to T.vacid.arg. Aec.,r.l:n- to Rau-r^ 
uport be ha: de-tiov,..l much ' '..iit-.-dei-.te pn.p-.--y and supplier, mid 

— "■ tut, Confederal..- de-^pat-jh-.-- ..I {■■■■ 

Confederates were pirviiULf ll.imei-. 



heat the enemy in every er.gag-ment, 
inflicted heavy loss 



. i l | r Itl 

■ted heavy lo;.- upon him m kr.k.-l. wounded, and prisoners. 
Mi. 1'haK-. Secretary of the Treasury, ha- o-agiied^and My. Lm-vjl 



:-G\,vi-ra...,i Todd, of Ohio, who 1 






at Lincoln, in reply to a resolution ot the United S:a:e-' 
id sent- in a communication from the S,-.;ro.aiy ea State, 
■h i; apo-Mi-s that no authoriiv ha- l.rceu gie..-u iiy the E.\e.-.i- 
■ |-,.ieod Coven-inielit. or hv any eKeeutn ■■ depai-tmeii:. to 



''..-'" ",'7 .' 

1111*1 it- any foieign country, fur either the 

ain.y or the navy of the United S.no- : and, mi cne c m , foa 

wlan-ver api'lieation for i=ucli authority has been made, it has been 
u''u-ed and ,,h-ohu.e!y withheld. _ . 

■I ]„, followiim i- Picaideiic Liuceln'- h ,iei .icvptuig the nomioatjou 




p^eSthel I , - I 

rebellion may l« 



nd lorei\ 
:, On- exi 



..,,,.., :-, ,'',., ^.-iLi-.t with his will, 

it'"i-.!rr^V'.i, ......■■■■■• ';■-.■■■,■■■,■■ ■-■\!'?..!il;';z 

SIS'! ,a,.Viir ? a„on 

bcui "mo--;- Ha"""- "" ';■;;,; ;"' "■,.„,„:., ,.,..., ■,-„,, ■, i. . 

on Ham do, -iiu.l nol ex ■'■,■„: ||, o. . 

-Mtt i , , /i"ie d P s 

\Xtll":. Lion 'J be lei.,.!.-"..- a «-^ one, and at times 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



(.'.Id .),i.ut at \\ r A row to 282, but declined to 260 on Mr 

Viht-f mien's Culiiirmatioti in (h, m-itc! ar\ -hip "I' the Treasure, and f 
l:.d on the repeal of the Cold Bill i, v the Senate, 

It app.ars that (onoral boh, p Clk was killed in battle in George 
. i: ihe MLh ult. The Bit-hop er.idnaied at the Wo-l Point mili tan 

MmiiKiryin 1M.'7. but Llshnp M' 1 h ail;. . » In. v.:r- then Chapl.u!) :) 

Iimt pkioc, persuaded him to enter the Clunrh. and lie afterward 
1 ii-, n. e Bishop of Louisiana. He inherited a gu..d .-uto, with man} 
-laves-, arid his idens were ,-ihv;iy= intensely Smithem. When thi 
I'H'snil war hr.,ke i.r,t lie entered "the ( '..n federate army, and iva- mad. 
;t I lieridicr-Cein-ral. He never resign, d his hislioprie, pmbably in tend 
ii p at ;]-e cli o ..}" ll.c war to n-mme I i- e ritual iunotimi*. 

Mr. .1.,-f-ph V. Seville, Die w,d-kM',M, < -m -pondent ("Man 



Mr. ,1,-rph 
i:ai> ■) ..f tli. 






i and Xi.vwi giau emigrants. uric, 



He! 



on Sunday morning by I In- Miehig-m Southern Railroad. One 
jortinn of them will go into Missouri, the other portion lefi * 

The heat in New Yi>rk had heen inieme. On the afternoon c 
2Mb «lt. the mercury mounted to :>7 < r. er. in the shade, Several 

CANADA. 

The new Canadian Ministry having Leon left in a minority ii 
I-rei-lative Assembly, the Upper Canadian nnijorin -tan. hue; 'opposed 
"'- Lower Canadian^, with little Imp- .,f a general fleet i m 



communication witli Mr. 0. P..oa;i. 
■ majority of the- V]<\*.-v Canadian members and 

JOB the L'2ud nil. that thov hud come to an under- 
vt.imhng with a view to the adnptiun . .£ the fedend principle in 
Canada, with provi.-ion- for the admo-am .,f the maritime provinces 
:iia.l north-we-t territory wlien r }:■ -y slmuld he ,b-po-ed to accede, and 
to probable nltimate union of all Unti-h North America under one 
janual Legislature. It is prop.-cd to prepare a measure during the 
leees? for carrying this arrangement int.. ett-r. and r.> give seeuritv 

If]- the mimes* of the detail- and she e; 1 both with whicli the '.vln.le 

n eve net, t -hoidd he pre-c< n(--d ; ihe I *[■]■. .-lti-m are t ,, }„_. represented 

I | p. ■ i ... 1 a tiin d 

A t. nil.ie accident ha- onounod on ihe dan. I Trunk Railway, near 
St. Ililain\ Canada Ea-r. An cm; grant- train, emo ;-;,,>,.: of eleven car* 
i 1 . anymg J f t cmieTam -. v...c; .ovr 1 1 1 1 n the 

11 tl i 1 t 1 I ] ( ]i 

not h.in ^efficiently leached tr. alluw the dead -,..)«: taken from it. 
ue but escaped with slight 
■e the accident happened is 
about ten teet. Toe con i ornas Finn, is killed ; tiie r' 

al^o is supposed t> 



The intelligent 

jU.a-m.. 1 - had Keen adopted hy the Indian < ;■ .v-.-i :.- 

'■Inn Tl was i.o ahico.-m... ut f the | d tion^mania in 
Poinhay. Two more bank; had been started, d'he As new of Cahul 
is i' jolted to Lave completely defeated AbeO Khan in a great battle 
at Ban, tea. Ameer Shco. Aii Khan, the ohiet of Afghaubtan, has 

<• ni].lete!y defeated hi- brother. Mahomed A/in Kli.ai, who attempted 

'H" ' I ii l 1 i r i 1 i i it of the enptmv of 

CI ai.e-Chew-J-',.o bv Cel-lie! Oerdon ai.d ibe Imj-riali^-,. and a'b.rd 
seme details ,A the a-nnll. Tan^vun- nil a o w day- ,,i ,..,,-. and 
>aid,,u i ; la-.W tlieenlvsti,.! -h-.M e-l the ,,!«,!-. I. uh» L .'l b; 01 d. .n i:,i- 
ilii'iii.ieed on ;<::.:■, he fie.n; the lm|>trial cause, 
JAPAN. 




whieh w-;;i 



■ CVe.y..!,,. 

[ W. lia\>; !eee;v..il ftei:i 
:.U-eai in this Jounaal.] 

AUSTRALIA. 

„, , . , MELBOURNE) May 26. 

lie [,:]eeet a raev.-h Ftha-.m e:v.- : -. vor> e-ne-p. ., : de...t y.-».<. n to 
■' '■ ■"■'■ ..:■-■ -.ve-.t- and at present the only thine sen- 

I I ; l A D s / l r 

mail this month w-:d cany w.th it the i, o. th- e.e.r.e.t .ie'-i- 
v.! o. ti^Qn.-ens tivO].^ have ever -.-a ,in-.-d in this portion of the 
more disheartening as it was wholly 






:■ vir.-a.aUv 
-.- than ever. 
encouraging to find a wli,,l- En-li-h re-ime-r 
"'—■»» I but this 

The news has t 
above a thousand 



■■ number .. 



i Li.T. mc (■quai to 
Mel fielini.' in Melbourne; for, 

1,1 ' " 1 Ah.klan.l .b-tanee counts ,,„■ nothiu- 

1 ' -, ,i( - ^/'i-'-U-r.i e An-iiab: 11-. Ii a man,!... . „„( III;- I, 1. „ ,i; iv 

' ,: " 1; - ' l"' !! -V i;,| r ;ii " ,; ' L ' !l ■■'■ "'"■il-.rc ,i.\ will, a ! -.Uopp.. 

;' ; "-'" r " :t L '- 1 " 1 ' ■■ ■ ■ ■■!■■.■■■!<■■.. 11. b. I., ■ 

1 ' '■■■:■ lr ■' ll ' v - ■'■• ■-■■--■ y - 'iai.o .ii-l ii- i :■ ,„■ \\\n\ no 

n-M t- of militia v.-ei-orliivfiy Mjpj.he-.l hum \ k , ■ . . . .,..; 

In i ii 1 

'ino ; to the ( , i nl 1 , i l w | 

.11 !V,!e----Oi Cldwiu Si.mli eh..u-e to e,e,:e n,,- 

>1 enough to inflii t on An-tralian audiences his base- 

. i i vw,M n I ehanc,.,,, I , L i ] 

».-Jl Una Led. The feehn- d,-plaved upon the trail-] . a- t uiou 

' ' ' r j ,11 T | , i r , I 1 , ncl)t foi shipping 

"■> n:-t;ve criminals to Enelaiid. man tor man, in return for the 

J . ' V^f 1 "- W " t ' 1 ' ' I --iu:,- t 

irf.t tolerably mcon-i-umt with lhi-= U>., -t of loyahy. I; i=p„. 

■ really attached to the mother 



s]-iead lovaity. 
lure and be foo 



'■■■■■'■■' ' umlt The Swan River gentry would 

"I I' , I ' , ' ' 1. in a count 

';,',,, ' 1 1 to women and 

Wf ' , , . '„ / j^rmean! 

: n ' I ' l' ntly drawing to a do.e- 

^ItVl , i'V ,."'; ,'"' :' " f "-■' r "' 1 :l '■"l-r impu-fee. Mieee-. 
. ,"'" 'lH'-^i.-Tl I..-,- |.,...!\ Mill.l, When, ii ,ij ( | . I,,,, ,.,,., u 

bar- been made ,n ;.im,;,r aid „„,,;„;,„„, , ... , / " -' . 



merer rin.l pr'.}nrty. The ( Inyermnent, too. has can 
for facilitating the sale of enl. .nial-L'Ti.wn wines, win. n 
wnnlid. fur tin-; is a. v. ejnlar land ..f eri-ajies; and. i 
brio!; and Imp.. it. d ale are ■/■ [line into disuse, the d 

fur its consumption. Tiie revemie is ii) a tolerably croud state ; the 

railway t>. the Mnr:. ■■> u ill I e tiui.-he'l by the tiir 1,: 

and bn-mi s- j- j.-, iarallv -uuiid. New buildings 

every direel ion. and -ome .,f the-e are very su]ierioi*. M 

fair to be one ol the band-nme-t cities in ihe world. It had the 

good lu.-k to be had out when -ome la.-Jon of areiiiteet-uve; bad 

workid it= way ino. ihe l!nti:-h mind, and tim~ it lia, u.-ne i»f Mr. 

Nash's stucco: and the publie bnil.liu^s .',re ehieHy -■. .. n I Kalian. 

and nio-t of the ehuivhc-; Cotbic. 'J'be streets are well laid out, and 

the publie j ■!■..-. ■rv..s, ii. w that the t: 

Pt. .fame^s Tack and a great deal ] 



this reaches you, 
springing up in 



a prefi.siur. as:..ni-him.' to a 1. 

of sewage. It is all miming water mi the surface, and all abi 
below. Yon may imagine the result in a city of M'l.oun in! 
and wdiere so many of the summer davs are as hot as 
The consequent odours n .,p.iie ('..bridge to chronicle the 
some of these days we are booked tor a fever. At pn 
place is singularly healthy. From the fremient im 



London 






-parkh- i 






'lovenior 



vonue' ri-lii;- i:nv already 
l ha-.ehe.i t!i-.:-. They 



Majesty's birthday, 

"' ' tly deafening i.i convince any...ne 

the iv-bibitieil baddme:. wliere li: 
" "mg a birthday levee. 

1 Upwards of one hu 

-earance : and, accordj 

rly an equal nmnber have 1-ee 

thy, and apparently doing well, 

d'he .Iron* has -cut a speeial c. .iTe-pundent to "W.-ierii Australia to 
report upon the different plia-.; -■ of the transportation question as 
exhibited in that el-nv -tee de-unatiou of the Colonial .Seeielary'-' 
limited number of traii-pui-ted convicts. 

In Sydney and Ad., l.iide. a- la.ae, the Qn---<j:S- birthday \v;H cele- 
brated by a leview. a lev.',..-, and no emt of fireworks. 

The iiuterieu- budirang.-i'. < hirdinor. has > x -en tried in Sydney and 
acquitted. Tie is retained in eu-todv, howevei'. on other chariTe-, 
whicli. f'orthe sake of suei.lv. it is to be hojied will be broii-lit Imui-: 
of the verdict, the people in court eave 



>m the JVtic Zealand Herald : — 

"Auckland, 

■■ Cenei.d Cameron lev made )■'■■- tlr-t nn^icee-Mai m-ve. 



y.f n'omu-d. The facts , a" the c .-,-■: are as follow:— The native-, in 
considerable strength, bad rear] I Turn 1 1 i ' General wen 

down, and thov had eo/eted a ( ..all of some con-iderable >:rength on 
the neck of hind which ocme-.v Te Papa (the pha.e wliere our camp 
was -ituated) and the main land. The Gent-rid made m-tain prepara- 
tions to take tin- place It wa-. in a comuiamhng, but by no mean-an in- 
acce-sible. po-ition : the slop™.' up f> v. i- gradual, and the conntrv clear 
of timber and swamp for -, , mc di-tance round it. The place 
the -Gate-pali' by the troops, ownc; to its being ' "" ' 
gate of the mission estate had stood. From the < 
great show of strength about it, but, as it proved 
tive appearance. On the 27th and J-sth of Apri 
being silently and unostentatiously, but " " 
fully, made tor an .a; lack. G i.uiAveie got into portion and troops 

thrown int... \ it , the pah. On 

the mght between the l>th and ."'th the ds-i, I1 v ._r [ : nor. : weie marched 
round. s as to reach the iear of the iw.-uion. and succeeded in doing 
this perfectly ,m. pp. ,-ed. The women had been seen to leave 
the pah the day before, and it was hcU doubdYd by many 
on the morning of Frdav, the 2i l th. whether the natives 
had not evacuated the place bodily. All was still and 
bide-; a- death when, at hali-pe; -even, the General gave the word 
ro ..pen the cannonade. The ar:iil-;rv toiee w i- l:,r_'ef than !ia- ever 
been n-ed in tin- part of the world before. ' r he wiro'le dav. trom h:dt- 
past seven up to four o'clock in the afternoon, the nnm_r continued 
with terrific i>ersever. nee. The eifect was V erv maniie-t in a large 
breach, which extended about twenty yard-.' mbbi-h of various 
kinds filling the trench nearly up to the level of the •mnoumhug 
earth. At four o'clock the r ro,-.].- prepared for ihe a--aidt, advanced 
toward- the breach, the ^li.snnidiers on each flank pouriue. a. -caroll- 
ing fire into the place. The iiiip:e--ion was rhar. there coidd hardly 
be a living soul left in the place, which appeared to have been 
tunic 1 oul-ide in by ihe c- ] .1. .-.- ■:> of the -helb which had i-ieml all 
day. A well-directed hn i b.-b;.^ .= ,.,_. tYom the slacking aimlc^. which 






': April preparations were 



breach, |only served to modify 

the stormei-. cvo--;d the ditch, -cal.;-.! ihediank", and 
f sight ivithin the pa!i. To tho-e om-ide but little nmie 
1,1 : druppnu. tiro continued to be heard, re-ponded to 



I bicV b 



-were heard, and after : 



and evidently from a 
minutes our men s 

snppoils, nndci Captain Hamilton, 
once more entered the place, but the firing seemed to grow hotter, and 
a: he-t they also fell back. 1 I learn 

further the aspect of thing: :w seen from the inside. When the 

'folium hope.' cud,-; Cimaamder Hav. of ti.e Harrier, which was 
comp.-.sed ot the >..»■...! Ibicde and the bhd Regiment, in equal 
niUiibeiv. <l:c-he..l nuo the wori s tliev saw notlime' of eneuiic-. There 
uerefraguie.it- ot the palisadine, audli.it: of b .-:-l Ivine aljout. also 
mats and otl,.-i thing; ; bat not a hving soal wo visible. Beyond 
was vi-iUc a second pali-ade. al-o -omewhat shat'.eie'.l and rent, over 
this the- i.olor.s m once swarmed into the second compartment. There 
wet.- here moiini ol lite either. Two or three dead natives lay about 
and there was an unusual amount ot plunder of various !,mb- in 
different parts ol the open in e;. The uo.ia.l love of loot which po---e, .;.,.■-. 




i- believed 

they had lair 

covered with Umgli- and earih 






i'. using. ;\l.ou( ten oeluek. they son lo 
and tried to escape uiq^-rceivcd in ihedaihi 
inl- i-ccpled at a cros^ug-phico of the river i 
Naval iVe-ade. and broke, and took to 



particularly in officers. 
bodies had been found a 
will be found when ther 

probably, in all, the n 
fairly made." 



On Saturday mora 



Cl/riiCU AXJ) IX/ 1 7.7.S7 rn:s. 



Th. lb-b,.pof Flv ha- . om e,-,i) ,„ ,;,,. funds ot 
liUUle-elas- Oiili-geat I'minlmc'lium, Suffolk. 
Henry iic.-lyn Oakeley. Esrp, „\ ..Icsn.s Collce'c ■ 



'liie ] light I lev. Dr. I 'avid Ambus, m, Ih-h-.,. of Ibipr-rt's 1/iu I 
v"-. 'riii'ii!.- h-i'i'" 'i'"'''' "', 1 '" '"'i " U "'\ " r I ' ,i "" ill i' tUc n -'S"itiwn Ul I..S 
At Ibe coulirniation held at St. Luke's. Ohol-mn, by tlic llisb-ip 

The ['rince ol A\'a!os ha- con-onlod to become vino-pal. mn <if 

lie So. i.lv fer Pn.tiK.tilie lie lauuleviu. ul of .VMUie.ial Curate, in p., ,.-;,,- 

■l.ic.-, ot whicli -ocicty her Mtije-ty is patron. 
At :i meeting of the restoration committee ,,f Jarrow Ciiur.'ii. 




1'KIJ CH.VjJ.NTS .-LVD Al'f'opCIMIiN^.-Tiie Jb'V. \V. Cocktll. 

.-■ .v. i ■■ ■ too..;. -,. ... ii ■ .-. i,.,.:, ,, t ,';,.'.,] o, '. ■!,:.. ' /■ ,'. . 

Rev. C. Y. Crawley ;„ T.c.nton. (.;:■,. .cc-tcr-lmv ; II.-.-. It. Montae,- m 
K.u!, -■..!■, . N'.-i-Nok ; It. v. V.. -. -..Iruan to Llu.ae h. IVentb. I'.-w, .,.;. ,- .- 

1 ill h Birm n e - 

laan . n.v. is. baton r- L-, r ,,„ . ;■,;...: , p ., ( , .,,..,, ,,,,. (;..], , r ,, ,., L ., n j,, ri . r,.,-. 
A. -I. snui.li f.j Lev-!,-. y.i[':T-;-,y,-\ V,, --,[„ .rlmal. i i,,!,-.';,;,. ,i : R-v. F. \V. 
Hrnrv o. t.e 1'eDie-iiC C'e.,e.oa i,, I..,;) Li'V, ..-.!. /' - ..-' ('.„■„,-„;.■ P^v. 
1...I. J l.-n-i -.-■!, t,,Mert!'ik., s:.rr-:-y ; R-v. II. .1. buM-.i t.. i ii-l.ilb Urorn-jo-ve. 
<-■ ,:,.,. .; K.-.-v. P. E. Iilvl!,,; ro -r..,f. ,..-,,,, To , l( L U-v. -. U ,rui ^-(1. ,-..■. I o.) 
ic J . t 1 . v, a,, a. 1,1 . [J. . o !■,. . i l), [ii:,!! to s(. >,] ,, . . [] ,.■ . r( vv . O. 

I ..■: . !.'■'. II II .'■( .■ ■■.. v. a, ■ . I, .a , [,' . r ,|. e, , ;,,..■>■,[, ,,.,,. 
lUv, T. 1'n.rkimon to Bardsey. Vork-liire. 

Tint Universities axd 1'riiMc sr-imoi^.— At Oxfordthe 

A :r lull oi L-ne:! ,. ; ■ !., I a e. , , , . i ,,.,. ■, ,. , , , .,, ., ■ ] ? : l- i. L. _V 




gh by Saturday week. 
I the House of Commons ( 
gram"! I'etc was held on Wednesday night at the Royal 
to meet the Prince and Princess of Wales. Tho f- 



night at the Hoyal 

Ducvlcncli,ftspve.-iiieat 
fiml di-tinimishcd curn- 




Mi. 1-J.1..1 ■■)■ tl,- l.-t Mid.U. ■-..■>: E,,L.nieer\a.l„ut,-,-..M.., 



Infill* I 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



MARRIAGES. 

1 - ""' - :,t ' "" ■ : " ">■' '',11. "ir I Hereon. Thou,,,., m, Wilson. Est; 

^SsH'i; " ' ' J l °' unm ^ d - lato 

wiiiniv, toSai-ah Ann, yoiingcst daughter of 'thi ; !:!?..■ ..< r<- : ^'.i : t .'i .'.." Tv .V:, L "| " ■ J i": '.''k'V 

,^ -i. J.imr-VTV, .Mliik. il ■■ Tl t -v . R. V. Cn-.iv.f:. Rector of Harrington, 






I ■ .■,:.,!, !,,.■ 



ClLst. C- II. ColipTPV 

lit'iu-nil D-c- Hr.j.. S'i: 
I - ■ ■ ■ I > V'irinll.iirici 



B r I 1 

■■!.•■-: .limcl'T.-TOl 1,10 I;lt.'(':i]il;till sir ,! 

i Ti!r.-<i:\y. tin- iL'tli in-;,., nt SI. I'anlV. I 



-if* 



''.'11-', M u-r in t>,.- Is.., l;., r '„i 

load, iv Hu- Rer. George 
E - - V .-..■,, . ,.. „,„,„. „ v., 

' I'' '11. '. l-'l.. n-,1 ,...,.,„„,, 



WHOLE-SHEET SUPPLEMENT. 

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 

for SATrr.DAY NEXT, JULY 23, Will COJiaist of 

TWO WHOLE SHEETS, 



The Wnr in New Zeal 
the G8th and 43rd 
Harbour ; and 

The National Itifle Match 



.TIHGS: 

ir of Puke Wharangi 

tTe Papa Mission Sta 



Camp of 
'.ju; ui _v i 

Wimbledon : Volunteers during an 






■with j 



IS the attention of the conductor. A woman 
igcd to risk her life by clinging to the otit- 
ic, order to get away from a ruffian. A 
r ought not to bo allowed to terrify a whole 



Lin.- pleased 
I drunken n 
could find 



diii. r 



■',',;.:■: 



Jhai'i-udi.',,.! ',' 



1 Klelon. 11,1111.. Adelaide, dl.egl i, ,-,,, 

■ V PlSeis i Hoi, .aged,;,;. 

illeC, . I.ildV Wihol,. wife of Sir .Colitis 

tot., nt ,V.l.l,.-..ii rami. Lady Miiio tox 



House. rtrLsM-sfcreet, 




CALENDAR POE THE WEEK ENDING JULY i 

logo's, lV.a-7.™-'.,', S "°''" y """ Tri " it? - R< * !8 I ,ic ™ 1 

\ v '^,.r. r " Lth "' ""' t-'-it Italian p'-t Petrarch, 1371. 



Princess Aiieaist.i of ,'„ m o,,de... 



V. < I'.,.,. 



1 i'i v ' ; J II I I 'l 

1 ' i i • o IM.vdi'ii I. 



'"'HI « MIT. IT UIMi.i'. Ullliiril'.-, 



THE WEATHER. 
BE3ULTS OP METEOH0LOGI, >i. OBSERVATIONS AT TE 



'Hi" Bad.vay Airi,l"..i ii". ir P,ra.k]..-l,l, in Essex. 
Barge I: iio'on the River Thames. 

New Animals in the Zoological Society's Gardens, Regent's Park • 

The New Monkey House. 
The Bloomsbiuy Flower Show in Russell-square. 
The East Kent Railway r Margate and Bamsgate Stations. 

New Church In, ill. in, the She of Yiiiivhall-gardens. 

The Petroleum Works at Oil Creek, Pennsylvania, ou a branch of the 

Atlantic mill local. Western Railway -Two Illustrations 
Portrait of Sir Ruthcrionl Alcoek, K.O.B, her Majesty's Envoy to 

Scenes of Life in Japan : A Japanese Party at Meals. (By our Special 

Bust of H.R.n. the Princess of Wales. By Mr. Marshal Wood 
Portrait of Mr. E W Walk-in, M.P. for Stockport. 
The Cbfden Cup, Won at Stamford Races. 

The TITLEPAGE and INDEX TO ENGRAVINGS for Vol XLIV- 
fn.m January to June, 18C4 — will be issued with ne« week's 
Number. 

Price of the Two Sheets, Fivepeuce ; Stamped, Sixpenoe. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. 



brandished w 
brutal statioa-mastei 
into a first-class 

room in a third-class vehicle (a 
), ought passengers who have pan! 
high prices for their tickets to be entirely without app-al f »■ 
protection against the insults of the new comers. As tor th» 
means themselves, it is childish, in these days of marvellous 
inventions, to hesitate to believe that, in a month, every earria ..- 
in England could be fitted up with something that would 
answer the purpose. Two simple red flag,,, furled, and laid 
on hooks on each side of the carnage would do in the mean 
tune, it contrivance could be made for the guard's passage to 
the vehicle whence the signal should be made. It might be 
inconvenient that bis intellectual studies should be di.shirbcd 
and that heshoidd have to lay down his penny paper to attend to 
stupid passengers; but Ibis might be considered in bis salary I,, 

order In prevent foolish .signalling y-law might prescribe thai. 

all charges should be signed, and every frivolous allcmlio,, 
might be punished by fine, and a heavy fine should follow , 
charge shown to have been the result of intoxication. But it 
i.s monstrous that a thousand persons should be encased in a 
scries of boxes, and hurled along a line at the rate of forty 

'" :m '"""■ •'"•' "'•" »'<-'.' should all be debarred from the 

means of communicating with the only person who has control 
over the rushing mass. If the railways do not supply the 
delect, people will invent their own signals, andif the companies' 
officials are instructed to neglect these.au English jury »'i> 
know what to say about damages in cases of accident, 
present the juryman is what the conductor ought to be 
passengers' best friend. 



At 



m 



: 



' ■■ -I'"--.. I-:,,. ■■,.■ r.-...;. -..r : 
iovc <!»>■*. In ordw. at tmlf.pa.t time 

--« : ^'-;J rl.i'! ,v\ ivi H -::] i- 



' Tin; norm.,.; nujiiikr oi' run illdstrated 



€?1 "'..: 









LOi'DOy, SATURDAY, JULY 1G. 18CI. 

Two cases of railway outrage have excited much grave attention, 
though we may be permitted, in the interest of sober journalism 
to repudiate all the " loud writing," which tells us that the 
njclrnpr.!n. has bee, Ihrown into a state of agitation, and that 
gloom and horror have spread over the suburban districts. As 
a philosopher has said, an earthquake that would shatter the 
Pyramid would threaten the continent on which it is placed ; 
and an event that shotdd really agitate the monster metropolis 
would strike a strange blow at society generally. But big 
words arc dear to small folk. A cruel and wicked murder has 
been committed on the North London line ; but the journals, 
unhappily, have too often to record cruel and wicked murders 
to make it reasonable to say that the event itself causes the 
interest which is taken in the extraordinary affair. The cir- 
cumstances invest it with that interest, and it is intimately 
connected with a question which has long been in dispute 
between the English railway managers and the English public— 
namely, the question whether passengers ought not to be fur- 



We have no intention of discussing the details of the greater 
mc, nor that of the atrocious oul rage which i.s stated to have 
en committed on the South Western line. This latter case, 
however, has a stronger bearing than the other upon the com- 
mimicaliou question. A female, who alleges that she was 
grossly insulted by a fellow-traveller, contrived to open the 
door of the carriage and struggle along the narrow footboard 
ched another door, and here, having been noticed 
by a gentleman, she was held by him, in a swooning conditio.,, 
'■ the train stopped. The offender was given into custody, 
from which some magistrates, evidently blundering, have dis- 
charged him. Cases of this kind are,' unhappily, of frequent 
occurrence in this country, and thc-rcadiness with which the 
plea of intoxication is accepted as an apology or extenuation 
renders them more common than they would be if that plea 
were held to imply an aggravation of offence. For one attempt 
at murder there are ninety-nine cases of the kind we have 
mentioned, and it is to the helpless female traveller that the 
question i.s most important. 

The railway managers set themselves against any change 
which ahull enable a traveller to stop a train, and, so far, we 
heartily agree with them. No person can have I ravelled niu.h 
without perceiving that nine people out of ten are utterly unlit 
to have the least control over anything, and least of all over a 
train containing several hundred people. The idea is almost 
' ; entertained. There arc folk who would stop 
they did not understand some noise they heard, 
y thought they had passed a station at which 
' halt, or because thoy felt ill, or because 
molting. Could an affectionate mother hear her 
'" s next compartment, with the nurse, wc 
arc tar Iran .saving I hat she would not feel justified in asking 

the guard "jusl In pull upWamnir I." while she stepped into 

the recalcitrant angel. Timid, fussy travellers, not in the habit 
of journeying, are Hit- must intolerable of nuisances to those 
who are accustomed I, , the line, and would arrest a train in mid- 
trans, i because tl„. y f C!nv j t0 Clitch CllM fn , m a „.;,„!„„ which 
could not be pulled up, or because a sudden belief had shot 
across them that the ninth [mrtiuanleaii had not been handed !o 

the luggage-van. All ralional people are onliivlv w he rail- 

cay dircclo,'.. on this head, lint nobody i„ bis senses wants to 
have or to give anyone power to stop the train. What wc want 
and ought to have is a means of summoning the guard. 

demand, and the whole demand, and the public 



TUB COURT. 



On [ ici'siliiy w. ,1. the i. necoinp.,iii..-d lie Princes, Louis of 

"III 11 Helena, I I , 

"'"1 Prince -""<» "' U '"'i it. Later in the day l,-i M o-.l / 

: "" ■amed l.J Pnncn 1 rrnin-s I,„,.s nl He--. | ■', , , ,| l..,.' 

and I'rine.-, Loui-a, w.-n; I" (■;.,„- „, and vi~ii..-.l I'u.va M in,' 

.■t.ili'Iv. l'll-cn-s It.'.,!,,'", 1',. - ill, nnlin of l.l, !,..,„ . .„„, p,.,,,,,.,, 

\ r f lb 1 I II i r I i i , 

»'■"'■•"■ a.id.l he Uncl.e Jlaiichoslc, .iiTVed.u llteci-tle o.d dun-.i 

with her Majesty. 

Ye.-lerilav wts. 



,i I ,;h 



;■ Qii'Cn, ac.-.,nipanie,l by Princess Helena, do,-/, 
nd ioui and visited her alai.-ty's sell ,ol. a 
The v'eiy Rev. the Dean of Wiinl,,,,- .. „1 tl„ 
■ id her M ijesf 



.--;::. Mi-liii.eiit. Prince and 



l'niiee E.livav! of O'lS.-IV. , no I ,,... l),,cl',..^ ,,, v'[ no-li ■o..-|7,|'- 

b I i HI, i 1 1', no...- L , 1 | Iv I |[ ," 

Floialei M..,e,„,1 and Mi-s |li 1 1 , 111, 

lleg-bot Park. The (.'..mil ami f ,tevs ile Pan, arrii.-l ,- ,' I , , . 

'.:-' W , "";! ■',' ""'' ""■'■'"■- ■ 'I'h- Belgian Miiii.-l,-,- I M l„„.'. 

\ an do U, v.r al.o ha. I ||„. h ,f ,|n,i:,o ui ;l, ),,.,. .Majo.ty 

" i -i. nl 1 in which w, !l ,11 I,,- 

Fori Ciiinv-'Ile. Lor.1 Slani.-y m Allerl.y. ou.l ilio Ibglit II. a S.V 
(..nrge l.iey. Ih 1 1. In- via- . l-.i 1, of [he Cnaneil. |.,.l Cavil'- 
had ill Of her .Maje-tV. A II VI 

1 ' I J 1 I II 1 

',,"' ''■ .uhsequciuly Hi- .,i .m aoe onnaai. 1 l.v I'nne..,, Loai. of 

ll-s-sv I'ni.ci-s-, Lnui-a. and ll„. (.'ounces, ik- Par... drove mil la . 

I I 1 I-oii, of lies., and I he Count do Paris 

Oslo out. Pro, ce nil. I I'nuees. Is. in, oi lle=,o hmioui,,! ih- 11,-1 -iaa 

Muu-i.a and ihJtue. \a i .1, Who u-i, i' c , , .- , ,(:■, , ., ,, 

New Lodge. 3 

On Suiiilay the Q .en I!,.- Prince anil Princes Loius of Hess^ 

Louisa, Princess Beatrice, and Prince' 
in the private chapel ol tiie castle. 
officiated. TTie Prince and la '„v-.' o' w'al"''" jino'i.l'.'.'l lo'ih- 
J'""' 1 ' ' Cannaiilioa and Captain Ijrey. arrived at the c.i-tl-.-oa 



Helena, Pri .. 

I oop.,1,1 alletiiled Divine 

"" Rev. W. H. Brookfield, Chaph 



train I 



■su.llll g 

. It 

i stnhleii dealli 



I lull. 



Beatrice, and Prince l,„,.,|J, l.-fc Windsor Castle I 

en route tin (I, heme. 'J'lie .suite in att-iulaae.- eoji- 
, ,; U ". t . CS '. C>f C '' 1 ' '""■ ''"' """• Jlr '- 'hncv. the Hon. 
I i.-ia Ma.slouaiil. Jl.llle. He linn ,, Lieuteiianl-Genend Hi- II.,., (J 
Col, Colonel the Hon. A. llaoluige. Colonel Sn '1'. M 11. I|.,l,,|, 

M.,,o.-(,enoi-„l p. 11. (,'. V,, ,., (.■.,,„.,,„ ,-,,„ W , .„.,.„...;,.., J|, 

II, ill J.. I Mr Said. The I,!.-., a „.,, r.,-,.,,,...] at the Wind- „ .1 ,1 
I..V i'n ..ih.iaUot tiiollrea; Wo. (.an baikvay au.l eonduciod lot 

•'■' :l!l - ■ attaehoii 1 |.,a.,l uvoa. fitrnished by the i- 

Bailvvav- Coiiipaiie. tlo en_- : o-- 'oiug , m .vide- 1 'le, t !,.- I 
Its lieay C-iiii.auv. lie. Maje-iy an ived at Ihoj, „■- ; , 
..1st six, an.l.oil,ar!..-,l oulnodiaCelv on hoard lis- It. vol y 
I-air.y, ami cros^.l ihe Solent i. , I l.J,.,. „.., arriving at u HUart'or l' 

i"gbt. 'I he Queen lauded .„ 1 i„- I W ,- pie,-, and dm,-,.- t,, the h 

'I -iv I 'mice a nil l'riuo, -, ,,f Wale, |,,,n [, , V o,,f U,..- ( n provioav 

I- he, dii.irii.n. and loll Wuidsoi Ca, lie I,.,- Marl no, 1[„ 

I IS II 'I I KeO. 0,1 I S - 1, e, ..I . Jel I e O,.,0 ]. |, 

On Tucsda;- " - ■■ 



the South 

.kvieV 



Queei,, acconipa 1 by Princes, l.iu.sa. iv.ilked 

anddrovem the gionn.l, adjacent lo O-honie. Prince W 1111 of 

The yoimg Prince 



.S|,,|.-|V'- 



l Dobeneck and Count 1 
some weeks, for 

„e ami Prince.,, Helena, attended by Millie, de Graacy, 



.1. Ivvini Tin ha- had the honour of St 

; design of the Welsh memorial to the Pri 



.Mi. -M.n.-ies. ihe deputy surveyor, 
1.. Ins aliijestv a copy of lo- now ivo'k mi " Windsor (iiesl: 
too -t." v.lneii lo lieilieaied. he p,. rnii - -ion, to the 

'Ihe Hon. Caroline Caeeiidish and Ihe Hon. Fl 
oiueoou,,! tl„. lion. Hoialia Stopforvl 
a . maid, oi hoiioiir in wailing. 



Convu-i, for 
of pre, -aliug 



Hon. Harriett Phipps 



TH E PBINCE AND PRINCESS OP WALES. 

'the Prince ami 1 Vnie.-i .0 Wide, eojilinue .O Marllmrnuoh Ilouio 
....lei-day week the Prince, olieiido,! I.y Caplam I Ice.', 10 I- „■„ . 

Sol.-eiioeiul.y the Prince nml I'rineess went to Lord'. Cnokoi.... t 

and witnessed "■" - 
Hai-row. and a 

On Saturday lust the l'ouieo. ai tended lo,- Captain 1,'iev 
I-oril'., Crieket-gi-ouurl. The Princess, accen.' ' ' 

'e out. In the evening 

phi The:,, re villi their presence. 

i'.ieee nod I'liuce., i(f.-,,,lo.| Hieiao ..onloe in [he 

.lame-'.. The Key. 1 ho Suh- Ilea ,,. the He. 0. 

Alelv-ille were the officiating clergymen. 



Etna and 



' 'ii s I.,, 

I li.i|"'l ll.'.yiiJ 

Packe, and till 

lli'.' iil'tt.'nioon tlit.ii' iiuynJ ilij'line.^i 



...!■ (..' i-il ■ ■ 



Munil.iy (In"' Piinrv nii.l Piiiir,'--, (vtunic-.l ta .M.iill.nmiimrli H..n-f 
fi.iM \Vn,.|-i,r (.\i<h: Tlio:,' |;,, V :,] |[.,.|, !t ,.ss..'- idic-u-.n-.h wont t-i 
' 1T " ,I in thcCiti, wlu-io l!w Piiuc-.- n w e:null-a i 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



ic company. The Prince and TrinceM partook of 

, Hie n,a.p.-s and .var.l„n- •■! the cmpnuy Ii. 1. 1 . ■ - 
P.ino v.- if to Wimbled. m. In tin .-v-.uae, t..c,r Loyal 

ii.TOiiw i:..y..i iee,,, i'|. .._» ili ( i' i ", l '|.;;; 1 " : ™;;'- v 

dy Wri Hi ' I n ill) 

1 Kiiigdi'in I ' ill' I'm"'' "■ Toe 

],d Prince— iifteriini'is do, v.- 1.1 phi. wick and vented the 

Inavacrnf Sutherland. I.. » v.,ii„, 1 h-..; Ivy .1 II.-.- 

■ ,,i,.,„.r,,arlv. The Count and ' ''»>'"'■'■ ''" '""•■ U " "" ko 
,, .,.!. .i.l, ,.f UK- mid -iMi-ui-lunl company 



Tuosdny 
arlbotourrh llulise 



evnn Th'unii.- hv 

,e..,n, tn.n forTenoy. 
Marchioness of Cirmni-tiien 
. Lady ill "Waiting to the Priucoss. 

PBINCE ALFRED. 
Ifis IiOVal Ilielni..^ Prince Alfve-I letl Ivbahnrel, on T...«d .;.- 
,,1 ,,,,,„.;, ,!,„ fnu-atc Aurora. ivlir'- '■■' 
l.ii 1 al II 1 tl I 

Their Eoynl ninhi.cs.cs the Hin-hes. ol ( anilirne.' .al 

e'li'i.a.. 'i l.'r ibri.ler.Cottnpe.Kew. 

The I'nko and Duchess o£ Beaufort left town on Saturday 
The iii.kc ..f Bueclcueli has returned to Sertoli House, 
of Waterford has left Farrance's Hotel 



: .oi s .eel 1 
•■oily ,11., 

olivet la , 

pieine,.! a I':,ir, ue las . sn-tnakcr 
Netanh.-l, -. the ■' After U1..1V" |,oe.e- n. unihnr o 
U-nse and earnest mind, and an e-sentially nrfisti 
Mi U P. Marii,i>.a,r. picture. -Tli.- L.u Day in til 
i-liich won for its piv.n.n.-ly nnknoivu author such 
en at the Inf.. mail. null lollea. 



in, 1 



i, representing the <iis- 

of 1859-haa just been 
Pall-iiiiill. Tin: picture 



OKI Heme, 

'\ l \.Vv" large" |.icnm\ l>y M. Theodore GucUn, representing tlie dta- 
" * Emperor Napoleon 
.-i of tin. 1 Italian c: 

the Emperor. Three of 
representing thr ™ 

Eugli-li public 
whole number l . 

n „■„ ,1 -,-. 'tea. of thai 1..UL' ^ri> "f nnJion:il pn'tine . in procuring 
,.,,.,,],,,.. Fivm-lj Monarch e-imv b'>m- Xn . :il....v-..| 
i,l Ihf wAir. Ol" Alexander, doubtle-r- in adnhlUoi) nl 

'o. have .-..ughi p. outvie hi- pi-.j.k'1-L— t. Tin- great 

ilnc-stliL' acre- of llicm at Versailles-arc 

i,,!„ r !i-oi Fivueh arms or the empty -hows 

Few, very few. commemorate tlir 1»'."VIU 



ih painter ny 

tunes are already executed, an.l another. 

al of gueeii Victoria at Cherbourg on her 

or has been alrc;vly exhibited to Hie 

-allery of 1 «<;.'. The 




those truly gloi 
marked tin- giowth ot liberty. From the comi 
,,f this. ,-hiss M. Gliding picture is by no n 

< !..-e-.iiu'--. 



inej.i,':;! - v 



However, James Snowden, w^ib thai high co 
in which no one excel.- him, followed .-tea. lily i 




ii<.-. U.-teimuiou. me.u'r 

.■ lor ollVe t are. unfortunately, 



I. It 

itely, apparent everywhere ;— in 

Convu't.ol.al colouring; n> the packing and ha/v itue-alu/ mi 
SiecUltors.ulwl thrsad.n -u aninn- al« ,nt 1 ue n.._'-in- ; , in ill- nnicli 
ruled ninkt, of Zonaxe- : in flic convergence' of every line towams 
Eiiii"--i'oiV barge— even 
sible proximity, 



v, , ■;, ne- ■;' e^ 



,1 was passed over as u 

loMulil a, .lohn.h'i k^.n u.t-.iMarly lifiy > e.n- a,, .. ;. ,r ( ._ li.-.n i i 

Filiio da I'ma'.- .jreal niaOh. 1 le eni^fipieiit l\ •: I tiiMii. tle'iel;., 

ami K-fii^'d tn li.le lb.nl. u.- m,- i lie Mai.|in< n-v: -lay. I.etur- ba.i 
lJ„. detance w.v nui, Tb- i)n):o ,,-!ne,| H> limeb' oop-".' ■' 

,.]..:,.lv hi d.fli.-idliv-. I'" w.t, M-adied. alul, i-a'.ehin-r hun .»■..- 

!,„„v in l he cords ,„a,chcl tl.r race ont of the fire by "a Ion-,.:. 

neelc - The public deela,v,l ll.at. i..<V wa- canpletidy " ;tok i, 

while Ja..l.r, version ol it was ih.it the coir had Li- I V. 
,1„ tlni-h. and that he .1..,,' not move ..]«■» lum, alii,,-,-,, 
tlie taet of hi.- .•linnne; ami la^ne.' bia afoa- pa-.-.iu.'; the Chan w.i- 
li,,t in favour "i I he'a- -at im., Hmvever. for.Viam sare.l lar Wor- 
wuli him on the Thnr.-day. mo a ,.t Jl -hurteV di-l.' :w<: Ue\-'miM 
1 1 , i ! ■■! 1 V no to u„- y.OHt, asi. 1 Ll. Millet "ii eai hial df.--.7ii ->-.-' . ''i a - 

u ^ ' 1 1 I 1 I , t<. 

he I ad I',, heart, or he wa- ^.p- (a p..int en uhieh Sail, lo.-.-r. W i- -> 
cnvi.iCed at iiie pt-: that h- ,aved ;t l-nuerl. or he was e., [.,•,, ;,.',]. 
1 „i,l.)e-t..n i- H..W I -' lav.aii-iie tm the U-rby ,.; . to I. aada- b.irli 
:,,,.)„ ,'l„N, .rl!,. a Kn-'and lli.-nnnd at V... k. t lie un ,oi p an, Let w- -i. 
1 111 1 1 1 ^ ' ' ' ' 

ll,,nk thai Tin l»nke v.ill n.-.er -, t. tip a lull, a point m \,,u.-i 
|, u ioin-,f|i excel,, Alleiiti..n ha.- I^'n dno'tcd to the lacl InaL 
.lu.lv and L'lie-t.eihel.1 Slala:.-- have been won eleven tune- li.V 

,,„ Mork of ("Ulautlo. -.,vA tha, the nm -lala have never b-en w. 

tinv \ear exeeol b\ l.aU.ee Sue], „i ,. I <_7 ueMi ■., I ::> . 

i-elity, . he -i.Lject of thede. e- ? ^ h- h t^la.n.-! to- ^'^ "^ ^' 
],.,r,l Haia/man vva- uao,,-- I . 



I.i [<":al pie- 'In ■■ l-> then' [].il..i'ii i M-lmaiioa O.-Aael 
,; ,.,i 1,, .... ,■ , , r. <■!" 10" .■ipp.ir-Tit'iT L'i:ij>f r:"P -uah.-aui, I 

id actually break forth a> the boat, ncare 



And 






t- they ,-lif.v, 

. ..- abtedly a scei- — - 

],. { ,r,ui i he Italian' in then lae.icb ItWy a;or weie He, ur ■ ' 1 

I 1 ..a;-_o.er> all.e.va ,».- ,. ..' the 

vy'eak V.euie-paintine and t he dithciilty of -ueh 
cannot iind ex.ai-e for I ho pauiluu; o[ the , 



painter of reputaii. 



Mlbjeet. we 

ami tlie distracting 

works of a marine- 

_ :ould not l.ul e. he 

e theartot miyhl, pelhap-, have emu I 1 b..t he 

e-.-n.-n hue the u,ae;aiuee!ii auip!iitheat re ot "h..'iniv:i 

a l,aekei...u..L A- U ! = . We only -ee t.he Ve, y !■ .1 1 V 

■' .verteni mole. Mannc [.aiiUin- has 



nightly lightboiiM' on the v 



M. foahn. ety 



pretentious perforaiance. 



^•eater advantage that 
"■allery a selection of water-colon 

11 I Ml 1 -1 I I 

V, aile LloVMU;: m |.ehltC e-l-Ulittf.ei, ha- pi^t 1" ■ n pi u-d U .i ■ \ n 

i ill H .aha -eie_. whet, 1 ,11 tl 

upR.-en: avne. ,.i Aleeria. and eompn-e view, ot the towns am 
di-tiul al.e-,1 Al-ua-i ot that an-y _.ea, a- K were, of In IU am 

,,,-,n.;.,ie-.tl.- bom. ■ o. tb- bird,- kal.yV- , aad-.l va, ton, ,,.„„ 
! r 1, 1 < i M I i. ei 1. -I., in.;, olden -..ope 

te.'iLrr iMth iei.o-eniati.nl, .d f-i •.-. chatea-. i, ui ..-.-. and Pun - 
■ ,1 ,H | 1 ' H I I 

' .tic [.hello. Delia and .Iran:'" a-;"''' 1 -' 

In addition to the comparatively 



FINE ARTS. 

5TR. H0L3IAK HUNTS NEW PICTURES. 
The fir=t impression derived from the aimnnuceinent 

Holtaai Hunt wa^eie-.er.el upon ipi-tmeot " London Bru 

Ki-ht . < the Marna", of the l'rnic. and ['rincC*. ot \\ ales 

nleitri i.ie ti.n.r.-t that a leader..' wliat has I.l-ou clam 

,,,:, p.. ,.,.;,! .,:,,,.,i ,!,.,-,dd .Iio.ee a -'e.fi which seen 

r.U.er for a painter Court ill", l.ef. ee ail t h,u!.^. n .'.oriel y— :eldi-;-.-- 

u,.; himself to the vulgar pas " * 

t veu the cxt-nH.- of a I'.oyal 

(1 . e a,-.i-i |,ad l'.en leinpt".! into enl.n' hi nlne^ to himself 

"itioii. For. reinarkahle in many re-pect-s 
■' 1 online, of the .Siviour m the Temple "—a-, an original 



I they £ 



.,,,-h'ai. .. .i.-nV aeau. : Ailu.ii.il lb.« - :' 

l>-id S , 

.loel.e^ fin 
l..,i,;-hip a- 



apo'i-igj- and 



r Uhamb.-i- 






. teal 1 ul ilepreeiaM.- 



1 ;::z; 



the t-leeiuie-re stock yvhen 

r.r i-|,k,iiiie- a.ul l.-O'ian feali\ 

them alone. The Diss yeai _ 

William Hay. Ifodnnian 1 Men took 

Tlnoe Ycelctto.- ueeiaeieil Still gs„ and a Promised 
Giles's dam made :;un -.. Uacine, ineui are Ou. 
and eearlinys with a va.ae In the entiie-s ; and if 
H tl i a " K I I 1 t y 

"Viidor A.!..- Lend Henry Dentine!; n' 
,o 1 1 ,,t l.r.l, ; .-tlie-, lor i unity ol ht- 
ml ih, -ixiv-n.ii ,..1.1 ue-isa; 



nun. 



ealnra'ed f.,rai. 



Of the essay on ..eilotine l,y 
! M M i 1 1 k e 






Professor 11. Westmacott, K.A. 

'* Encyclopaedia 

a i ( Handbook of Sculpt. 

;'n e— Di-',; "s''t,', Vay," in point of compendious- completeness, 
.y.' ,),,. ;., it,,., lain. .if iu-Hv o!aeia-e.. tlieiie lias been no 
i.l,a,„.iu.ov iv,.;k in l-aiel-h that vyvuld ailoi.l nilorin.il n m np,,!i 
tlie eaneial lu-t..ry of the art. its pnuriple-. and i„-a.;tic- : a"d 
that M-i nilil. in pari an !:ir, .Inae if- n-' and c -ada l":l m aaenail lines. 

and si^eialiy J-.i t tie .top. !,v iilia-h it leaeli'-'l the euimenee it 

,,„„ ,„,! :,„„.,, ., ii., llo-el.-. 'toe ivanl ol -n.-h i k h.i- lone; l.e.m 

,,.,,. I, i ,„,« aipplleil in ,, a-av,l,.,teiilld,„||,lle-. 1, „. I „ , Po ,|, -„r 

,, . ..■ ii ,ai 1 - „,,,„, ■,!„ hi, ■an, ],l „ •■ -a a aaadnol 

,-s' coinpendiiini of, sculpture. The 

ppear to us most sound ami trust worthy ; 

inferred from the Professor's own practice, 

■V incomparable 



Jenny Ass" and 

.O reserved to himsel I Hie 

lnmters, bought in eko-eii 
SMTOn, 

in.ly f,,r,i ..a- ,a In- Poo Map'- ef-ve', pa, elaoe. went up to ..,„,,;,. 
Jl.'-.'yiiapk.- le. i ','',,, ' ' 1 i'i'. 

{'.'. a lie, e.-'e.'.-e-ai'ii . .. ami , p.ea'.-d- n.r the thee hilfho-t bits 

I „„-,.,,|,.,„. i„,i li-e -al a! e. Hi ■ A S ii. Mr. Bet. a R ,. Ml. 

,., ,i , , i , |, ..; , ,,-,,■ I,, u la. stad-:;r.„a!U Lawsoa. who lial 
, I died fi,,a. the kick ol a mure ljel„:n;ul|: 

t :l.e I'-..ke ol r-t. Albans. , , „ ~ 

p.,, .,,,,..;,,, -nil Hi,. ..id, r of Hie year. la the Ilieav v. hi.m 

inaiehthe »■ ,1a -J I a o . I . -.an w itl ,. aeanet Lu ,u , vxi v. a ,ve . 

a, Praia- i.M.oll ■-■ H"e ni.-de a" 1 . "t ivhie, i,„ I.;.. 

, , 1 1 I \\ M I I I 

II „■. p-hii, e.aeleani ,, m- ped Hum. v. J ■< M •■ »fu I-. I ■'• 

,;.„-, a m «. ....In. ...Ill.yl.it.- - -d 10... before lie .a 

, |1 111 11 , . ii 1 ( Ii i 

>,, iviauie-lhilfona llu- n 1 1 1 

1 llisres,...!, i.-ly P, II"- Hiarey .em. -nl P.l i.e. un.l Wn-u. 

Au.ae.„,.,,,e.a,v I. H,„lie -d Atk-n-on fe,a.-ht veeP ,„ 1 ,rk- 

.!„i,. ; ,ea,l..tt. ail, a,e, -1, a-,, ,a Pa. Lot s Piece : l.ul leu H-ywnl, 
i , i 1 I" '1 ' ' ' , , , , 

,'| ,. indict le- lie P,-i,e,a,a-.v. The Maryl.-bolie -eve celebrated Hem 
i e-.. la a ia .a, e I" It an- 9 dull ftffiaiT. 

' The chn-et-iues ia the <---. rem ea-. ; , ;i ,a,,l to va ; a„ aa, 

lie,,- una la I'l i en- a cuite a n! HP-laa :„,, lift I ■ t-afi , -o- 

y '.ein.a-er . 1 t HI I 1 I I ' ' 

ver.doti ell e-eaui:iil 11. hi under torty t ,,., 

.ia- i.-eii by Sir. A. Fiiilay's KU.neny. 

PONTEniACT AND WEST niDINO r.ACES.-TOESOir. 
r l ', -Too. T«», 1 "- 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



SKETCHES IN PAliLIAMENT. 

\:,:.t,.,y_ 1 1 1 1,.' :.... I ad 1-.-.' di if.. I .. lit il I- pa- = ib'.e ' 



with. a tlchditaV 1 a:iimati'<u which J'i-t s.tiv.I the p'irp^o of tie- 
instunt. The sj r!i uf the Premier >v^ simply h-.i-mic— *-Hk^ and 



carefully tin provocate 






Uealb '■-I-:- : ■ 



? ijf hiS ItC^t (|ll:lhtl-S t 



ikv Page'. wa= touchy enough to take up 

t l-i S lllft.ipll.ii.illlv •' hitching Up his 

.■gitnn.-ito enough in the fun of the 
le peculiar: -ami. in tuiih. Mr. I)i*r:ir!i 
i ilit: ipial.ticali.eis which In- posjes-e-i for 



lazy Arabs into (loin 
the shape of rninntit 
wicked nljout his eye.", 
of late most people h 



sopchul. and hurled, ; 
was created cca=ed. I 



Oddly ^nougThe °rose 
the same time that Lor 
it is not easy to overtake 
stenographers well know 
rattled away, leaving n 
until, somehow, Mr. La; 
a gentleman, of his milt 



■ 1. 1 lu~ N'i:ii n-h n-ivo, and 
i- width hi- n-cd tn k» k 

■ a::i machinery. Muili. in 
ami thciv via* -om-lh-''g 

li- meant mi-clne". W<il. 



-:;.'i;-:"::n 



uly -!i. «■';!:".;■ 



W, ? ,.l up wills an at.Ti.l.nt nj bound and demanded t 
ruld '■),-■ taken down." Tin- i- one of tli-^-o nnvb-rion 
■v pree.vdin-s which imply fearful oon-eipienee,. > 
I'mcd ami mythic;.! that the prnd-Ti. -c of r li-_- .-speaker! 

lv '-i. a i ■■-■ r! n i l i s'li.M-r.! a- l ■■ ■_ . i nl-.-'l Mr. La yard, ill 
z.rity hinted that In: h:nl heard w...r-c 'aiieatai/el -:f. -r-j in Ui 



innour of hi9 opponents, 
■ and to show up the chief 



In talk already, and l 



TYniubn, tW a • - r \\ '.*>■ --. wa- a renre-cnianec man — ;U:it the Speaker 
:iVlir:itul !:,•= -"uii.'ik.n- at i.nof. and. u; r..-.a ,iiun-.n-l. n-- that the di-pate 
I-*.' compvomi-.d. in-smuti-d lli.it the par'ic- to it Were stihi'aently 
pum.-hed bv t!a: ecn.-iuc which h;cl been pronounced on Lheau all by 

:<L'a;a-i .-Troii-.- . .r « 1 n-ive *.-\\>v -don-, Ah.'a' tl s,. V e,-d 1 til 1 i 
p,[ l!:..' M.r. . ai. d there was itnthiug in Hi--' di-cn-wai which was 

Ciil'-'ldiiti.d V- v.arll;i!r t i i ■_■ Attorney -< iel n.a'.ll. Wlleli liO to-:e lit the 

properly late hour, to do hi.- part for M im-t./rs. A, In, unne.d.ate }.•■:- 
dcce.-o'r wa- Mr. IVar-orkr, I lie ta-tof a long lin,- i.t' nobodies I Mr. 
Pent'ia.k. with his attack mi the ind.. pendent In-h member;, being 
wor-hv tf iv-erv:iHou>. there wa* no mi-s-i'ty for :tn eager and 
l : .red Sit R..i.mle!l Pahnci. though showing 1:1 in- 

ri-t tpi.MT.i' ''f' an hour that b<- I. id witim: i.nii -toreil for Use some 
(h::?uci.> (■"■rvi-ive material. \ .1 with a riuic-s to the inoiuetit iv;i.< 
:«i.oi[m.tilali'-. - im-flv. liinkin". a- iiie.'lit have been ex]>ee:.' 1. a 
K..n.ln-fi.: (..-<■ :".T Mir.i-teix Tl.e .h-bate had -ormhow lo-t it. 



-i.^iiai.-i! ubiifrrvei^ dom diH'ovriiu;. The 

I hy nnly two members, titid therefore it iv.i 
oppomtiU into one division-lobby. It * 



..."■m",;.V--.« ll:"il 



I i:ui ^ M,|.|.,:i,-rt : 



triumph 
. pii.le.-, ^iu.wer from that 



got a majority of 
ui tA.i.g -pioxii 

the (..i.vernuielsl i: 

of thtrly. foity. a 



iPeer* 



■ri-e : V Tei-i!.!-- or d;-a,;:e"able. a.eo: I u^ 

. aiiempted ;■. > i.onic.il ciiceiin.j. and «*ce 

I been pninp on a ornate toni?nedi^!it. 
(In- Comniuii-, had tiai-hed then- work 
■ h.Sibv and ^alleriei .>f the -other 
juud that Miiu-te^ h..-l ab-ohf-lv 



was going on. hveu with tins again,!*, them, 
e sneh a head that. I heir defeat was only nominal; 

>re are the regular :ind hitherio tiui ailing niaj. .niie- 
fifty, wluch the Tory Lords cmld bring again-t. 

Wiin.stei> f ' vva., oy no mean, ra-ily to b,- an-were I '.viae; a pal|iab!e 

redu.'!i,m to a paltry '-nine" vva- all they cnild do on tliis oi'ea-ion. 

Probably Mmi-ter, weoj not I. he only person, who were glad thai the 

11 gieat debate" was over. 



IMPERIAL PAR LI AM EXT. 




-i Uiat the policy of the Oovc 



, tlierrli*! hceii soin" vet 



).:• I.i.^:.m.i wis'i ,;iv,n cli-i-ir.-. Ho .1-in. .1 thai r!n- Tr.; nr 

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.— Monday. 

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HOUSE OF LOADS.— Tuesday. 

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11...- Ii:.i!n(.)fric-' r. ill [.r^-,.,1 Hiroueh Committor. 

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*n firr w " ,c Civn Biu court * <I,, "°"" ) Bm wm ""° rM *°" 












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iversities Tliere w,cs, bo s.n.,, n gcem! 

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METROPOLITAN NEWS. 
he Duke of Camlji-i.lse, on NVdnosdny, presented tLc Ctli 
I U.o first iiiooluio of the nrosout ennnoil of the Society of 



'I'll'- l» .n,l i!i. 1 now „:c:iiii.l...al t»i---i- ivlii.-li lun Leon nlnoed nl 

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. Chili, on Monday. 



The memhers of 

.street, of wliicli we give fhi Engraving on jinge ...!. 

'J 'In- line, ii has addressed a commmiieai i.m to I he directors 

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Lust week the l.irtlis of 1x7c; e-Li 1.1 , on — Oli? hoys and OOD 



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Hi. Tii.'~. lay .-..ine .satisfactory hai-lmiir trials we-ie made in 



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1.1 its first r..,M-or-;ni.,„.. on Tliur.diy week. 



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es, accompanied l.y the Princess, 



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SHOVEL-l;.\rp. AT KIM; s LYNN" REGATTA. 
Till-: Kind's Lynn Unynl l!e„Mlta Mr rn.ying-boat.; took i>la,ee I'm 
y. .f. a? ii-nal, nn Ihe lM.';iiii;l'nI ".rajuhl pieee of t!i-_- n ver U-t ■ j'i -! 
:ii . ve tin.' I'YcC Dri.liTf. Anion;,'.-!. '1m.' rac'-. two wi.-re peculiar t > llr- 
dit-nict. One \v;i> inr - yitu-! i«>;it ■:.'" wliieii ;n-r -in. ill, low cuno'M, n>-.vl 
fi.-r ■'i-i!;--] l r.r.riiiL;. :iini ruv p.nl.l!.-.! l.yoii-.- lil:f!i -[:i ruling up in t ! ■ -- 
l.o.i i. The orlie; r.uvv, a- lor -htp'.-i l-i:;t-, cmcIi p:t<l.ll._'u. by six men, i/iMi 

st'i.i, ;ind n.-e I lie .-liov ( .'N in the xnue \v;iy th;it ^ivage- p:nMle tli-ir 
canoe?. La'.'h Imal riivrie.- ii nvts«-niii ; ;uul it iv.i- ;ui ;iLnu-i:u' -i',''r 
to se-e the giviit. Imrty con]-p..rti.T- ilrivim: the boa:- thrm./h di,; 
wiit. r in the Jin- e;iei-e-i.'t:r 111:111. i,--', 'J'I,.' tir-t prvv, t^ I'l-.. w.i.-. won 

hy the Active; the -eemul ,t I. ml l! 1 Iil.-=. ; rliir.i, £1. Five hiy.V-i 

e-taitfil for the mee. We ,1,'lve mi lilu-lnit ion -howiue; the \>0iV- .-. >o:t 



OLENIXO OF THF (OLoXIAL PARLIAMENT AT 
GRAHAMSTOW, CAPE Of GOOD HOPE. 

Till- criMi'-u and \\-e.-.lfni pniviiio of the Can- colony were lo-u; ili-t- 
pwtmg about tlxe sent of goyerninent, The. eastern provim ■. v.. . : * 
capital :il ti'ialiDinvtuvn, lino or 7ni) mi].-- from C ipctoien, ivv.lt,' I 



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np a pown Imt ' 1. -h'.r or '.tf ]',\:n:k K-l in :i't'."i. lance. A few : 
The Pionl. ■: • Philip \Vo.irl.. .u.-o. clatl in tli-.' Wm.I-.a- uniform, :in<! w.-;irii 
in ]]]> wig ami gown ; . ;imi invinU-is <-t tin.- Up! cl Jlo.i.->u i Lv-'"=1 '1. vt l'..iiu. ij [!:■ :; cntctol Collar and IV.^d ol i.hv Li;i.Ui. < ..ui.- ..h ..■■.! lit'.; hall, bowed to the l 





THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




bled lieees and to both nouses of Parliament, and took Ms Boat in the I Bis=et and half a do/on oilier pmlntn, wore on the Governor's i the Colonial Secretary; his Excellency! then read the speech, an 

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t.ny. il:e Atlii-i.ev -(.;.:;...!.::. .n.l lie: II-:;. ill. Milky, with Cel.i-cl hlxeelleniy having Lien hii tea:, a mai.iwri].: iv:u handed to him by I South Africa, subject to the reign of our Queen. 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



COUNTRY NEWS. 
The state apartments of Windsor Castle are open to the 

S r Molar] 7li,k- Heidi, a < .iiiMrvativc. w.-is returned iin 

At the Kinpstuwn rer;a:i,i the tirM prize fit' <me hundred 
Tie Corporation of the )>r.i,.>>r;h t.f (Jnildf..rd have resolved. 






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A-r. i-ilinp to : ; .. Yirh>n<( ll-.',' v Chr.>;:-,-l.-, .'..m-ieon men 
w.r. u.i.nim.1 in Aj ril last at Elite Inlet, British Columbia, by the 

(in Mftulay an .■ttk'ial d.ietmient was printed showing that 
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Wonder, which arrived at Southampton, nn 



The mail from the West Cn-t ..f Africa brings news tt 






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number ..f^wriUr-coloLir -!r:iv. i, L - iiif! j,;. : .re-- fir.m .IhT.rfnt. 

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tci of An 

riliiiUil by the Etui of fcliul'tt-bury. 
r-".M,blMl Coins.— At the ieeent >ale of Captain Miirehi^orTn 

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MONETARY TRANSACTIONS OF THE WEEK. 
(From, our City Correspondent.) 

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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



• KW THEATRE ROYAL. ADEI.PIII.-Solc 



TJOYAL ST. JAM Ess THE \ I'll K. 
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TNSTFjTTE HI' PUNTERS IN water 
MRS. GERMAN REED an<l MR. 



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npHB PUBLIC COMPETITION 



rpHE UNITED ASSOCIATION OF 

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CJIIAMKI: and CO. (Limilcd).— NOTICE IS 



"IHlTl'llE FRAMES I,.,- il,c COLOUR. 



yxw hooks. 

T7i N C L A N D'S BARDS 



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r WINDOWS i.i .lilT.TOiir styles 



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■TINTS ON ILLUMINATING AND 



LANDSCAPE-PAINTING and SKETCHING 
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TJOBERT COCKS ami CO.' S LIST of NEW 



1VERY MAN HIS OWN PRINTER.— The 

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■OUTUsTS .lriive a-Mit-mnil i.l.vi<iire in their 



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E EQUILIBRIUM CHAIRS. 



ITIHE BDRLINGTON FDRNITDRE 



IRELOAR'S COCOANDT MATTING 



lOLMAN'S No. 1 INDIGO BLUE ; 



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/~IHEAT WESTERN RAILWAY 

11 'hi; ui.-r Tli KrM-...Ni: MONTH tvro now Ireud fro 









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T INCH N'S-1 



S.INN HERALDIC OFFICE. 



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R FAMILY ARMS— the LINCOLN'S 



I I'.HI S.INN HTPVLDIC OFFICE. 
77" EYZOR "ami BENDON'S two-guinea 



"TJENSON'S WATCHES.— " The 






rVESERVF,!— MAI'l'IN. WERE, m 



"TVESPATCH BOXES.— MAPPIN, WEBB, 



-BAGS.— MArPIN, WEBB, and 



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1 i vil WI.I'.R, and CO/3 


TAMES LEWIS'S EAU 


DE 


COLOGNE of 


TLPXQri.sITELY PE 

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RFUMED KID 


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ILKS! ' SILKS! . SILKS! 

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1 IU1 1 fchadM from2fl. 8<1. 

■ -.ni.h i'n.:n;T:n c;t.a« ks '-.'. -i-,- i.ri P ht\ to tho Mew c^ioure 



pREAT SALE of LINENDRAPERY. 

«.mi i I V 1 Sl t ..v.i.. Fill r.,i.,.'iii,, 

LjI.uh., ilui-.ii.. l... ['......-.,... I..-.'H. Hoaitry, Oiovos, 



REAL INDIAN TUSSORE SILKS, 
E*. ul . ft*. -"]., m..l niP. r.d t),n ,,iocc, ^r ]^n e th cut. 



riREAT SALE OP SILKS, &c. 



G REAT 



T SALE of LADIES' 



K IN( 



tattehns rosT-PREc. 
TTING and CO., BLACE SILK. 



I'-mUIiS RIHIXG ll Mill's. ,if M.pi.'1'iov ,. 



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pETER ROBINSON is now selling 


"VI" EW CHENE SILKS, £2 !)s. Gd. the Dress^ 


"VI" E W FOULARDS, 


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OIRE ANTIQUE S^ 

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:ETRES OF FRENCH 









TlfOZAMBIQUE BAREGE,. 



TJETER ROBINSON win ,,[!,, for Sale the 

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pAMILY MOURNING. 

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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



Ku^l.-iiul. looming, by the death 
■--■ •ngtothet 
..: iK- h: 
..-.■ tl.r- I-..1 



. < .. mr.cii, l\v:\ ■■■i the fnmilv of Iirunswick-Liineburg. Let 
us now iu-jc! tl..- citv, which is under tlic sway of the 
T'nm-wirk-Uolt nt.-i::.-! Imc. And first to the catliedr.il, built 
hv Henrv the Lion 111 honour vi tha' mdent saint. St.. Blaize. the 



:il-:. - h.nv trai.-po-.d two 
rite city. However, wlu-th-r 

.-. :|i i; - -. promoting stor.es 
i::ot!i"i'. :uid to «ln.-p.-r the 

id- of -.In .-t-jlid lo-aug-a-. in 



. . ...1 i;.n..-\ . •!: '.11, ■ i,:ivi- fallen 111 battle. Among tl 
t conspicuous of these warriors arc Charles William Ferdituu 
his heroic son l-ic-d.-nck William. The forme;*, who h: 
the Seven Yea:--' W:ir. w 



gained hi3 military 






Germans, declared that 
grim priesthood and sj 



Hi-','.: m. 
hgatillg 



lukcof \?eJl 



lU, and his younger on 
The training of the 



This Duke < 

'fax 






r ■ pinL; watch ,i:..l ■.- ■ 1 ■■■• ..:• -wel- in a " Bnstile 
1 om ill- s-un and '.hi. 1. ... as .A!-. R. U-ightou sings. Mystenuua 
! \c= a;.; ti.il of I.:- - .■ >.. whan t. ;■..■.■ »o1u;uf. I diamond-: ;oe Kept . 
I w (!!.■'. 1! : -hief -■, ■.,! 1 :'...i co .1 open, spung-gnns. are to onatiged 
as to kail hint on the spot. In spite of all tb-.-e precaution-. 
however, the precious gem* wi-n -to!eii witliin rim- la.-: yeur. though 
tl.- v were qx.eddv r. CL.v..u-.l bv :ln- vigilance of the r rem Ii p. lice. 
It is not likely that wh,- : he" i«.v,s his jc ' ' 

img-place 111 the tomb ■■! ins futl.-i-s, Ni 
■.■ar.-or-Dnke-s lie the a,he, of Caroline, wi 
least as sinned against as sinning, even if 
alleged against her. The -i-vcu-1 -ranched bi 

■ atlu h-al. ppe-enta-d by II my the Lion, is itmnmauie •» ucm K a 
rojiv of that winch stood in trie temple at J-.--.ii--d-.-m. This might 
well be, as representations 



i.itoi.-e IV.. 



■ ■t.Kcr relic-', which ••■■■:■.• p.duied oft upon the pi. an -unphotv of 
Henry ^ l.ca ':.:■ was m P.i'.estir.c, wh us a gr.fnij'-> claw and a rib of 
(Jolin'th. of wi..-.:, IV.fc-- 1 (J wen would be able to give an account 

-hgnuy at v;.nam.-e wun inai of trie r ..he-mongers of those days. In 
.. square opposite to the o.-rhedra! -tauds .1 bronze lion on a high 
pode-.t.d. Tins wa- hiought from L'ou-Miunrmopiehy Henry, and is said 
iu represent tbe tame !;■>:. whan used 10 f..|l..\\ 'hat Monarch wherever 
he went, and after his death to have died for grief at the doors of the 
Cathedral. Credat J tufa it*. 

We next come to the Ratli-haii. . or" w!. . I, we five a:i Engraving. 
It is a truly magnificent specimen of arclutccture of the thirteenth 
c.Q'.niT. and .-peak.- of a time when t lie burghers of Brunswick had 
no need to count the eo-t Ixf. re they s-nt down to build. 



A- ...;-=■. •;■ .-. ■_ ■.:.■.-;.-- .-.;■■ ;. iiu-e of S f . M^in in, 

.-•. iVitherine. and >i. Andre a- ; the tatrercf which ha? a ^te-T-pi.e .'il'i ft. 
hifi'li. and i? ornrn -■■'..o -i ..:; :;- ; .v.t!i *A<; with the figures of cripples, 
;■- though >t. I'Tigtdiiv- ha.] I.e-en ealle.l in t- . -ive his advice a:- to llie 

Ira! - the nubeiim, which contains the usual 

rr,h,.-.-t;on of fo-:!«. in rdn ted ?tatne-, niaioh.-a ware, silver plate, wood 
:!-)■. .v-irr carrii;^, ar..l "-;■.--;■ ruticlc- <■'. v;rt'i. l^-id..= the nnif..r!Le= of 
Fi-i.T^k the Great and the Duke Fredera'k William of Bnn.-Mo-k. 

- ind nnn- hoi ; .- of ?r. Elai/o. with foiu-teen antique rintra 



still remaining on his fingers, rather a large amount of vaml 
Baint to have can-ied about with him. He must have been or 
of jewels ; and a= he i--* the ].;iti-on Miinl of Brunswick one cai 
■■■■.- whence Duke Charles has derived one of hi.i tastes. Here 

an intere-ting cup. sai-1 o, haiv- been carved hy Kosciusko in 

There is a tolerable --..lleetion of |.n:;iires in the rauseu , 
.. r lingular power, by Jan Sf?en. of I/.-yd-m. \:),o--e unfoilniiare 
|.v..|*!i:-ity did not |»v-v ( ..nt him from holding his " 
and vigorous band 



i with a steady 



■ Kattle ■-■! .: 



general sensation < 



[ r.-r r.nr hv H-ib-n <■< hi--- great friend arel 

•. Whatever the merit* of the pietures n 

tidered worthy of i 

German towns o 
■ is rarely son 
the truth mus 
vays a look of faded splendour, accompanied 

f fnsrine--. that detracts greatly from the flav 



i confessed 

aded splendour, 

the iii'ellectna.1 feast. As.rl in Druu-wiek the walks are particula Iv 
Probably in anticipation of the coming artillerj', which 



towns in Germany, 

a time when the dire 
four great 

iS 

fiel-1— should not bi 






very year, with 
all the inland 



ach one" belonged to ti 
dcelmed since the Middle Ages. There was 
. of the affair- of the Lea pic wa= int)-,i=ted to 
1 Bninswick was one. No such prospentv is 
even r.o=-:blo, m the=e time? ; but there is no reason why 
3od fast upon many i |ianl-:V.nghV 



ui [:.-. ■■ good t 



■ may hope will r 



* only antagonism 



THK NATIONAL KIFLK ASSOCIATION AT WIMBLEDON. 
Most Londonei-s and visitors to London in the season have enj.-.ved 

' ■-. 'i.^l Enpaving presented to our -iib-.:nl-.ei-s with this houbie 

Numl-^i of the Il.l.r^Tl! vn:n l.u>-[>u.s Nhws. ^n,,^ July, Isiln. when 

first meeting of 

degree of 

iliciencv in the n*e 
as well as of sp 



; . ■■unity at Mid-ummer, rlurine; 

; that gay and animated scene v 

lgi-aving presented to ou 

tlic (,'uceu's own hand tired the first 
th" National Rifle Association, each 
marksmen at Wimbledon has shown a 

weapon. The concourse of perforrr 
at the-v interesting trials of skill 

u-.v-u.-r than the me i:\< for tli-ir are. .[cmtvlnri.-.;!. The i.'nuin.-il h^t year 
fenmcl t..at the spa. c the:; ii'.elo^ed lu id the 'e.uinliei e.f tarerel- at Their 

■ i,-]"--a| trel\ b t 1 h.-urcr? whr. |ii-e->ed fonvard 
e.i'.'erly. u'ay after day ami a;i .la v ].in g. to c-.m per f» in one class or 
an.-rin-i for the pn ;•..-- whie'n thev ha. I •■■■ ..iV.'r. L'hiv year the increase 

■ ■I r'nnd, at the di>i">-,al of the eoun.-il, and the interest ^laavn all over 



gathering of 
)fi: 

-pctatol-s. 



iln.r provision, and the Assoc 

gi'ound to its right " to such an extent that the w 

last year standing on the flank of their array, thi 

forms as nearly a*. p"-<ihle the centre of their position. Last vt 
there were not more than sixty targets; this year then;, are 
to i:i eightv-one. The attractions in umir; and article^ of vain 
away as prizes, amounted in July, !sr,;'< to £43o0 ; at- the 
meeting they make up a sum of over £oiiiift, in which i 
no account is taken of prizes such as the Elcho Shit 
others possibly to he forfeited in a subsequent compentu 
companion with I860, tbe rapid growth of the undt 
w : :i be even more manifest. 



value, as alrea.lv Mated. 
.Ii:f;cal'\ of locomotion 



C.Vaio. l-) n , : n.-vr-ibie 



suprest- it-e|i to every mind. The great 

is to be met and solved. A competitor who 

1-.- i; told ott to tire at a range near the Wimbledon end of the 



I in another competitic 
t no joke to march a go 



under a broiling sun, such 



difficulty, and 



)ly in anticipation 

L make very -non wori-; of the fort.ried towns of the Middle 

Ag. -. the rampart ; «ere levelled in \,'M and converted into plant- 

--J Talks for the inhabitants. The park and gardens around 



md walks lor the inhabitants. J. lie pi 
' palace (the former one having; been bi 
n honour of St. Blaize or in disgust a 

most probably) are also open to the public. 

fo the recreation of the people, there in a beat 

i ..-..- hading from the tow 

e-n.Ulab of which are hn 



the Duke-- < ha'. "I A\ Richil! 






tasteful parks, Bruiiijwick [.o^esses 



d charm the tourist, the antiquary, or I 
i flying visit to gather much as to the 



ition. The Council, foreseeing this 
Ivauce with the times, procured, "' 

an o it. ay or some z. ii»i, a tramway K-a.l.iy movable to any part of 
cmii-.o],' but at pn.'ffiit laid ibn n'ti-.-iu tlieMte of the old CramlS-t 
lorhe - Giiiirds' Camp' 1 at the x-utheru extremitv ot t.h.-in.dos 
T\:i ;:ai..way is of the same elemeniary but serva .-able kind wl 
e\i-;.-d many year- ago in a few rural and mining district--, where 
i'orine i the preeursoi of the existing -\ -'.em of railways, 
four in number, and intended to -tart at intervals of te 
i-ooinv. well adapted to the object in view, and can be moui 
quitted with the greate-L t-ase. Then -hap-e maybe described 
t-'.\a;':" i at ion of the Irish long-car. the s~-- J " 
- :. hid-.- the 

ou.utb.i- bv imagining that the point oi upper hail of a capital A was 
struckotf and the l.ov.r portion iuum.t,-d upon wheeU, At lea.st sis 
p--:-on.s can be accotniuoilated on eilher uf there sloping sides, mid as 

', i, h i . o I l u I i! I \f 1 1 mi v,i. i 1 e 






■ 
officers in charge of ranges to be Quartered i' 
on.- place, as th.'v forn.eiiv -.vere : the wle.le of the dinner hour wot" 
\,rni,dlv to consumed in passing from -ith._-r extremity o 
tli'M-iinip and back again. Two separate divisions or 
t:..-i-;..iL- been formed, the markers ,n one of which ret 
■ . chile i ne others have had ground assigned to I 

The -amp itself, wlueh covers a space one mile in 
.;;.-!■■. .V- .. spi-e.vl oi canvas tho:- umts as great as - 
>...< ' In its appearance, as well a, m the amount ■ ■ r . 
.-. |.;ov. ■.-=, iliere is a verv" great 
rugged, unfinished Grand Stand, wha.-h was always 

t | I , J 1 <* 1 I ( In 

the rear, on the left are two rang.-- of ienl- of the county v. .Innreer 
i n'l n rweii'v-'wo in number. Each of these, containing four 

•■..■:V: :- '■■- .mo-d 1 -t '. ia: a v i.v .,::,':-■! r c.;y . ■ u -. .'.: o 

di-plav on the pole- or then- tei.' ; fhig- bear^ig the arms of the 

.brtere:r. conr.ta-- to which :bev b v !oiu;. Bevond these rent. ■=. to the 
extreme ea-t. ao- the hbr.uw and club-room mr the use of the whole 

,■.■,;,-;-,. in- ;;... , v ,.-. :,- ■;..-■ ,-.pv--- - 1 1 ■ ■..-i of '. I ■ ,", eo-,1,,1^. via: '..ers' 

tents, stand- Jenm-on'- g-gantie o to -Imient-b.-.otb. "lu.'h. unlike 

last rear'-, ha--- been -ub-tantiall v bn.it or wood, tastefully painted, 

i l vitli d ible canvas. There are large ovenu 



al-.e-tretijer o upon a -oaie of sufticieiit nuoL'nir ude to su|.ply not <m 
Tin:- -Lim-iv and -la- ground followers, but all the public who re....;,- :". 
.h-l-s.-eJ ro patroui-e the pi-opnetvi". i/.jtit ignoiis to tins l.uddi 
star.-i tie- electnr--telegraph office and the post-office, erected « 

i ., ::.,■ t \ h . h. io the -.ouin. are an cxten |ve circle of tents for i 

theCouncil and staff, cousistingof s 

■r officials, with the press-t ' 



type » 
documents. Immediat.-lv in !n>nt <■'. tms cucie oi icius a 

clock has been fitted up by Mr. Bennett, with a 
ich weighs 300 lb. and whioh can be heard all 
camp. From this point on the right is the Exhibition. tent. 

many of the principal manufacturers and tradesmen of 
iave placed the choicest -p. < na.-er- of their wares. There i 



London have placed the choicest -p. . miens ... 
ills will be taken. Heyond the---- 



I boll-lents. i 



still, westward, some twenty tents are 
pitched for lie- arrouuaodiiliou of tin- London So..,ffish ; ami arro-s the 
ravine, to the left, ao- u similar number ha ,he London lode Ihieade. 
In close proximity, also, are the .-ancle u.ar.p:,-..- of the lion. Artillery 
Company and the tents of the i-' iMiddiei-.-x Amllerv, u iule the com- 
pact bell-tents of th.e ■• Victorias" -t and oui in U-Maud plea-nnj leheton 
their accustomed site, the high ground to the north. Tbe Queen's 
ij.nienr. The Iloi-e Guards 
readily lent then- assistance to its formation. 
420 government bell-tents on the 



s contributed by t. 



purposes, there being no 

ground, besides the hospital marquee, the tents lor commantuuy 
officers, and the covering for the regular troops, police, and officials 
of various grades. The limits set. upon each regiment in 

twenty "'oi u ' *" b 

the Victoria-, who provide their own tents and all kind-, of 
Moie=, exe..ed ibe pre-eiilied hoinalc. and muster sixty nt the least. 
Their means and appliances foi oiU.h.or exigence are in the best 
order, and mi>y be r.do-u as model-- of milnai\- mechiitiiem. Inpw- 



-'■ ' -■ ■ '■■ :.:■■ 

■' ; ' ■'■' ■■;' -.;"-■ -■-■-■:. --.a,.,..:.. - .-,; ...... 

■ ■■' ■•oa- .,-.. i, V, . . [,,,,. . ,., , , . w .,, ,,,, 

nd rhver-ions ot th;s tree-anoi-ea^v 'tare oMo',- <,-.,,. 



Number. We l 



m :i" visitors who ao.- s<-a:;ercd in pi, - 
heal, a gidlan, ,-,,, , k llf r ,, c | [r . 
'I -oal v,.. die:; h.. 



tori a Kitle Corps, bare-armed : 

h.-pitalle kitehcn-doo,. v, here ne ^eems to be inviting some lady 
friend- to taste a sample or his r..ohorv. H \,wb -he e.-.^rade. 
b-lii'id him hive aire.elv Iraed ;oid approve.!. A oartvof tin- 
yneen's Westminsters are -chairing" one of ,he ...ir'o.^ful' ceia- 

1" ' '-■! ". 1" i I Cl.g ■:■-■ .'':■ ■■■■■■ e, -,;,-. >.•,}■,■■■ 

tl r shoulder- t b-:ar 1 :n 

Other- are practising at the butts, whale some, with te^.-o, .-. 
in hand, are watching tie- poi^-css of the game, and some are 
cleaning their rifles with soldierly care. Iu the foreground „- e 1Viav 
ob-.-rv. rh.-,! the- Men. pa. :;■,.,■■■ t ma.r.ir Mr:,in :■ .-■..-■ ,,;-.- . . v,..l 

by earing t, r 1 I j 1 i 1 1 1 1 i 'Such arc 

present week. As for the indoor life of the voluuleor- ln 
camp. we refer to the Rngraving on our front page, 
whi.h repre-er.:-- the interior oi then- eiub-rooin. when- an hoar's (|1!i et. 
'"' 'do-.-.' ■ -■■<-!.:! go--;], mav hi',- awnv the evening before the ap- 
pointed time of repose. We nireml to 'publish some other IUustra- 

wliich eommenred on Tne-dav, at cne o'clock, and wi!l be r. -ntiiieed 
ic.'il Fudav nex-. Tlie can.p » a, iXv occupi. d o„ M,. n r!av. the 
i.oui.. ilaad its Staff, ..= we ; ; a the Virmn.i and ],.),.-. u Seo-:,-b 
.-dp-, having arrived i n O day - l^foio. The Pioiee of Wales .ode 
•.iver from Riclimond on M.-.u-I.-.y aitcnioon (o v.itne-s th-=- pre- 
parations. He wa^_ received by Earl Grosveno,-. Lord F.l.-ho, 



the iron figure of a deer which, by a simple d 

madeto travel rapidly .t. .in open .-pace. He lbo.il Highne-, 

■"' '■: ■ ■' ■'■ -'■■ •- ■■■• ■■ - '■: : : -: '..'.'. .MS - ar: ■: - >;■-■ .. ■.,-; | i : -,- , , : . 

1 1 1 the shouldei 

present mount-d his hor-e and left, the ground. 

Tie- following arc the regulations and the prize list for this 
meeting :— 






b..uin al am, I, ,..-,-. rnuic:!', Y--Ju: ,eo. a i-nLani mn-: !,..- -n I .milt, d to ll.e O. ua ll 
en a- n.tore rh,;- l-t ...f Jm.e. I I,..- -ie;hts raa-r in iinv . u.-e a!k.-A ..-i tl,,:- r- k - ; . 
lata. .ii l-.na--u.-i \M, lt: fi—.i a,:-, iu. minr, re :i,v ;...,-.. aeht, i , Am, rnK- aail-r 
1" it,, mil, t...i,-. .■]„.:■ ..itiio-.J. v.. i,- la <,i o-...^o]-v :,.-.i u,. ha 1...I. D, Any riflo 

an.i-.-r 1.'- lb., with tek-^-u,' aiV. \.-.l. t!,.- u.i:ij,- ,;; i.h... t.et(-..->.pe aut in..ii..|.,.l , 



!hottereLni , ^ 00 2^vTaer e U 



la. All ...inner- of -lie t,"ieen'- i'n/v :- e .-ei„1 -tare .. ,..; -,iaui..-r- .n tba 

Albert, rrince of Wales. A'.-\in,.:ri.. L'-.ike <■> C.imr.n ic-a A uoa; Clip. 

.-.-:-. -:f 

','] a: I .um.-r- ..! in. .[,.-, [.n .- -bad. on r-r V..-f,>re t'.f tiie'iaee .-f tnat, 
i'n<- :"Jn.! .-■! . f 1 1 ] v . ii.-,- ;.i.r..- to the -er.-tar-y their intentiotj- io ti.ke th. ir pri:-: m 



penai-'auii iieiii. (I,e erlic.-r ..; |.,-r--.i. m .-h.n-p.- ,-■) tia- ;iiui|--i.'.iia. i 
1 I in .l.-t.uilt t ]-.:i-.-a... I h 1 from competing 1 

■-'/,. | i I velaai.-M ■:., loi-t-ui r « ho has nerved In ■ 



(a) S. Whit ort nM ' ' ' 

Ka.-ii . ■e[.u.eiit....r to have live -.hots at each of the ranges A, B, C. Entrance 

; -I ii'. , I In V V :..- - I'M.' l ' ";.. ■ ■'■ '■ ■"■ ■ 

I I i r r c V B C 

His Royal Midline-- the i'rui.-e ..] V. .,:<:■■ ■ !'n ■". :. re, na- . ",ieei £:r^. 

.-..- .tl i a)..n. v. Tin- ma.-e e. '-.■ ,,,.,.|.. oU ;.,.- i., tin- v.-niiter^ ..I ,ih 'avor 

iv.ii io tl...- o.ea.a-.al i ,:.■: .'■ --oMa'a.-n and won since the 

la t WmibWin m « f r i.ivc he,- .hots at each of tho 

— i r si icr anmidl com- 

nriia li.n *e i.iito.hoii-. In ii.! mi. -ii o. ft,.- ai;.\ (he i-U.-u-in^ prices Io be 
..-,-., ,i,,(. ,..,■! be, ■■.,.. ti.ii-- i-i.-i .■■ .-. ne.- I-., ■ :■ Oi:; ...... 



July i 

,V.i"i'',:.'.'r-', 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



M -\InU-li.-l-:i.;.'1:.ti.! 






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V. ■■..■■,■■.'.■:: ■ i ' ... -,■:■■ 

I I Di I r .i.l 1 1} I Fri . li ill ■ 1 Ik v 

' City of Loi'idon Prizes. v n inc£i;nn,,iiviu ( -,l a- Mi. 
Mc-ut-tomi [•.-. ..— £]"". pivon n-f..ll--.A,: -A. Oi 






■ J'.-.jiur.-.| t-> pay 



. Su,-.- -.-! I Ir In I i| v 






as,- 



Mtcrtfor at Hythc orsomco 



Mil/!,!..-" :]■■; Dufc- ,,:" ('■ riiiil. j-i. :-,-■- 









foundation of the new wing of the London 
hospital. 

Tre f..-.i:;.l.v.^:!---..nrri the- new west wing of the London Hu«i ita). 
in Wlntochai*!. w.v laid on M...:.i.iv «o.k l.v the I'rince of Wale*. 

wlm »:.=> .vxMir.|.:u.i...l l.v'!:- I'n::t f YY.V:e- and l.v t If Dukf* of 

Cambridge. pre-ident of that ii.stit nt;on. W; have cngiavert an 
Illustiatio: ..i ill.-.- j»r.^«-«-.;;iic-. Tln-ir i;..y:il richnesses, attended 
by tli'.- Ma'x :,.!.. -- ..• ( .u::i .rt!.i.;i and (b-.'.u.d Ki-.'.ly.-. h..mi;: p:e- 
F=ent.'-i thmwlve-' on the phufoi ui. 111 the centre ->f «n:rh -ror-,1 iho 
foiimiationstor.c. t!;e Nrua-r.al Ami. mi u.i- --.i- bv n c l.on r-ekcted 
from thn-e '■: trie I'h.qH I If..v.,l. \\\ -:inir.-:.r M.b.'v. and St. Paul> 
l.'at!.'.ii.. : . Dii.il-: i l.o ...h •.•,..!. ..: .Mi. Francis, ai.d ... compamed l.v the 
band ■■: ti:o lb- ■.■a;ibk Wulkrv ('..n.pan\ -a d-iaihtnint of which 
formed i 1 - g.a: I ot hon,..ir. An mlcinw' from :bo |>n -ulent. vi.-e- 
pros. \-y,: v ti-c.-w: i . . I1..1,-.. i-f.mmittif. and gowrnor. of tin- ]io~pjt.i1 
was lb. n prc-mted 1.. 1 bo Pence <:f W:.|. , '.> (-.,■ !)«« ..• rambn.lge. 
thanking In- lioyal II;~lui.>- :. < In- ready acquiescence' ' 



^V ; i„'; 



I 1 ;.'.i: ;;:. 



fact that < 
j 1:: ISO no less Itinn 23l>0 
■ve:e ..I mi Oe.'aily uipiu- 



Royal Highnes 

vmiA ar.'o.al 
ucki:< -«k- ifjn!' 



-li:'M ik ,-o.e 

.tly expected 

lubours of the day. Tbe I'nnco of Wales, iu 

address, said,— "Your Royal Highness, Indie- and 

uiaiiK you for yoar kre.d < '\pn v,.n. towards me. It 

of gnat giatif-icauon to nae to ' - - 

' which my 

of charity) is the provident. 
„ ho3 been made bo manifest 
by t;," mcrea-ei munbi:- ai plv.m: for admission that I most heartily 
suhbvi.l-.' to ti.e i.cce--ity oi ... u«: ictmg so good a work. The state- 
ment yt-n have m.i.i,: leave* no donb- 111 mv ni:u<i 0: a saece-.-fi I 
result, and 11 is mi adui-ioual pleasure to me to have ti.e pnv.leno a 
couti;l> ;",ng toward- the i'i:;.b leqm-itc :'or 'bo pin |n^." A |)savor 
was -lie;! iv.iil by the Bi-hop of Lon*!on. and the foundation-stone was 
laid, the Princ* of U'aV- ai-nlyniir a ■ ind-.-mo --.]•,■: now. I ;n i:.o 



Bish'.p nf Uiii'ioi. Invi:- i:.vokf -i flu? 1'iviv..' • .. 
a benediction, the ceremony iv.v c.ralndod bv i 
Danish National Antb.-m' by the Houoiuahl. 
The Royal party then proceeded to view 
hospital, and arterwiuds joined the com] 
piepaifd m the mounds of the hospital in a to 
purpose. The Duke, of Cambridge pie-;dcl ■ 

Tnii.. ■ : Wa|, .. tun:.-; ;h;.:.k-i tor thetoi 

that. ji:iv;m: tiiKe:. ti.e ..|.p..i tuniry of I".. king tlnoii;rb 
wards 1. 1 the bud. lino, ;■■■ e-mld speak, fti.m hi.- own "I 
the p-rfi ■ 1 -late ■•: - ih< :-ncy ob-crvable therein. There 

always i,.u- .«- :e» patient.' .impossible' Ii«- 1:» n pi..p,.-.. 



NATIONAL AKCHEKY MEETING AT ALEXANDRA 

Kiiipl-.i,- u',. ln-l.l on WedncidayrTlniioday, and Friday of last woe! 
large number ■■! J.iOit 



■nil .\K't..i> A--. .,!..:,..;.. .%,.; o.dv w.-,e (h- V.. ■ 
provincial toxophilite societies w.rll represented, but Ireland 
Scotland sent a nuiueioiii coiitinf.-i.r. 'Jh.- total number of eul 
were— ladies, 82 ; eeutlen.. n. 1 1 MJ : « i.o were to contend for inc 
pn/es amounting nltog. iher to '..".nn. u„. w iiule being given bv 
Alexandra Park Cuinpanv, and varving m amount from II t-." • 
the lowest being awarded to the b-.-t gold/' and the ln-i.- -t !» 1 
first ,; gross score." 

The shooting on the first day commenced at eleven o'cl 
wii-n the geu'-leineii shot the n..'.i..i'.al 1011nd-n.MD.lv. • \ -i- 
arrows at 100 yards-, four l \.< f cn at eighty \ardV. and 

d-v-en at sixty yarn-. Af'ei the JnO-vanU" -1 1 i::g w.t- ■ ■ . i.. 

an interval was allowed tor hmohooii, which was seiuil 11 
marquee on the ground.- . and at halt-;..--: two o'clock the ladies c 
iiioticcd tiring the nat:or,.il o-und. of i-'.u\ •<•■/■■■■ art\>w , a> •.•.: v v. 



There v 






than tbo-e ■ t the ladje- ; a:.d at the end of eaidi round, as I 
and g. ntlen.cn po... ■ ,:-d Hum one =/lo to the Other, the sc 
A fancy (.,,,- was l..!d at tin- same time in' a mw ''of ti! 
picturesque Ink- ...1- which have been erected in tin 
The baialof the Ji,.; I, v ( , n.,nU pi:, y, .| a -election of mused. 
*• *'e prices in "money given by 

ml. .'f Oxloid-street. had pie-.:uten .1 -jpanisii 
iws for the ladies, and the mine for the t'eutle- 

pn/t • !0I ■ .nil on I' 1 :-l:iv, bandirap i!:'V. to b. av\aukd 

" irs. Howell autfCo., of liegeut- 

l given us a prize an artists' proof copy 






Park ' ..1. p.o.y. M.. Akin. I. of O\toid-s 
according to the actual 1 



THE DLLLIN IN ) LLNA I IdNA I. KX1IIBITI0N. 
Wi: have engraved a View of the Interior of the Agricultural If-,!!, 
in li.u!stoit-:.?i;aee, In. bin., when; a;-. Inteniniion.d L.\h;b.t;oi: of 
Alts. M.iuufa. f.ue-. and li;d;.-tiv ha- Ue:. qii.iJ duriug the last 



fonned. This company's buildings c 

taining upw.mh- of SUUU persons ; pit 
u pulv'.eclu.H i.aiicuin . while suiroi 
1 glass, G40 fi ' 



05 ft. high. 

hibitcus 111 the 

M^J It. groitu 

11. so-called fn 

/ing lately taken piact 



tiipuiln ial 



I 17.1 jj :t. ; f -iot i.d s]iaeo. 1 ud iU... I';n Ti wail -pace. 'J'ie Ai nudum.! 
Ila.ll. so-e.died Horn the hoi,u H:w ol the Kowd Aj.;n< c.t: ial .^o.-j. ty 



[ tiom Us ,' 



wa- spec. ally tilted u 

ravel floor, 

flooring. The colours used 

bnll:a:;t a : tet. The g. i.er.d m :...'.■■ ■ ■ 
git.nly iiianor! by the election o: n 






..oh 






TJicksoi 



Messrs. Richardson 



has l-.ng 1 



rtnier.*, of lMfast. 
capital of Ulster 



and Carlisle. Mr. 

These fully sustain the reputation which the 
■ ■ " .joyed for the excellence or its hr, 

M- vi- Makolm-on. of Portland, exl ... _ 
3 of cahcoca and linens, proving that this impoitanc 
b:amh o" industry 1.111 bi- cu!tiv.,ii j quite a : : -\.w= -hi_lv v\ the .-■: ;ii 
as in the north of Iicland. Amongst :h« maimfacinicrs ,f 
woollen pxwh 1- I..-; i Ceoigc Hili. who -end.- from the w.l.l ..,,■! 
piotiuoMpiediMiat. f Ciw..-.:- ;.?. v.: the county cf Uci.cg 1!. a Co'.k^ia-n 
of good serviceable flannels and hose made bv the people m t). t 
remote part of 1)..- c uuty Tlieie are al.-o ii\,^ a:.d pi!'.t . I.yl.s 
fi-om the taitoiy of Mr. Na.dioll-. •' f Co;k ; tweed-, manufactured by 

Ml:.'1v .M.d y, oi |(|.ii:.ey. bin .ln>-..| in Dn^and; and 11 givat 

vaiief, of flic- i.ia.lc bv .Mv ,-1 V.r.i and 1 .. . of Dubbn , .Me- 1 ., 
Scott, e-f Island Ihiilgo: and Me--;-, li. id. o! llatlifainiiain. ClotU 
ot a tine de.-cnptiuti. and w:,eh -..in to be ol gt.od :c\tiue, uie 
e\:.';b.'id bv Me-, rs. I.<vfl!i and Son. <•! Nen-l'ow Soalh. 1 !„• s-,,,l 1 
a:=le contain- a - L at ai.oiy nt.,1. ,.| ,..;. ; ,.;_ | K „ ■„«.-- and sad.'.h: v. 
exhibit.d by Mr. Leanan. Mr. Hiid-.i-. Mr. Ilmkson. and oti,.,,'- ; 
fin ::, tine, by .-:r..l:.a ...■! i'-... 1 '.. .. . k ....■! Uli."., [[■ -■ ... 1 
Other nuns! ealui .1 v .. ppu.it us. i.y Itdm. u.d.- 1, a:.d Co . .ml li^.ig. \ 

foreign maibk-. some "of which di>pl.iy considerable art:-t:t nieiit m 

g.iikrie-'.i-e,: ■ . . -....;-.- . !- ■[., ... 

include speeu.a-i.- of b.-okomdi..-. oi ihuiiun.it.oiis up,.n vellum, 
photographs, e.uvn.g.-. eiuhroidery. euibos-ing, and other matters 

tactitres. In the rear ot tu. Agi.c.dta I Hal!, the space known 



1 a polished eUmy pedestul. witii om,.,. 
mental silver shield ; aho an artist's proof copy of the b:iM of - V. da. ' 
iiabi-.'d a- a |..ig.'. i.v lei.X M. Mil.ei. laou:."e.| 0,1 a poa-t.d with 
Dnia!..i-!.'al S :hi-i -in. Id . and all arti,tV pioof ,• ,, V ,i the l.iM of 
' Puit.a.' :.,.:, ,j. -..I on ., p k -<|..-tal Wlti; orilamelital .-,'|V, 1 shied. Then- 

' ; we.pstakes on Fri. lav. The judges were 

«nan; C. M. Calueeott. IN:,.. Wood nan 
Ill-Oil, K-q , Hoval T...\opluhte.s. Upon 
-b'otm^ the aw..,,,- we;o mad,, to'.hi: 



Captain Peckitt. Thir 



nd socu-iy - modals ihMnhutfd i 
Irfday afternoon. ( 
Ti:o following is u list of the prize; 



l.-l.IN.iUiN 






iqr.-aviiu •■ lit in di. nil;,:.- bv .1 
ti.e pri/.o hor.-e* at the Great 
ned the week before- last, in the 






The pri/et wdl be .li..'nb, :t e 



sir Kubcrl Percy Duugln 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 







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■'StAETlED," DS HARI 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



RUNNING THE BLOCKADE INTO THE PORT OF 

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA. 

: have received from our Special Artts-t. who. after a short inter 

repose in England, has returned i.- i lie .-rat of war in Amer 

safely arrived at the camp ni'Uenoral Lee. a Sketch of the set 
hoard the blockade-running steamer Lilian as she entered the p 
Wilmington, in the Confederal*- Slates, passing unharmed 1 



" Upon the -v- .■;.-.,,- i.t \\'.-i 'iv, (he l-i ,.i' .lime, the Lilian and 
rlir Hon--, w. ■ ■ " .■ ■'■-■■ ' 1 m.-t UMiinful of the blockade- 
defying ve— ■ i-. -■ !'•■■ -i -montane ly from Bermuda upon the first 

inp inward winch ■:•-.-:■ h.i-i ■ v. : made. Both belong to the same 

nk.eh is m>t - ,-.-: .-. . . ,..-.-.. '.\- t h- ir cypen<-noes hitherto, hut 
which w.ntstne solution ..t turtlier trial. The weather was luvely. 
the sea like a i....ldaii). and favourable b"y.nid expression to light 
dt.ui-h! a:id g"--ainei craft, -neh a.- are the-e blockade-runners, which 
l., iiily scratch the sun\- l( -cii]-!eud . a ...-hitching the iab.- ol old ocean, and 
.*1uch in summer ••M'- have no more to fear from heave seagoing 
.raft, like the Khode Island or the Vtm.lerbilt. than has tlu/lri-h 
uight-CKpre--- from the lumberim.- fi'-ieht-train uhich leave- Lu-lon- 
i-piurelive minutes in its rear. Kareh have two more attractive 
pa/, s dipped through the iuedi,....i tli>; blockade than the two vessels 
-■I" which J am writing, ft is ma alone i hal 1 1 1- ■ v would he invaluable 
with a view to their >■.•[] v.-r-i...ii ml.. ]- - - 1. imI enii-cr-. or that two. if the 
most valuable cargoes which have yet reu..'hcd AViluiinglon await at 
tin.- i:>*tanr the disposal nf the 1 '. m federate i .ov, rnmeiit, but that on 
board both ve-- Is were Confederate ' malignants.' who-c capture 
wotild have been a -\v.>et morsel to many a craving palmo in 
Wa-hiagio!, and Bo-tori, To many an Lnedi-h reader the mvme .»f 
i"'apiain M out, lately in command . . i the C. .ntcde,-aio erm-or Florida, 
is well known as Inning a-, Med Captain Scinme-. and the Alabama 
to demonstrate that twu liidnt. aud. as regards eouimnc 
rive'v insignificant v.-el- 
from the ocean a flag whi( 

" My experience on bo 
C.ot ■.: ■■. Marti t and I... 



HE SAVOY CHAPEL DESTROYED BY FIRE. 

I Royal Chapel in the precinct of the Savoy was destroyed by 

ic middle of the day on Thursday week. The ----- 



before tTi 



The lire was . 



id, as regards equipim. or. eompara- 
would have little difficulty hi driving 
i ycara ago, might have been seen 

Lilian leads me to anticipate for 
a credit to her builders, Messrs. 
ud prosperous career. An incident 

which i- roil -tan: iy -.-.m-: \n IV.Iei.-.l -a, use;-. >.:Ju«- worthy or rec- .nl, 
I'pon .mi poi: ■ --a w.i- ,|.?-< end -. -ail cr-velou. i 1,1 a dense canopy of 
smoke. Time «..-■-.• it. d.lv pr.vi-.u-- there « ..- i-wiv reason b, ,u-pect 
Vai.kee guile, winch I- - ml ml,, nowhei. m--iv Ic 1:1 Jy exhibited t lain 
■. -..-.-.: .- ... i.e- -e the l-1-.eka-l. I.,;: It «;i. deemed pos-iblo. alter 
... ■ fid vnitirv. that ti.e M-el nii;;ht be on fire. Briefly « 
■li.eshipwmehl. . l ,.a.-.,.npa ! NO,,a 
I.."., plan, Matin. „.:.-. -..Kali course to b( 
t^-ranger It so:,.i Ij-eameev ideul that di- w;i> .-. IV-Ki u. erui-er. making 
a dense white .-moke with liei Cumberland foal. ;iad l.^atui- rapn.ilv 
ii-av.nl in appaiva". par-u:t ci an- thei delu..[i:ent. The helm was 
uipa.tiy..:lnuv.-._-.|. and ,.,>■. r e,.ar,e ie-umed. Daik and in-erutable ean,.? 
on the noon. defyiiH: ad p.^-ibdity ft an ub-ervation. ltwit believed 
that ere the mono'.v - d.iwn -:,..idd break we might reach Wilmington, 
and onward we pre-ed. The m-i,: w.-.re rapidly awav : two o'clock, 
Ihr-e ... el.jrk, half ,,a-t three --< '.<,■■.-, in I.!,.- meram- e'ame. but bv no 
<■>•■- pe-n:i- tine--:, tb.- ti,i.k el... an .vuldihe W..k.-1-fur le_dit a: 'Fort 
l''i,iiL-r be discerned. Thea, as the inonnne; dawned, we orenaivd 
lay-to for tlie day. between the outer 
liliiekaders. It was hai'dly to be expw-ted 









uiole-te.1. Then 



light delay th..-r 
n-c-ure of" steal 



vr.jley of 



m.a-inng till hall'-pa-t 

id her immense padcUe- wheels and lofty black hull 
"or the first time, as our antag..iii.-t a]>proaehed us 
i of Wilmitttrtoii. the • airv fairy Lilian " prepared to 
of that speed which we all felt she possessed. Some 
■ was before steam could be fully got up. and for 



1 :■ • ■■■"•■■ !■-■ '. ,'!.■■;.■ eled Lilian 1 
ig: but as the sua di'ojiped into the s 



fortana-ciy. Uf u.. approaehed r\o-<- r., 

■-.y ■■-: i ■ --ik-i-.:lv ai. i a -h bated bre^tii 
miser, distinctly v.-nble t" ever\- eve, ai. I 

of a blue or Dm mm ! 1. i.t. and tiiern h 

through our rigging and bulwark*. Hit 
pon this occasion tl:.- Ld.an should rec.ive 

a- we appr«.:u-li l'..rt 1 1 I)-.' ;. da: k -nut 
. l-.ler.d launcii. seen by e- too late :.-i 

w <- P 1 ■ '■■ ■■ '"■•■ t.v.i.iy yard- and a cam the < xpect.d 

Another uu.aiem and we are u:.d..-r 

e fort, and eageily <:.i..--.x.|,-d f..r 

-g'i.jdall ifimd.' ■TIik-v1.i.:v.- tin,-.- i L ., t .,-... ,al 

ics six for General 1>t- , and in mirth and laughter 

wears awaj. Three l.om-- ;,ft<-r us come-, the 



.all burial-ground, ; 



.- ,„,"' 



:al,led itie church of a 

Hospital of St. Julm thelJaptist, 1. 

er de Savoy, magnificently re 

ea-t-r. Thither dobti. King ,,f F 
' - by Edward the BlaJk Frii 
Kue: J.iliii died, liw- hiui.il-.- 
Tylers reb 






at tha(. inn.- were locked, and 
r oi the ehap.d wa.-. tilled with 
the north ^ window and caught 



ipon the siteof thepnlaei 
by Henry, first Duke 



'VII. 



oid lodge nightly one 
•leted bv Henry \ HI 
Saviour, the Vit " 






and lay in ruins i 
•i. Julm.- ll.i.-pital. ■ 
-." The buildings 



There is a tradition 



11 I i I v, originally dedicated to the 
I St. John the Baptist ; but, when the old 

MuM-U-Stiand w.,- .le-troy-dbvtla- I ',,,i,v,,., S,.„„, ,., 
as nnif.-d l.hem.-elv-. to the po-ej, ,«_■;. ..] the Sav,,v, and 
'U'g ">«■'' ■■" 'I'cir elHO-eh.ae.piiivd lb..- name ..f St . '.\|,, M - 
"'eh I " ■ 1 ■.■ t -.- th- L...iwJiu!d,_-r- l..e\-.,inl the "«, ' ' 
i-e it a- their p-in-i, eheo-h th.,v si-u.-d 
• ' any right 




idierously United 

' ' yea 3 a ffi 



apel of the Savoy \ 
was performed. It was in this 

iterenee between the Fpiseo pallan and 
the Book of Common Prayer was held 
!" ,u " 1 -., nL ' , '' , " l;1 ">" " ! th - ''^"'-'l 1 - '■'■■-re e->i)s..-erit.-d, and anioncr 
them \\ il,.m. llnho]. uf Sodor and Man, by Aivlibi-h..p S| i: , ri ^ 

in lui's; and among those who have 1,,-ld the b- lux- w^ 1 1,- 

Anth.-.iiy Heineek. the fa veuir.te chaplain . a Km,'- \\ ilhan- I II' The 
.hapel jn-.-ed un- i-nvileg, oi -aia cunrv. aia I t - elt-a, I .. .i 1L r\ with 
llu flee, ai id M:nm„ marriage-, the Sa v. ,y ean-.ed on a like strange 
trathe. Several p. r^n.ui „,,!.- -,;,, Lo.m,-! h, r... a.,d bad ii.. 1llv ,„..„„- 
meiits. .\m,.,,g (hem was ,, U e. m li.eehanee!. of >„. j;,,,,, ,, | ,,„,,_.[-„ 
and In- lady (^,-nU-iith ceiuurvl. In a p„i,,ted mch- was the „■■ ,,„■ 
of ;i lady kneehug ,b ,e, >-a, daughter of ■<•>■ A 1-.,, j ™i — ti... 
Tower, sister of Mr.-. Hiuebia-,.n 



I'le-byren 



' of Sir Alan Apsk-y. Laaitenanl, 



altarpiece, was 

a eiti-i.-s ineiM-d in brass : and near tin.- was a small 
lea-y oi Anne Kdli-nev, , n;.-;,,. danediter fi ..]..- ,.f tl 
Savoy and niece U, the wdl-kia.wn jester. This 
.rbLedbv I'rvden as ■■ A Grace for Beautv nnda M 
■i the d. ,.-.r was a small Ith-diu- ri^'ure. «lth a skull 
ribed -Alicia Steward ( d i;,7-Ji.' A recumbent figure has been! 
1 1 I ] L et of iN, ttingham 



- the lady 

- for Wit."- 



'c p, ■ In 




Giiwin Doiiu-ia-. wli., 
™.™ .- 5 .., v . George- Wither, the peer, without a i.lonunien 
Earl of Feyei-ham, who , ■ .mm.mded Km- .lame- U ,'s troops 
Battle of Sedgmofi ; and Dr. lanieron. the la-t pei"-o„ who s, 
for the Kebelhon ,.f 17 d, to whom was erected a marble relief 
by In- great-grand.-on. in I Shi, ■■ one hundred vear.- after the F.a 
Cullodeu." Here, al-,, wa- placed a tablet to 'the memory of \{ 
Lander, the travel!.-, in Afrj.-a ; and in the burial-ground l- tb. 
of Hilton, the hi.-lorir.il jeuuier. The H.-vp-trd was finally di- 



;r front of the Savoy in 
Vertue's ground-plan 



and here were al-,, lie- Lhaim-^ aa-l Savoy ..veupaiu, -. ihree cem uries 
later. '1 lie , li.qn-l ,- ., paroeli; d b-iiefi,,, m the -ifiofl,.-,- M: lK ,,y. 

in riedit oi her duchy ,,f Lauea-ter: it wa- endowe.! bv Henry '\T1 
and the Incumbent to this day leeeivs an annual 'fee by' R,,y ; ,i 
warrant. The IMtei..-,- dimen-ions of ;h-.- ehap.-l were aofy |, v ^l'h 
It- -i vie was l'ng.:-u I Vrper.da-.i !:,:■. late aad r.l.on. except theVed : m' 
winch was ,-ieh : ,nd coloured. This }, as been entirely d..-t.roycd. and 
we have thus le,-t one of the rine-t pieces , .a e.,rved work in ; la- n,,.;,-,,. 






* .... ... ■ .. 



*n destroyed: 

Sidney Smirkc in 1843. The chapel 

ropmed i:i 17'JI. a: tiie chav-e of George I., when the 

iooiI.-- v-ali . . x.\ i ; -Mil..- ii.nr.il li.iL'ient- and rhe t;n !.- liudu .,f 
■:-\-- ...-.ii. .\--t.p-, of t;.. o:.ce-t ,::,.■..- >.i\<>: Ho,;-e, Tl.- ]■, li-.n--* 
■ loun oi tiie ram-. ,n IMi'.. when the (..apel w,,- left :-ol,tcd. wa- a 
work of imiiKU-e labour, -o ma-.ve wa- the ma-ourv. Not the lea-- 
i::u ■ ,eg iu.-;d.-!:: w.-. ■ that o! the <,•■:„-., , picking ont the softest pari* 
or i;ie Uoyal palace and cutting them into ht " ' 
I,, nib- and the ■!.-■> before doors I 

The Fail of Glmendon. as fhancellor of the 



When the 

l^l.'t, this line ceiling was restored and 
whom it has been minutely illustrated. / 
Wdlenient rc-gla/cd the altar window, which 
entirely destroyed. In the lower centre was a 
Baptist; the side compartment- contained i 
Evangelists ; and in other parts v 
of Lar.ca-ter. and the lions, ah 



xpense of the cmigiegatifi:. 
to our Queen Victoria," The 
w..rl; of Si; Begmald Bra v. 



I ream of bu.-ine- 
ian driving an o 



I theCHy.i 



_ effect such a reform :v 
I he mighry Cavsur tiecomjili.shed witl 
street tram,- of Rome. The taunt seen 
have seen how difficult it is to interfere ' 
and how unpopular is such interference 
npple-woman from her corner, and th' 
stopped for the "City. toll." 

Before we leave Walling-stieel, or 
state thai neaily opposite the Itomau 
the railway will hen:- entei the heart of 
a grand hotel and station, n, the Italian styh 
the manner of the lic l ,, /l ^,nu-. . with hi f :h n..,,i and 
oi the ek-vation : the hotel bom- built over the r 
the Gbann..--cro- terminus a, ,d station *»— **>- - 
I where Sir Francis Drake, -that famou 
1 ' " ti' rkv need not 

day the crowd in the" fc l ™ "^oSw 

Hhng d.avn Green Al b. .ur-oo.rt " i '-l- Imik-'l"-' ' b , U ■ ," ' 'CT,^ 
I , 1 U 1 r . , y 1 , U u , , 

nia,iul-.i, wa- taK-n d,.v. n ihirte years ago. 

Ann.L-rrlu-- ,-.i-h oi utihtanam-m ihe,e i- a pleasing nporoach to 
llh,) "'"P'o-ter cue ;.,|..-i. o. ,),,- eardeiis ,, I -,,,,,!,.- ,, ,| „i every 

;n nai.y , .ii, 1J[n , „ ,, hli (l ;; 

h-art oi ih,.- wearied Loudo,,..,-. \\ ,.. ],-,.,. v.-niark, ,i thi- =.-a-o,i the 
Inxunance ot the lawn-, and -hrub... ;,i„t ,-badv 1 1 ,-,-, ,,; f ]„■"-, ,,,",,. ■ ■ 
and i .nl ihe.n -I!, .. il -.. . . .._ .i . .., ... , '■ I >'"--■ 






'' I ) '...wgute 



I 1 I r 1 1 I ' 1 I i , , 

■■■■> ■■ -- ■ -he [-,,: I ,„.„ ..,,..,, 
\..n;di,.|, lim ,.H.If,nl,. t ,. ti 1 i id r . . • .... 

^■r'-.^gt, 11. v.,: i, pe to,,e .,„.,..- of lb. ll„« .-, n in .d K- - , .. rl,-, ta , 

cottti. for the i>rofu-ion ' " 
lv ii-iiie'toii Gardeii- \\e 1 



S5I 

: flowers and -limb- in Hyde Fad: o 
ms we have to thank Mr. Cowper; and to this a 

summer visits to IGw Garden-, and the Ter,-. 
l_eountle.s..h,;,u- in t he s uburl,-, i- j ,a, , 1 v ;, , l„. ,. !: , ,:,,, 





.)■■ -nig well: and the -o.jd people Of 

M.-ti-opoluan Board ,,; : W. ,k- '-o r a 

1 omminee recommend. and ;!,.-. Fiuanee 

In this quarter anew thorough- 

i eastward, into the populous 

, .nrl Botheihitbe, of the main street recently 

■borouc-b of Southwark and the we-ie n -, pans f 

way of Stamford-street. The new street, which 

lomas's-strce;. i, about lu.ua p.. t lir!j; . 

by the London and Brigliton Rail- 

■-■ J-''"'". C\elu-ive of adowan,.-,.-- for 

Die -treet runs thi-oiiLdi a va-t hive of industry 
u;.w b\- bftle ,;;,;,-, ,. A :i[|ri ; , ,[■; , ,o u - a ! ley s . a i id tnu-i be 

is the sentinieu; of fouiuain=— not the much-abused 
ll ) t thenehopoli 

are a sort of_ R-lincment upon the- conduits of old London, as 
s Conduit, ot nearly :;ou v...,,- -inee. i.Hir lounraii^ Imvp been 
by an Association ^ -,,dl a- by pnvale i i id a i,ia ., 1 - - en- o r the 
mo-t picturesque, in p..-, um. i- o;' Cothic de-e ,,, at rl,.- ■ oi-b-y,- 
angle of LincoliTs-inn-tields. 

This bnn^ ,,-nv a 1.- pnen-al ( . h ange -the long projected con- 

utratio,, oi ,.-.„■ L.-.w Go.,,:-, the a,,a of ui.ich v.a, n.ark.-d out so 

Jung ag.. a- l.s.e.i : . n ,| ;. known a- the '• Gaiwstrcet site.' Tin-- will 

■|, away a bo-t ot -,,.. bd and ciow,l,-.| den- oi vi ( v. ihe uiv-- of 

'■:.' locality., I I },. las, century, u.tl. - i'|;-. vie ■;-.-■■ ,e- * " 

rwilitl^dviri,.;,!,! ion ;,-<■;,-. .1,,- Millcl, KM,, iMuin-. t i.e 

mocks, and J,c old l»,,s, '- The ,he. have ,i,sappe:ued m .air *inie. The 

new j.,w I,, nidi:: - u ..I t M, nd f:o,,; L;,,,,,),,- |„ : - •„ ti,. .,, th -de oi 

,cet-:,eet and the S:,:,ud. tb,,- -miiiy ;,„,, ,,■ , d c i.ycr.ieiic -o the 

legal piek-ioii and the oili.e^ ,,f ,!«■ t'omts of Law 

1 ■:■ ..:l! be .;;; C I :,.,:, Ktltal fron 



atC WUI, tinl'l'Ti 1 ,''.'?. 1,'e 

t'l:ai.:ei;,-.i-t-cii. powered to sell on 



Stmnd and 
inei-s for acquiring 

Gity. This clause 



rthisgi-eat 
'Ji- :..•■;. S„ 



. will be lor'hwirli c 



wenty yeai-s,' 

he noble area of Llncoln's-ii 
.. iiy.ke tec siteof the new c"iu 
The bill lor an nndi rgiuur.d , 



■ I::,i:. :s 



1.. tti.-nid o: Gl,.indus--:,,.er ai o Km;; Will :,,.i--'i. .-t. ;■.:,,. maciny ,■ 

lletwcrn the St, and .,,,.1 Wvch-Mrect. the site of old Lyon's Ini 
is heiug covered with bad. bag- i.-. the Sr ,:,::.! llo'el Company, ii 
which nil io be seer; ,-,l pie-enl arc r.iur.C- Of auk. - : t):e rieater j 
of crazy old Holywell- 'i..i and the pxhuv-que end of Wych-st 

,.. a: ■ ■ :n. '■ -:■■ ...'.- <•■ .'■ i • ■ ■■■■.■., 

dc-ign.'' If it be ., men; tin.: the genfrial design of a building 
should t- -peak it- cb:n ;. :b - ,- .valently a mistake. 

The ;:.m. L.a- I'.'ii Office Kidding* aie progressing ; the lower 6tory, 
a loflv Italian arcade, with paterre in the vo-.,. ..,;,-. a- ... „ f ro ;„ 
Cba:le--tivel. pionn,.^ .-Mi! v. St.olhug hence into 'I oth:l..-t:«i. 
or cither it- remains, what ». took.-ry has a become in contrast with 
ike new bedding- m \ ,,-tona-street ! 

Of the Thame- lanbaiik, ne, ,t we a- vel see hilie but hear much 
The mansion of the Duke of Buccleuch— gaining height by its 
picluie-.pie Mansard r..of— i- a noble coinineiic, uieiit of the' hue 
between We-tiiiinsier and Hungerford Bride..-, - ulu-nce. to Black- 



■ :n t..l.,,ei,i-. 



Hitngerfoid 

friars, the- Ad. dplli Terrace and Somerei 

the latter being, periuij-s, lb. i,e-(-pl:iced public building of the 
mctlojiolis. The Middle Temple. w.;l, ,r, ,„■«■ [.jhi.ry and the 
gu.l.'. - a-cd ii. ">. :> Jmift. in depth. wiK b c ,-, delightful audition 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



foundation of t 



REFORM OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY. 



ic in regard to the intere-ds of British an since the 
Royal Academv— nearly a centmy ago. Last year 
'— . presented 'n report and a large blucbook of 

Of the Academy. To ihi- tin- Academv, avail - 
its personal connection" with the Grown, in virtue of its 
nder the s|nvi;.l protectant of George III., has issued a 
cp'.y in the shape of a letter adrfre-ed to h-r Maie-ty. mi,!,)- rhe title 
d '■ Ot-on-atiom of the l...val Academe on the Repoi-r." ic. Thi- 
the Statement of Lord Granville 
n-oncly a- she always" 
Academv. ww glad t< 
it'rirf 

dboth 



letter, " Her Majesty." nccoi-d'iiif 
in the House of Lord.-, ■' feeling 
with regard to the privileges of 









made upon it by ilie Academy « 






s consideration mui 
by a recent vote in the House t 

- decided, in opposition to a propo* 



iiution. there i.s scarcely the 



behind Hui'hu 
the Academy will. 



tlio R'-.yal 
it the plot of gro- 



House whii 

; National Gallery, 

expressed itself prepared to do. expend 



lie i-..,',.,:- o! 
i;\al>!- he all I 



ie purposes of its schools 
The statement of Lord 



a di.-eu.--K.n :n the Lords principally 
Academicians, winch di-ru-.,on took place sub- 
the Commons. The interval lill the statement of 
. ripen the crisis which will 
Academy, and still 

It therefore 



general body of artists fur, probably, another cei 
behove.-, all interested in an to f ;,vr their beat 
proportion for refonnmg the Academv. and it would ill 



observations, we e 



consideration which it mav deem of importance. If ir 
any particular these views are opposed t.» the spirit r,f the paper o; 
hardly be su-p. ct.ed of pa.rt!san-hip, f.>r v.e have 
acknowledged the great services the Academy ha: 
we would be among the first to vindicate ant 
d prestige. We may in particular mention out 
- 1 — for introducing " la\ 

^3K* 



can be little doubt, r^raov.- two of 
judicial 10 the function- of the Ac 
for providing ample acoommedat 

to credit the Academy with a sum 



it credit. In the first place, 

ch will be at comma!. ,1 in a v ,w building will 
:emove two of the limitations of late years most pre- 
Therewill bean opportunity 






for the schools, and v 



ice-art educator far more perfectly than at present, 
to recommend, po .sped ivck only, and upon its 
power becoming greatly developed, that it should under- 
take or as-ociate itself we.h the ;■ ....lung of the arts of design ; but, 

seeing bow the line and ram-ti-.a, an- flow int.-. each - ther. -ome pro- 
vi-iou ihouid ultimate-: v be m. 

finishing ii-.-mielion than can )-■ obtained in ordinary school- of 
design, and great pi-uheionov = i,....i]J be rewarded with prize- and 
emirieate-. Urn we tnw that, a* all t v,„ : = the Academy will, at 
the oar.ic-t opp. rtunity. a,;,-.)-.; ,_,> 

!- -;:.■ :':■■ no. ■■ reau: ■;,■, ■■,_;': v •■■],, :.:■■;■..■ and < ■! Ti.e i, :e!;..-i. 

character. With, practically, almo-t unlimited space available. 
there will also, we cannot doubt. he ample room provided tor the 
exhibition of all paintings of real merit w.rkm a convenient dis- 
tance from the eye. It is, however, of the highest importance 

exlubition that u.av ultimately '■-. rcq u i o d . Really infer 
should never, of course. U seen in a r.ati ' ' 
ii. -'.amia'd 01 e.\Cellen..e almovt a- high i 



exhibition similar 
would assuredly i 






sen:;:!; giving ■ 



) Academy. In t 



urging these views— sc 



; higher applications of 

■ the a'iiaaions and in 

■ year, and with it the influence and revenues 
I exhibition at Trafalgar- square for the pre- 
sent vear mere nie r,,iy ]onj w,-, ; k- exhihitod. against very nearly 
ir.pic :i,at numlier le.xeh^ve of the-e at liw reacted) at the Paris 
salon, and at the latter there are several classes ..i art-productions 

■-■:.!■■■ 'We 

■--•'■"■■■ I ' I t 

• ■ •■' ■! ■■■»-■■■■' ' o:ef ;. p pi. o.e. .-.n - l; ,,... X; ;i: ; ,, :: . It wa- tin: 

fact ..! their ^linulraLeou- eul'.ivat :.:■:■ w::a.:ii gave such great and hnr- 

iliddle Ag&« 

r> an. 1 architect-- unable to Work togotlier. 

of mural painting. lJur rea-on |..r m 

prematurely it may be thought — is, 

apprehend from the strong Conservative spirit of 

that they will not take a suuVicntlv broad view of thei: 

re^.oii-ibilities m relati.-.n to the tuture. and that tliev will 

toi-.:id.--rtht-nAeademy ;h., ... :..po.h,.n,ively representative 

■■ ■ ' ■■' :".■'.■ ' :■ .!.-.':., ;:.: ■■■■ .,...!.., 

The proposed small increase of the numl 
for -t«otonf!y could -earcely have been resisted. But we do not 
understand why the A^ .'demv. aahmi-ug. a-, ,;. ,'■■.«, the de^-.d.n,! -, 
of increasing the number of A, v.-eiute^. i-lmnld wish, instead of fifty, 
as proixised, to leave the mind..- nndehne.l. Surely fifty is not too 

Of working an 1 i i 

does not wish to evade giving effect to its'own admis-ion. The ,-ame 
principle winch h.ves the futi,,-.? uuiider of Acndeiiiicians mu-t ab=o- 
I'lt'-lv a|.ph to the A--, ■ei.de-;. nnle--- the latter title u to be considered 
nent of merit. That the Academv ic-allv 
wirriie- to confine it to an empty d-tincrion <^m=. we rc-gixt 'to ^a\. 
intimated b\ tl i i n The Academicians 

are unwilling to allow the A--.ne.aio- the j i i _- i L t of e-.luPni:.,. ,-ae]j two 
work^. while they re-erve il ie ■■.,-hi ,.f plr.e,,,^ ,,-, t | li: . p,,.. M!ra ri'iw 
fom- o ic-nch of themselves. Moreover— and to thia we beg to call 
Fpeeial attention— the\ see:n re-oho.a\ 0].p.. -._■<! to admitting the A-;o- 
ciate- to the Concr.d A--end.lv. or to allowing them the |.ower of 
voi.ng ,n election- eith.r mtothen ,vo. l,.d V or into that of the R.A.'s 
1 is proposed to 



.■ •hoit of a moekei-y. S>mc o 



or gii if...:!t.:e. can be considered 
opponents of the Academv Lave. 
r the Associates equal power, if 
For our part, we would 



not equal privileges, with the 

only ask for the Associates a degree of privile* 

. . -■■■ ■', pruj,.,r ...,,.i tu their 

gi-ade : for instance, let an Asocial..- h„ Vl . the right to exhibit 
pictures to the four by an Academician, and lei him have our. vnt 
ad -iibjeots to two for 



refuse the fair and moderate measiifo of reform we have sketched 
cm. they will, we are con -trained to ^v, und-ubtcdlv sc: a: dc-tianee 
that public opinion to which (and this the Academicians seem to have 

fcrpottcni ihe Tv.v al Tfn! i n ! - -ion owed it= nrii'im thrv will cntirclv 
fli--i-.-ga)vl the opini..]i ami fe.-liiv: of il,e ^T-nt l.odv of wochiiv.' arus-ts, 
all . it v,ho-e varied inteve-fs their ni-titnti.-.n -h.ould represent, they 
will tot, -.11 v j-nn-.'-e ,j;e i a-'lv incvea-ed niimler of artists ,, IV \ ditt no-; 

nnianuov. d the prh" ijvil c:m,c ,.f vha* odm.m and invidion'- ronij-.ari-oil 

to the title of Royal Acid. mi. ian l.e-in..- ,Ir.-'i,!,-d ]jttle 1-etter tl'.an an 
epithet o, reproach, and ha- brought a clo:;d of pnhhe -n-paomi and 
"■'lit oi confidence to c,Ve)--h:idow i\ }ir,r should lie the line-ht ,-,r,,[ 

unsullied fame cf the rri V .df--t artj-t- of the country. 



■ p< ciil|,,r 



outset to make it-elf thoiv>uc-lilv representative no other'pledge 
be asked for its proper conduct. We earnc-llv hope the Acadei 
will reoon-idor t.|,,- whole ...; i .,e;r ole, . ■■,;,! ion.- on the snldect o 



rai-.'d in the Hoii.-e ,,i Lord, whether hv giving a' site valued at not: 

le-- than tiio.oon. ,he Governinent -hmild'not m ipulate for a rierht of 

■ic-,-. o,i ... /:■■:, t. . .,. ; ,..,,- ...o,-,-. ;■■ 

Odleetioii Will, we think, convince tlio-e wii.i understand 

nature of art and arli-i-. and whr., i.-tlecr how undesirable 

for member. t ,( ,|„. L. L-oia- arc to have t l,,. ,, ih wei of de. i-liug 

purely professional details, that, provided the ' ' 

on sati-faotoiw ]a-inciples, the less ehance the 

dling and niuddhngin matleo-of art. perhaps, the 1 



younger brethren 

A memorial [alluded to by bold Stanhope) aeain-t tiie exclusion of 
forth that the Academy 

been signed by many of 



! ioW: "\. .V 



■y nearly coincide- with 
two or three pin .c; rapt.s 
that they can scarcely fail 



our own views. Xeverthclo-s. there a 
so cogent in reasoning and manlv in toi 
i 1 n ii 1 n t ih , 

that " those sent in by the A--oeiaie., may ),..■ utterly disregardei'l. ami 

above Minply a " penni-sjoii "i i- reduced t" a mere power of ex press- 
ing an opinion." "That this is a coirect view <-[" the ^ne-ti-m. ' c.n- 
tiunes the memorial, '-appear- f o an the following paragraph ; -' The 
right of nomination. ^hichw./proV'O-eto .list inLTui-hTroiii p...,'--.na! voting 
in election--, is an importani j.rivileee a.s such (.') ; hut it- great ut.Uiv 
would be to put the Academician,, m pos-ession of ofiiuions which 
might ■ouietiiiies differ troui their omi.'" Whether the apparent 
an-ogance or the futility of this proposition in the ■■{ib-ervatioiis- ], the 
greater v,v -,vnil not pretend .,, decide. But the leioiudcr of the me- 
morial i -a.- is most natural. "We cannot retrain from reinaikine."' 
say they, -that the light of expre--mg an opinion differing fr.an ihat 

I-.it n t | i 1 r \\ 

cannot agree with the author- of the ■ t ib-.-rvations' in think- 



for the higher- rank would be i 
Associate-, ate at present. Wi 
that, should we ever be called 

General A--cmi.lv. we -hail b- both rea.dv and vcilling lo'expie,- an 

indepeiidc-nt opinion. We tru-t ilie time ha- gone l.v when the fear 

of giving iimbrage to t!ie old.-r nieud-ers v, . o:]. i enib.aVas.s the r'an.li- 

e h.e.oiir.- : and II > such fear still linger 



The memorial t 

.that one .- 
should be on the Lang;::.: committee.- 
Academic. ans o:maik \<jry jastiy that 
there arc, or should be, no rival ,me 
argument is founded on th 
exist, and that the r.valiv 
Associate class down." Ait" 

.„e for the A-octa; 
exhibiti 



privilege for the Assoc 
id weighty 1 
exhibited wor 



f ter put 



proceeds :— " The 

cy of artists 

ption that such rival interest- do 
tting in a claim 



9 with the following extroiuolv 
same time we freely neknowled ge 
th i 111 and 



d be promoted thereby 
i greatly raised,' 

Tim imei-cM anneLcd to the Danish struggle has taken to 



The New York 



.■■."C'.ov. m f-Minrdoii- eitie-, 

. Forestera' Kte took place i 



the Leicester ra.'eConr-c 






in i nii|.i-.| the l...[i....ii up. Tln-v next - 
o bo tiikeii off Uie [.|-eiii,..i mi-.k-r the ni-eictioti of the police. 
Richmond.— The city of Riclmiond, by the last censu 




VAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. 









i-'.n..r„r.";-,o'V". 1 .V. -n. ( jr,;." ' "' '"'' "" " ' "''"' 

The i.imnnel Fleet at Spiihoad was 
On Thnrsilay wt ek detnehrucn! - ••! 

le ,■■■!.■'■■. I I ,i II ■.....!■• " 

\ ( 1 I ,1 I 1 

:>u.i A-! Cm- s-UVit-s-mg-oi,,!,,!,,! ", 

The InvciTies.s-shire lliel '„., ■ I 



The e.-.iimy ,..} I-Miid atrgh in; bt in wore inspected ;i 




TirE VOLUNTEER JfO^TvMENT. 
The- Qia-ci:- (W'e-rmiii-ter) Rcginmi,' o.t Vohinteci^ was 

\ 1 1 K Saorolic. ill I I r I h I i IMul 11 

o-imd v.a, io-pi !.;,- ,. -.( i-.-. n c i.,,.1;,- of ti.e V. ■' ': M.. |..l ;.. ■: ■ an a ,- i lie ".-..aa. dial 






The Fitzwilliam challenge cup was shot for at the Govt 

■ - ' n Sat in-day last, by i 









M 1 



| HN-1 ). .a.;.|, .-1 e..a-e, !,.■..! Hi.' ei'.., ,.; :.;-;:,.-,:.;- n-c-ih.-i ... 



The annual pri/c me. ting of the Essex link- Association was 







THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON N*EWS 






ECHOES OF THE WEEK. 
lUmed to say last week, writing in advance of the e 
icr? scattered the Ministerial party in the Lords, 

thoroughly beaten in 1 lie Commons. The succe 

■.rimed without their . 

ilanx, "fighting boldly f 
n their benches a* did 



Conscript bathers when the 
at the gates. The -ucec-s in the G. minions was mi; un- 

? talk at tin' rli.ib- giving, according to the wishes of the. 
■laiortty of four or of ■ waity-li ve. Something between the 
i in fact, was tin- iralitv . and old stickler-, to the records 
. when parte fccline ran tempestuously hiirh. Cfvumbk- at 
ci.wirvan.l .gmte in-". inc.-- of oi-hrv. ninety, or 12"X The 
\ their tumdUy ; their-- wa- no defined policy— they "'ere 
"" * r peace: they b„io the same charges on 
erence," as the heralds say ; they were 

,.-.. ..- ■ . ■.. ........ ...m nave nemi rejected l.y mo-i i hlnkum men. and 

notably hv Mr. Kn-km. wlio has gi' 



[•hot norc-'ld. an.l liav. 
n-i-.ik.lv by Mr. i;.u-d;,n. who I: 
hi- feeling-, even a- thoicd) t 



their pretty li 

fi!= they -peak eternal silence i* 
Iii -e where he note-, as we did. i 
to forego and forget his " Hist 

< ma Qi - 11 calls m n 

backsJ' Our fut 

■ fa pally > 



■' Stones of Venice" might prate of his 

'"* ~ks, "are worth any man's 

i -land up iii the kugh-h 

' or pcr-or,ality. wiide ,-vcn 



■■ a cony, and we turn our 
ioldJy alluded to [hi- great 



destruction, seeks admission into the German 
i proposed to herself the task of jjrganising and 



licet — that dream oi all Fatherlan 



ke.m'iig up the neat 

?o. we shall find tha 

the Danes. In America. History note- not 

expedition and the struggk 



1 or Yankee taskmasters ; I h 

-h... cm. :,.-■■ Ut :;,!;:i7. a U'.--i. :■;. .' ■ .med.-rac c ' ' i-l-cwb 

Cornel Anders...:, wishes to follow ■■ ;he hrmht -parldmg waters of i 

« \ I i t [ i — kovu i.. the ocean ot gear, 

l i Hi T .-. dissolved : no ni an is i. .oi enough 

doubt it. The t'niot, e- ■:,--■-.. v./d. ' X,,w although th;- mav remi 

r Elijah Pogram. and the bright home of the 

in the settin' sun. still it is a great «ign of tl 
' think with thi? honest gentleman, and. if .- 



times. Many 
: so, the beginning 

American war has 



of the end, although a long end. perhaps, of 

In Mr. Lumlei - Remims one. of the ( ipcra "' the 

s:o t -y to the effect that when I'maee Louis >"apoh 

i.'avrucnae's (hang ..,-■ tie- people after an erudite h 

Lumley, li that man is clearing ' 

. nave been clearing tIil- wav for h:s Imperial Maio-tv. and 

',-:■'-■';■'■■'- -<-■' ' Vl '-: '■ '-V v.-.av. :■::::._ w. ;h .. -; range mt-.arst t;.e 

ich Pi si ti i i i 1 I pies— 

i< ' ' . i t t m 1 li 

be no European bar to another little ad: a -t meet .:■:" territory. "Block- 

1 Fate always 

the bold. There is one thing very 

adjustment many will rejoice at the-m 



earnestly t 



Lk.gkmd. 
..;r way ivh.:!, 



i from helping tin 
ployed, and busily so, i 



y for me."_ A great 



. story. Fortune favours 



:■ iMiik of the l;hn-:e. 



certainly to more i 
t published t 



ve;i!. ten thousand tit k-pa ::■?■= 

a hundi-ed. Nor, in the matter of liooks. has 

sy. Messrs. Sampson Lo>a . Son. and Matron 
'■English Ca.taio^n-.-..-; >':...ok- for T'.i-eniv-.;:-j!ir 
V'.rn's. from Jam 7, ls:k".. to Jan. 7. ]sri3." It is of f'l* pp., and 
contain- the pnka-her's name and date of puhhkatiou of t;:.-,nu 
dj.-:mct '.vaks: and it ,- calcilated th;:' '21.'»iu h.-,,k ; . have been 
published diu-mc the lasi c-i-ht year-, or an avvraere ot 27*7 a year, 
exclusive of reprints. A- in our bo...k- w, ■<■, n...t count title- 
[■a.ces of pampiil..t- nor o: -vend edition and the like, we may 
eiaim f.-.r w.y nut ho: - and p routers an mdu-tvy rear! v e^ual to that 
ot Pari-, which city ha-, however, !-ee:. !...,■ i'nn v ..ar- or lei. lated fr.r 
.■- hteraiy activity. 

The Dean of \Vestminster ha.- con -..rued tha; a monument to 
Thackeray si. all he put up in th-.- Akbev. Fa-Id, n- d-tne a Granger 
and alone in Lisbon ja,t one hnia.h'ed and ten vo.r, ago. was 
I ad, b--.- i •.., ;h.: ad;;ma';:a. .■ f a ■■■■..-,:■. <.:.■:■ loae,.: ' ■.■j.-iii t.'hevah.,- 
' "eyrionnet.for the last tribute <a )- =po.-r He att.;aided 1ms 
e lm ep:taph. and me-1 th-, Eacl -a tariorv to build a 
. For the second Ek-Idinc. a- M;.-s Grolite tnthu-n 



first, \\liiletnpon tlie subject of : 
dish of jM-rJrts t,,,tj„ur>: ,,..,</,,„,■ a^ain. .^hakspcare is to have a monu- 
ment in-New York. Pan. of th..- re-pm-he sn,,.. and a lai ce pan. too. 
ha- been .sub-cribed, and the moiuaiieat aall - emt.raee a statue." the 
I It 1 1 sted bvthea i'i,.;'o : iiv ' k.o"e 1 \,it rait • .' 

iV.a.i tile I'r. ■.;■-;,., at ].\r.* ai.d the Stratford bus' 
with the immortal William yet. In this pre 
A-'dirufluloriK-'d Ji, .i.irv.- v rind him "consider 



Nor have wed 

■nt number of t 

l il n 



,,-ieare collectors. 

Has anyone seen in the Puvhr for the k..st hlt weeks a gram- 

■ ■).:!. .;a-' ; :•■:;. he |.lna-e ■■ It s in" " '? It i- v.^Il k;;.-.v.T, 

:..-.t Dean .Akold. in \u- ' Q .e.-:i> hi.g]i,li.- d,,-.,nded this vat-m-am 
ir. Moon, in his hveiy l.....>.,k. " '1 he JJc.a;.'- En t di-h." ha- belaboured 
im very soundly for this and other soleei.-ms, Ld us giv him a 
or Lri-,-. m aid lorn, Tem.y-on, who aa: • o, hi- babv, " n,av ;■■ ,- : ,nh 

.'■■-;- ■ ■ . ; ■ 



t-.nv!y the "old parte in the shovel-hat," io Dean Ahord hnmoronsh 
;-i.vie. h;m-e.!. ha-, leaiiit u l,y this time, and v.jj noi imain v.illnm.fy 
answer, when a da.-t who is there. ■ Plea-e S,r. u ', ,„ ( ? - This con", 
troversy in the Il<*ni,, ,-: well wo--l1i reading, and should be reprinted. 
Tw,, celeb'-ated per.-ouag,..s_o.r 1 ,-. h.-.-mc an idetraetioii— may be 
placed in the obituary. The rd--tr,wtiou ,, ?'/,, <,,>■!. which, after 
No. ](iO(i (it began at No, lump c ? :,ses to be, It contained 
"■riv iiLfon.iat-.il of u-,:unag.-, and pick-d aji the wlii.spej-s 
■ : ' ■■■ I ■■ .... < Mkce. In- ... ii. r I - ' M a: .ha'. OOi." -he N-V. York 

r .•e-.-poudent of the Xt,twfar<l. a v.nter wlio akvay, amused, 
but never in; tructed. He held a dashing — 
miss; heovet threw alike propriety and gTarliu; 
ti.u-.--i v.ere Id e '.ho-e fienre- -.; iu.th pass before 
taw them ph inly enr.ii._di. be: ihe next moment forgot them. Peace 
be to ins ad" es 1 A ra bid Northerner at one " 
thought bin self round to General Pcott D opm 
the " wayi ,ard sisters go in peace." 



'' wili 



ia.ete-tk 



Abai-ei- l-vader has returned to Damascus from liia pilgrimage 
The Gi eat Eastern left the Mersey for the Thames, on 



CURRENT LITERATURE, 

Life and Times of Caroline Matilda. By Sir C. F. LosceUes 

"VYruxall. ban. id vol-. "W. IT, ,\)k>u and Co.) Chivalry is not 
-I.-. id ; i r only . u. : . n,- ■) i ■! i. . -ed, (.allant gentlemen no longer d.-.n 

.ytmSslj. 

and pi-iuted j-.am|>h;..'t =, and at the r- .in: r>f the pen defend the lepnfririon 
of long-buried loveim--.-- fr.au wiiat ilie\ considor nunien:-_d aspei>i,->n. 
^O Mary Mnart has had her whiiea .i-'hei-=. aiel C ar- .:-.ne Ma- ilda has 
found a fresh champion. There is a cry of ".Sir Laseelles to the 
rescue!" and three hugo volume- i--nc trorn t!io pia-.-s to clear the 
name of a reputed adult. a-,;.--. The time is certain!-, not ,n chosen for 



; virtue of departed I 



'' . » i "i B rf e m T„ £ 0oi ^, c , < i.^j; 

I 1 I |, l l -, | |] 

lliev a). pea! ahmot entio-lv to the svmpathi.-s ,-.i - -,,,,,-t; ■■.- y^,., ■■ 

' , , I " T 1 I Tl 

II 1 [ I 1 i -i | i 

i= a shade vrorsc than making r ] hi h t [ ] 

11 '■ M ll v r ''■■■■'■ ■■ ■ :■ ■ i o'. w- ,i > •■ .a. .1,1,- ;,; l;,i 5 -i 0s -. 



-tandniL.-. 

Bweet sister. They may have 



Ufe 

majority of Englishm 
11 history of 









■ contrary notwif.h- 






respect to the intrigues i 



t wl.-ely, and that she i 

fate of .Striiensee; but, -with 

.one- of her inarned lite . with 






c residence at Celle, 



lor i-.-srormg h..-|- to thi' p.-.siuon she bad b-L n> the -u-|.|.:i. .to -ud- 
denness of her ea-lv death— then memories can well alb.-rd to Ije 
refreshed. Tuit our author ha; lit tier motive-- than the refreshment 
oi memories f. .r reviving a ha!r-!orgol ten trao..-..l y. One is that -within 
a very- recent period a perfectly ne.v light ' has been thrown on 
the whole affair, bv penni.-i-.n being gTanted to examine the 
privy archives of Copenhagen;" another, that he has been 
enabled to procure a copy of the " Meinonvs de mon Temps," 
wntt 1 i 1 I i t IT ( i 1 ) tUi . 1 i . 1 

Christian Ylk. which the late King -a Dean- a. k allowed to be printed 
for private cireuiatioii , auoth- r. tiiat lie has iiad the ..pponunitv ot 
dene...-. .Ve. of the late Sir 
N. VY. Wi-itxall. udio \v;i; iniieh employed in the iiiteie-t of the Queen 
of I'enmai-k : and, another, that there has jailer; mto i, ; - hands aeo|.\- 
of the nevcr-vet-pitbh-he-.l lettev (of the geumnenc-s of which he suvs 
there is no doubt i winch the Qm .u of 1 Denmark, on her deathbed, 
■m-ote to her brother. George HI. Our author does not seem to 
be |l el that lie I 11 m c tahk.-i:im_: the innocence of 

his protegee, bill leave-.- tiie decision to his leader- ; "and we must beg 
leave to follow hu- cvample, for there is, no doubt, great weight in a 
in the letter alluded to above, which 
was "discovered hi the -v-crot m-cktves of Hanover ' some \'ea.!-- aeo, 
n= welt as in a ivported r.,,;\ .a-., lU on m " FaicJ-v-ivkiold's ib-moirs", 

lning pei-suii- of 1 -udt. II a Queen, a wov. and a. mother 

should nuiko a e..ufe--ioii of ihshcuiou)-. of which she had not been 
guilty. rn< ivlv rr.-.in a hnmane desire to shelter the dastard u ho must. 
ov,dcatly have traduced het honour io,:a the ba-est an-! mo-t s c Lrish 
motives.' is more than ' 
(tlmioiei-hbied) won. an. Worn 

stop short at eonie-iou- of uucommutcd adidterv. It i- tnw thco 
oeca-icuiallv confess the sia, and that without the .-hdife-i -hume': 
but, vou ni;iv de]>en..'i upc.n it. then it ha- been committed. 
H I U It L\ 



■ay.) A reprint, in pamphlet, ft 
it! ; he is \ 1 acouum 



is ago. Mr. Hope's obiect is 
uuexc- 

treats, and his advocacy it distinguished bv sound tenso and mode- 
ration. The place which the art-workman has hitherto occupied is 
that of an aiionvr.ioro item amongst o_m- of thou-ands. His demerits 
mav thus hav,.- been overlooked ; but hi- Dier;t- have run the same 
chance. Mi". Hope w:-hc- k.m to coine tor ward boldly in his own 
mrnie. claim in. competition the distinct!--'!! which i- juklv lus, and 
av.-.id by publicity the tempratum to carelessness winch at present 
be-..-ts him. Every one interested in the <-|nesl.ion slioitM at least read. 
wiiA- Mr. \-h-w advances. 

Tlirn- lhm* of " FaHit/a S-yrro":. From the French of Felix 
Bungener. (lvol. Smith. Eider, and Co.) This is a Lit tie book 
which require, the gentlest treatment. One mav consider v. iu..:i.;..l, 
1 I I alter ;dl, very lianmaJ, and the senti- 

mer.tahty contained m it i< very natura.i.lv and very simple expressed. 
A fathei- ha- l...st ,i o ih;it ha.= kiiewn 'mioIi a 

loss will blame the loser if he sets down up paper and put. Ladies 
via; sympathising perns;U of those who have been in like sniVerum 
the leflecfjou-: which came upon him from time to time during the 
short period winch elap-cd horn the moment when the little face, so 
dear to him in life, so dear to hmi after death, grew cold and cxpo : s. 
Sionle-ss. until tin- awn. I I,, in when the little body, which had been 
the 01 l( - 

■■eolil obstruction" of the grave ? The book is intended for con- 
s.-latio--. rather than iea- meie himent ; and its exquisite simplicity in 
I I 1 l I | L 1 

.)/"'■/. Talbot. By Holme Lee. " 
'■ Maude Talbot " in a new form 13 n< 
both grave and gay, which, for grai 

to nature are -croud to nemo. The- author, moreover, has at command 
the delicate shatts ot pathos and the stinging lash of satire. The 
portraiture, too. i- for the mo--r. part excellent. 'Hid herein is the chief 
defect -d the book, that :-..-. many and :-^_, equally attractive are the 
portraits, flit- interest ot the leader IS ..li vide' I and. weakened, instead 
of being concentrated and sustained. Plot there is m >-■,.., and the 
story, so far a- the heroine i- encemed, is oxei-ediiigly simple. It is 

lineage." A man of acre-, a mushroom— but in all other respects a 
most worthy- gentleman, loves the heirc.v- of the Talbois and is 
loved in return, but— such is the heroin..-':? pride of bin.h— reic-cted. 
Hence arises a bo: hi „ ■ I L i Its i him in prema- 

ture death, to her in a hie of sadness. $he has, however, a younger 
si-ter who doe* not .-hare her views about ■■ family," and the contract 
between stately Mai 

story, and thai th 



Smith, Elder, and Co.) 



tp even love, and 



y and their ways should be most engagingly 

• lesc'iiieu, is no mo.. : - than on..- v.ould imvc e-tpectec 1 ' 

of "TV.or Match." Of the large, sensible, and hu 

the author holds on all rnatters, Cbjieeiallv the < 

t i I tl i 1 1 ill I i | Ml] 

Mattie: a Stray, By the Author of "No C 
Hurst and Blackett.) A very pleasant and orig; 
slight drawback of gm rulousucss and .Jiltu.-encs-. 
managed go as to bring out in strong relief t 
unselfishness <,i one Mattie Gray, who, having heei 
perilous position of an onphaii child straying m 
kon.lon, devot.-s- her-c-h i.. i h..- nuere-:ts of her benef 

EOmetimes assume:-- a i..rui which lavs 1 , t .. ihe ' u , ',,,.] ",m' 

1 t i tl 

'" : ■'■'■' ■ ■ '■■■ V '.- !!■:■■. i. : ,.-..,...-. ,-.. 

rmnacie, ,hcv i--p..ci.dl r the l.-dyi ,:,.-e o,,,\ bile ,o j- uonderlnl 

minds They b 

of a see-aw or a weathercock ; and the tails- . ■cea-i.,u up..n which ihev 
bo!h at, once eouiman't our a,.lmuRt;.,n ,s. when t-a.lnev eonndes to 
l-Liu-nct the stiu-thng -eciet oi hi- e..,,i;,. : .- i,::,,,],-,..,. ;,..,( Han .^: v-,^ 
jh for that or any other trial: the situa- 
.Sidney, n-. doul,), di-sphns r taiiehue-s 
; but his vacillation after the recovery of 



tough 



jn sic. 






Tin- pi'i'luctioti of Coiuiod's new i 
al.ees-y-. Theatre, has l,, cn atti-nded v 
wh!c!: his coimti-vmcii .::■;;■ i.;e hv the phi 
no' csaii, nor will it detraet f,'.: : ,. ■;,■ - 

lilt I 1 i 1 ) 1 i iii 
maybe caveii to " Mivella." as being m 
and le-s,lef,„-n!,,l hv cru.le harm. .me, :„„ 
'■u..-c.a-,.fn] p.e.-ur,..]-. km. .,- a drama, 
mfc-nor to •■Faust." and hence its com 
'•' '■■. ice pointed u out as a fact 

the merits ,,f the inu-ie than of the "..],„„.,. , 

united. Ti 11 1 11 li | ] , 

"1"-^- What can be u,o,e l,- ; mt:fu! than the music of the 
" Zauberflote " ? And yet the ■■ Za.ib.-rM; ic' ha= neve,- beei, even 

1 on the stage. If x ! ] 

!- omy m ,.n, concert-room- „r drawim-o ., ,.)= thai we can cmoy ihat 

jl Ul 1 the 1 of ».,.!., 1 -in,,,-., a. i It 

" hau-t o: <..o:iii-,dy .o:i-.-lv ,.:.,,,,;, ,.: : , demem will compare for 

a niotneni the , ;l ,,, , ,,.. c, ,,, t h..- .-i..-f-o',.e"v re of the iLln -trmus German. 

Jklt thc-"l-a:.lst '■ of Spot,, .-a;.,,, oi v; I oa :d iabh .■.-[..■ : die " Faust " of 

Gounod i- the grand and pathetic ,,„„.: of G.-etko. As ,,, - Mrrelki" 
it is a little pastor;,]. K ,ti.,,- ).i-.a.-.v. .-..,, ,] :. 

' ' * lie subject of ;,. s] l: v| ric opera of two or perhaps 
three acts. But wire-drawn as it has been by the Parisian play- 
wright, it became i ■ ; . ■ .,■■. ,. ■; , 

to uie p.otide-roiis tragedie- Ivn.-pics of th-- Ficnch opera staee ; and 
that it should hav- a similar elb-oi .ai ;i!l Pneh-h audiem i- wa- :■ 
thing to be expected as i( m.atter of .., .in,,,. I he hbietto of " Mirella" 
is !..n.!ided on a popular tale by Me-tial. a Piv.vetical poet. The 
iiicidems ate tew and simp!,.-. Th,.- s.-en..- i- jaal i,', the south of 
France. Mirella, the daughter of a wealthy farmer, i- a ru-cic helle, 
whose hand is contended for by the young men oi the di-tnet. She 
te young basket- 



. ope, a depend- : 




tenderly treated by her fai h. : -r. who m,w ,-epents his cruel 

-of the outrage surtei.-.d h-y i.er lover, and deter- 
1 i 1 r mav pray for In 

recovery. *he set.- onr ,, L her vcear\' j.,m:,.-v but iTa.f a.::d csihaii-non 
tiudei a burning -,,;, u;so r der her rca-om She .-ecS an c -static vision 
of a splendid cu > . which she bedcc- to I 1 1 1 , [ 

though exi-ting omv ii; hc-r heated iancv. i- vepresented by the scene- 
pau-'er as a reality. She arrive, at U-agth -c the mat ot kei Vk-rimagc 
A processor! of pileTim- is cutermg the ..hum and she ,.- emerum 
with ii.e.ii when hm- repentanr father and her lo-"' — 






of ichga,'.,.- p:o-, while her 
pa tonal exliibition like that 
"Faust." Such is the oricin; 
adopted at Her Maiestv's Th-.-at 
the coiiclusioii to the i ma -mite,: 
hliett it hum when Mi 
disappears, 



apotheosis is repre 
of Margaret at tte 



appear. They 

ti-aasp'or: 



jrfc 



ctu-tain drops, leaving 
the church at the back 

til' -re 1 . \ mc ■■■■■ .'.. I '■!■., d , V. lb : M ■ I i,. m 

tiap.ksplav. wonJivoi a t.hri-i 

Mirella ha- fainted in the arm- ■•< iiei l,:.vcr . and. as -he mm.ars to Iv 

retui-ning to coiiscioiisne.-. the 

suppo 111 I ve)--aier. imitc-.-i. A-t.-, the 

I 1 1 tamp of i 

impressed on it. Iv.eiaw here we observe the g 
a- the faults, which are apparent in -Faust," 'I 
no great, variety of U;U ,,. :d phraseology. In une on 
in the other, there are mam- pr..t;v and pka-ine; t 
offspring of a musical mind; but " the artistic pow 

absent, and 

g simply and gracefully. 



3 

he composer possesses- 



STTh 



Take, 



fathei-'s feet, '-Qui mi prostro."' wh.: re tin- lank mu-t strike even 
one. Perhaps the finest nielodv m the opera is the ah" sung by 
\'in.'..-iio., m the third act, ■■A'::, se de' prie-iii. line!," su lx-auttiiuiv 
w.uhled^by (ding-liiu _: this L- a rcmimscoace ' of the popular " Salvij 

! Tl t 1 i ['I I IM 

I r.c. ..■.■mpliciited pieces 6\ : 

concerted music, which are employed by the ma.:-; ma-o.rs U) caiyvmg 
on their most, animated scene,, he i- mn.-h less :-ucCes-Lul. In this 
■.e attemp.'. of this kind— the finale to 
the second act— in v. Inch the scene oi v.o.ct. 

on tlie iliscovery of the heroine's lov,, for the po.,r baslmt-maiter, i;+ 
\ moroush- painte-.l. Dut tin- i- a solitnrv instance: and ihe art of 
c.Hstnuti m/-lhar art which has enabl.-d Mozart, Kossiui. and 
-Mov<a!.,vr •,-, pro. lure their m< ■-! -anmua ..-tl. •:• ~^- \-.,t te' be ac-purerl 
by M, Gounod. ■■ Mu-ella " lias derived eveiy ' advamaee from 
Hie manner in which it has been produced aud'r performed at ITer 
Majesty's Theatre. I'lia.-n- mav be < aiied the Alia- of the! opera ; it., 
whole weight rest--, upon her shoulder.-. .She is -earcely ever absent 

girl, the impassioned woman, (he wiivworu pilgrim, hopelm.-. imd dis- 
tracted— she is eijualiv cltariniiig. \"mcen. ■■,:.. .},.■ yoimg lover, is a 
feeble character : lait l.imghm ereaie-- ij.terosi lay hi' s ic-uderue-s and. 
feeling. dune;As Uaimondo. the ,i.--ni father, is' a powerful piece oi 
acting ; .and Samley. as the ;-avagc l.'na- .a kind of Polyphemus:, 
thsplavs lus tisna! dratiiativ ami o.o] ..cox-llcuce. Ga ; -ier's able p,-r- 
torumuee. too. of -\ mbroeio ( \'iue..-i ].:.,'.- futhcii. is not to be over- 
looked. There are three other part*— la v t ua. a n.nm, . IC :'. ,- , \p,Une 
I'l-cbelh); Viii.',.-ii,in;i, the sister or Vmeeii^o (.Mdile. Uebouvl : ;md 
Andi-ehmo. :i sliephc-rd-lxo l.-M.'kie. \', ■■;,., ; . . :_., 

nnce, but which show i u t i the \ \ i t t .,: i , i 

formere. Tli< ■■n.l Use ..-.pern is put upon 

ihe -tape in a way which does the highest honour to tia mammemem 
of Her Majesty's Theatre. 
The only remarkable 
Italian Opera ha " 
year*, of the best of Donizetti's 
with unprecedented strength, Adeline 
Nemorino ; Ttonconi, TJulcamara ; ai 
scarcely add that it has been hilly a 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



i held, 



■rgan, the noblest b 






• 



, count ly. already 

ced that ninety-three 

„ ( on for the G\i"> pn>e-t 

"n.i..'V' m.1 r,„T j,-|.-nd- afterward- dined to- 
the evemn" a number of glees and madrigals 
toiiLPUiv a—i-icl by vuimg gentlemen from the 
.le Onnch. St. Michael's, CornhUl ; and Christ 

■' .(' iV.pkm- lb l.iinpus. and E. M. Lott. This 
v- the- co-operation of several of the most dis- 
; lioth metropolitan and provincial, of whom thia 



M.UIp. I.-aUdlc Soulier -uvea Mr.rm.-e M te-ioalc, . m Thui -l;i> 
eek. at the A-amble Ko,„ii-. .-euth JM^i.nin. to a crowded 

i :., :,,:■ |. .,..,-,-■ -,\ ; ,- .[-■■... :■■■; I ■ v Mdiie. Murteielle. Mr. <-. 

.1 Sifji-.r Nappi. vocal ocrf. .imn'- : by Mr. Foleyit Keeves on 
— '--cello. and SiL'ii-.'r Giuho Rccmdi en 

er first matinfie on Thursday the 
Rooms. This young lady is a vocal 
does not w' - * 



and i. liar Mr. Webster sii] 
Fn.le. the part? of Janet 

pi' Mtion in the excellent 



rial character of Richard 



nd da«| 



enter receiving inter- 
ellon. Mr. J. L. Toole 



r Lidel o 

i guitar and concertina. 1 

Miss Helen Hogarth ga 



tTthe.Sest talent, 

, Miss De Courcy, Miss 



. elegant and refir 

up Beiiede'i's son;;, - Fi,;]ia 
li,,m "La Favorita" .- 



lelodia." The air, "Nobil 
by Miss Lascelles ; Arditi'; 



l':.. ,-.■■■_ !■!■■■■< ..ad 

Signer Giugli ■ 

Mendelsohn's itjushimu, " ju »uoii 

S^nui." from the " Huerneiiol-. 1 ' wa- Ming 
solig. "The Sin-nip-cup." l.v Mr. Nantley 
S^iTovriug." bv Mdrne. Saiiiton-Dolby 
compear; Haltou'.- " The lark now leaves nrs wiutry 
Mdme. AYeiss ; Weiss's - We were boys together," by 
himself; and Aiditi's bolero. ■ Lce-ge.ro invisibile," b 
Courcv. Mdin.;. Arabella Goddard played Benedict' 
■'Where the bee sucks;" and (with M. Sainton) 

and I>e Bcriob- duel for the pi: 

"Huguenots." Mis Schiller pla; 



Mr* Wei 



Horn •' ban.,: ," and Mr. Edward JI-w- 
air- !']■■■■].: the " Purit 



;'s "Erl King," and an 

The roons was crowded to t!ie dooi> with 



THE THEATRES. 

St. James's. — Ft- wer theatre- are now open than at 
period in many former years. At the "West End we have b 

Adelplii, the Prince-', the Olympic, and the St. James's. At tl 
we had a novelty on Saturday— a burlesque by Mr. Burn and * 
subject of "Faust umi Maiyii-Ti:<-*." Not that the subject is 
le.vel. tliOiwh tile bmloo.pa.' is— albeit somewhat anticipated 1 _ 
s.une writer- extrav,e..;o!;'a lately pe; ■■ .rmed a'. the Greenwich Theatre. 
YVner. Goethe first t,,ok in hand the puppet -show play of " Fan.-t " 
there could have l,e-n little expeetat.on ot the immense popularity of 
t!.e argument, lit- mode oi treatment, too, was altogether esoteric, 
and better cahidated i- e'.uu adver-e criticGm i ban ;■■ attract the popu- 
lar mind. Plen'.v <.,f quarrel-erne reviewing followed on the pub- 
hcation of the various portions of that strange drama, the 
implied infidelity or immorality of which was more than 
shrewdie sn.-i-.-cted by both the orthodox and heterodox of those 
days. The new phdo.-epb\ w a- then in as bad odour a.? neology has 
been since ; and indeed incurred m-ie di.-hke. because not :-o generally 
J aal '.:: ' ■■ -boual Imd aid i:i tla ir art loan 

' e of Kaut was a mystery that not only raised 
:s should have, 







New Volcakos in the Moon.- 



T. W. Webb a 



l.au.l l.i.'.. He,,'., re, ii.la tl^l 
in :.)„■ i:i-t thirty yeaw. 

New Minor Plankt (the eightieth of 






tnvat L.iLia.iiu.i.l ha.l I- 



A Deposit of Boulder-clay at Freuington, in North 

UN :.. L lev,': ,,'ai! ■■,...,! e ■■.,,, i 1 , I , i ;■..■ imdoi 

-e.a r- Uie ridded bcooll 



: eruuity. That SdnU-,rs latest a 



played. Our ■ 



: might demonstrate, as he did, 



\Val \] 



been anticipated 

o: i lie Gernian bard -'.as ],lo:',v due to [lib partaking ' 

>., Ul e phUo;-o],liy winch our great poet had wrought out i 

nn.-.l worked upon m b..- play-. LiioU-h he ha.l u,;-ver diawn 

arV-'.eiai Vet th;= lather la.r/ed and puzzled the iflCred 

satid'ied them. In fiict. ihey would rather have had the cntrary 
asiunption involved a world of difficulty in 
many ways. it wa- evident that there was something it wa- 
needful to learn ; and tb" ' 
people do not like to take 
lor lie had peculiarities 
philosophical ami -cauitJiC .--.hena.- while writing hL- play-, ami 
p.jems. and occa.-ioua!!y a.b.mbrating the verities which he ti,. .light be 
ha. I .-eeured in both, by mean: ..f (plaint figures and devic s. wliich 
arc to be found in all 'his •,■■,. rk.-. b.,;h eer-e and j.ro.— . At length, a- 
the great inediuui ,,j hi. th. .1 , -lit-, thehrst division of -Faust" was 

Completed, and the hero's adventure with j r. innoreut Mareuienie 

totally e.inehided. Great, then, wa- the wonder and content ,,-n. The 
valvar feared to appioach the poem, and the it-fined denied its claim.- 
as a work of art. Nevemiele.-s. there were symjiathetic leader-.. 
Chiefly among tho-e who Were theui.-elves poets and had, therefore, 
ere-aiive minds; and by lla-e th,.- man-ell. .us pr. .dmiion was duly 
cla r.-he,i and appreciated, At lei..'th an opinion fuiaued in its favoiu-, 
and it found its way to the- -ta-e, i„.tli as an opera and a drama, but 
not m the wot. I-, ,-,] ,[. Mi-ie-inal an:li..r. Anions his various proc* 
at the Frin.es-', Mi. t.'harl. - tvean ■ eutured on an English tra: 
of a French adaptation, which, after some oppos: 1 -' — 
popidar. Mr. Ke.tu buu-eif ]....rforanii.e: the part of Me 









Then the subject 

e. Mr. liuruand's Imrlestju. 
this earlier attempt, and, v 

lea-t original. A competent bnrie-ipie--. 



might 



for.il..inai.i,.u- invited, which, had he t 
time, might fecure f~ t; ~ 



; prudently confined 1 

" ' expanded ma ma 
: very effectively, 



-,i |L e.a o;..,: 
' ,ok sumClent 
Mr. llurnaad. 



was tu>t intended t 



■■ Stella Colas, o 

The appointments 




c Roman Calendar has been discovered t 

t.i'la'i.nvH o'.Vue^^.-'i.m at N ',;.l! -'.'"v. 'iVn"- -,u i:er 

OP HOBAIIT, TASMAKIA.- 




. el UlU III . I ,1 I III 1 I, lit (1 t 

, Kun-xl there.- The l^ncg were in th" m.u 



. -. a.ai-.i '■me i, : u, ,.,,!„-, mrie lao r- <A t -|\.w[l 



.■ !■■ )::■ .11 -J ■! ,. ■ .1. Wltil i, li, r_'e 



I .': , !■■ , [, 1 I !:.!■, '.j I. 




siwtotnatS TlX. C 3. The^ l RM^°or iq melanfc 




The French autliorit ies have made a coh.-iderablc fraril ot" 

i-.U'U- ■ . ■■ I ..erl- ■ . 

A curious family law.-nil ha- iu.-t be< i, soil led at Paris. One 

1- Per, nea! ;u.-i iie .,■ L..r;e-y m ■ u Hie I t R e EmbdJ)', 

veally " e..oe i;i, ;■„■ : ; i,.,:( " tl,.,; Pea, Mo. I -eve:,', .■-.-lie ee.iieC. l,.,lue.-.rien,,il 






,i ^ rll _, [ lf [| , , I U 11 i it ^ lu h it ■, 

ji.uirttcl" wnh ,:xc,:- ■■ i , e c, ,. ifji i diiriuK his ufo. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON gEWS 



BOY ASLEEP. 

exquisite theme or "motif 




t title for a picture I We give the painter 

" ' 'ie intended this o<ld definition to ixf.v 
tiny toy terrier which this fair girl holds bo daintily and i 
and whose suiotln.T ui whire worked hair may have provoked such 
an appellation. But we fear there are some p.-r.^i^ ^ devoid of : ,ll 
sense of gallantry as to be capable <A -e.-kmc !.■> i > x iIig name "Fluffy 
on the ladvliersetf, under pretence of its being applic ' n ' 
warm golden— we dare not say red— hair and 



" STARTLED." 
Jfn. Haiuiison Weiu'3 
ihuv.-iii!-' (engraved on page 
68) of a blflckcoek ■■ ^nled" 
;Lii.lt)yiii i r.cvi-l.--ritly"^iV!i',' 
on th,e wing." though 

<- MM -U 1. ..,.,::■ i . „ i he ' ■■■'.!■ I CO ■■■:■■ ■■' ■.■■■■■■■ 

' - in the mind of the sportsmen who f ™ 

anv n r..v..]|.',ii..n ,,f d,.- ke^ne^t {•!•■. i-ur 

■ II M.,:,,j . .L i-. |...Il!i-.l .rid -U--LP1-.0 ■■'■■: 

..._.___ seldom hit it 
flurry, particularly at its change of' position t 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



arid ;v other* he is altor-nhrr ,V; ■-,<-;■,-. or :he '-by;---- ad : 'u- ■■■. .'■: 
both in running and living, of ihjs ,-].->« of carac, and the caution it : 
necessary sometime to employ. .-, r ,n,.;.,!lv when on foot. literally t 
circumvent red and black grou-e i.ind ever., though in a much mine 
degree, the white grouse, or ptarmigan), when they are wil 
from wet and other circumstances, this is not the plac 
to speak. But we mav remind the roller of the hig 
-rancii':-."- M bl.vk ['.mi^-ivhi/:i :< <-vi.Loi:r from its protect 10 
.-,. /,'..,/.(/ ^:»k. an ho,i.,m nn,-,'. «•■■ r-">,-c. conf-rrM on any o; Ik 

,. -.,,.; rn -. i ■■!- !.■■!■ ' ■■■ -!■...,■!■ 



t-a^n. it is fortunate iJ,:u if. principal bree< 
vhence it can be proeured to re-stock the pr 
-.ounties. Again— as Willi regard m pheasant- 
carce seasons— it is not thought fair sport to 

Yet, with 



s S/.-tland, 
;.-.- .-,;!>" in 



scene of, comparatively, still t 



sheltered by the woodland and the ea*y, graceful, slopes of swelling 
hills, which scarcely afb .rd a. piimp-e of th- bloc dinance. and only 

« I 1 I l l II I j 1 | 

n cascade over- 
hung with alder- (in tin- view only old. dead stumps), and crossed here 
and iIv-tc by th.- rm.i-h plank bndge. H^v- we sec the buxom young 
mother carrying her babe — a human accessory invaluable im an 

a brilliant contrast to the mass of greenery. All this, we 
say, is familiar enough. Yet, do we over grow tired of it, 
and is not a reminder of ,r ever welcome in i \v arid brick-and- mortar 
desert of London? Lastly, we would observe thai lalt'ionel). 1 ke 
many other excellent landscapes in the pn-.-m. .Wdemv exhibition. 
placed too high for faur examination) Mr. Chester's picture is to be 



There ar- bnv 




of Nant-Francon— "the Glen of 

but the geologist takes us to 
period, when the whole vale was 

F.-ooprd l-.v glacier anion. ,\."ai :he c-vl'-hrated r^nryn slate quan-.-', 
accord, in.- co Ramsay, the Cumbrian an.'i Lmgula grns striking aero^a 







only employe 
owing passage in Browne's " Brittanla' 



ious been throuRU n 



, of the gl' 



Of late years, 
application to t 



many of the most beautiful v.irietie.- 
garded as useless, if not unsightly, 

"Ferny Combes" of North Devon. 

The "Combe" which is the sul 
landscape by Mr. George Chester (i 

however, not, we understand, aetuallv inDrvuli 
bouring borders of .Somersetshire. 'Nor is it 
nimply one of the many similar homel " 

enough to be haunted by pixie.- -inihat 



ar by many literary 



;t of the admirably-|. aimed 

ion engraved on page M, is, 
Devonshire, bnl on the neigh- 

y combe. It ia 

"but picture-quo 

all familiar— the coniioi i able farm- 



ie only work at Traiale «■ ■>■ pi ne wduch 
i peculiar merits of Constable ; and as 
instanced as peculi ' 



WIGHT, B 

which support the arcade 



"A NOVEMBER DAY IN NANT-FRANCON." 

Few. if any. countries ,.i Mi.-h limited area po-.-nt so murh diversii 
landscape M'enery as Nortli Wales, Here the l..fi vmmv. -clad pea 

i the elevated lake, the nianii 
of Atpme scenery, are foimd con 



lung. |a. T /d 



Lined wnh ile jn-.-eipitou.-i cto, or glen, and 

gi-im, gloomy ravine, and bin. k ; barren ni.or, or the green pasture 

the wooded slope. Henee .With Wales i< the most favourite n 

of the Fugli-di painter a- W..-U as lourist. At certain localities— as 
ee;itr;d -i.at.'.n at I Jet tw^-y-cocd, tlie li._ad-ipiail.-i'.s - 'f the late David 
I 'ox, and wJj.'iiee limr In- .-..nveiuent tv . xplored I he eastern d 
Suo-.e.lonia, tlie ruurse- of the Onwav and 1 ho Llugwy, and the wild 
vallevs of the I.ledr and the Machno — there is quite a colony and 
encampment of ;irt i.-t -- all through the summer and autumn ; and we 



Water Colours), whi 



>M? .J C. 



ibuili-.. The 
Ibed.fof the 



S ■ but 



. not say very deservedly so, 



ground in gold, 
four small coIl 
of Portuguese Imperial red marble, 
5 are in irish and Genoa green marl ' 

unent is 9 ft., by 7 ft. 3 in. in breadth. 



THE NEW GARRICK CLUB. 
Though a Londor 
handsome building to th 




her a remarkable one. It was il 
together t 

■i olb, .in; 1 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



to abandon. 

"!:■ ' 

■ :■ ■ ■ 



e direction will bear looki 
i King-street, Coven t- garden, which 
is, previous to its occupation by the 
■ Probatt's." It was rendered tolera 



hit ill-;. ,,|,1 place, inconvenient as 
I b 1 Add 



it. is, will Innc preserve the 
momhr-;-: nt" tli-: Garrick. From 
to Thackeray, there is a long s( 

have made the ' -an-id,. their fa vonnr. : . haunt, and whose memories 
connected «ith iboso room-. The visitor who has had the £ 
fortune i" I"- taken thrmmh them, tlint he might c\annrio the 
.-quailed clPi rinn of L!.-:itr,r i] portraits, will aHi reiani a pleas 
■ irenf tlir i ■■ lb ■ '.' .- th.it he went up one- 



ding the obligation of the club to Mr. Dnrrant, 

- left, the visitor found hun- 
ch occupies the whole of tin 

, perhaps, mure pleasant dinners have tx-cn 



i .Mr. IhiiT.oit, who 
Charles Mather. 

floor.' This 

f i h i) n i i i i il liket Mi 1 1 'and it hangs 

over the fireplace in the front- room, near Sir Edwin Landsecr's 
portrait of '.'hail- - Young. There are many verv nirero- ting pietnics 
in this room, anion- them a P. g Wottingo ■». Lee it he author of the 
■■Bedlam Tragedy," in nineteen act-i, Mrs. Prit chard, and Mr, 



mo.M gentlemanly one ot Pope t 
the Conn dree-s. two charming 1 
rmld-pcrf-iiiicl. the late Fi eder 
•" T ,ydia Kelly, and t 
1 probably be next comlnetei- 
.ed, the smoking-room, wMc 
tlttvlicht, an. 1 empty ; but which 
most "cheerful apartment in tow: 
artists who are members of the 
splendid seapiece, with 






:tle paintings ot ii<-~ i oole when 
:k Yates. Mrs. Davison (of rare 

through a long parage until lie 
i i< n-.t a cheerful apartment by 

t night, and full, is thought the 

It is adorned with gift- from 

hib. Mr. Sfanheld has given a 



. , and Mr. David Roberts has given a large 

pumcnzot Baalhec. one oj hi.- tine?: works. These great pict 



I til.- idlest 
■■. Stirling's bright face look* 



Thev 



i- then ho. light 
Mr. Charles Kemble (long 



■m— the author of " Vanity Fair." 
t to the hall, and taken up stab 
wall as hepa.-jediiewouldobserv 
member) a- Maol-eti 



e drawing- 

and "a MiU * > N--il as Ju 

called, which i- the front room, looking mlo h mg-trcet, and behind 
which is the m..'.niug-tv.mi. f,, r newspaper- ami writing, and in which 
is the Pinal' but e-.celh.-m library, rich in dramatic works. The coffee- 
room i-f devoted :■-' the meml»'rV dinners, and, a-, has Keen mentioned 
in this Journal, the lit- Mr. Thackeray dined for the last time away 
from home ar a table m a niche in winch hang- the -cone from the 
- ( laivlcstute Marriage " where Lord Ogleby ' 



i another scene from the sime play, and 
.iiueipa-ce are Garrn-k's candlestick-. Ream's ring, and some 
csof interest. The paintings in ihi- r^om are verv valuable. 
Foote. by Reynold, : a Sheridan; John Kembfe : Charles 
s Charles LI. (under which picture he often -a: in advanced life, 
when he in i» degree o.-cii .bl--d the audaoi. ,us, ,-talwart King in the 
painting). Mr-, Charles Keiuhlo. in maleutlire; Mrs. FiUwilliam ; 
Charlc-" _Mat hew-. p L ,r\ ;i tin-', roystei-mg Wo. .dward, rcuiimhi.g one of 






.- rattling nine.- o 
in the rnorni: 

strongest. 
On tbe se< 

ca-y-chau-- ; 



theatrical prints, 
quaint and eurio 
quite explains th 



. ,.■■-;.■ :■:.■ ■ 






iches not undesirable when hard work, like t 
,nd magazines, is in question. Here are numerc 

mcteim-tie portraits, and in a press full of lar 
complem-i. and most valuable of collections 
m the card-room, behind this, r 



.alk over ine'f" ;'Faix. 

le Prince's ferdita. which excu.se- his infatuation and aggra- 
liis treachery. When the visitor had seen tlie-e tilings -,.. L i ;t 
.usts, among them one of the late Justice Talf-aird can old 



■: --tranger-' . 



were lucky enough 

n* the GarricV. aial 

ler took place. Mr. i 
Ti-ollope being verv htt.n-.dv elected to till the chair. The i 
of the club will at once follow, and old "Probatt's" will n 

much, theGan-ick lmv:ng ]--■-. »iv.-d to cling to the classic region 
Coveut-garden. In the new -treet (to l-e callevl we believe. C 
-areeti. from the we-t end of ICing-s' 
the left hand as 






st, is the new Garrick Chi 
the rear was veiy difficul 
e has dealt very cleverly \ 



I-ha-afl 



nbers. The house is Italian, and is 
osing, from having 'been judiciously and not over enriched. The 

■,,:.Cv IS bv a leee-Sed (■■» t vl 1 . i ( . . T. ill the r, ■,,{■:'; hut lleaivr we-t.-oas 

: :..-:.n.: ■:.:;, : .g-o, . m ..n i;.- Ill The 



ft. by32fl 

■!■■ ..I.:.- :; . .. ;. .:-' ■ ■ 

)i\ 17 ft. Ill tiie ha!! is_a * 



tiful Itahan scret 
'the top a landing-place of '-'h 

..::-.. :.... ■ :.,:■:- :;. ■'.)".' f-.. ■] .... hy Ji, :"; 

L'hft. by i!3ft.), and the library ('27 ft. by IS ft.). All t 
andeil bv the habits of the day— some of them were r. 
rv in the days of Oarriek -arc. of cotu-se. provided 
included. The hall and the corridor on the ground flc 

I | i r 1'he kitchens and all then arrangemei 
and riie l.ttc-t culinaiT improvemen 
unlights appear.- to be very complete, 

at L and 1 eiitio:.- 



ispicioD of any 
emainfl to add t 

vc°hod the adlitioi 



S B Iall 



away until 

tl8 tho£ wh? 

licet ion of van!;-..! art at th.' . ■]< I ( iaiTJ.-ii-, 

satisfaction of partaking Us h.-pitaliii.-?. 



At the meeting of the Metropolitan fioanl ■ 
flaj w>-k,.i ici-ortwAit.roupUt u|. from the Thames Em 



A lica'Jtiful memorial l.iU- i to ]_■• \\» tu.i'e the memory of the 



WILLS AND 



i Dragoon Guards. His will >., .ir= date is-'.;. 
in Ixelau 1 i r 

The will of James Kershaw, Esq., M.I 1 ., late of Oakland*, 







lb lii I I I ,\ Hum Astell, 



nuinwn unrl Unrrict 



to go to their children), 









Tile- QucLc' (r'Jzrtt, reached tin? liinidroilth yr:u- of it -, existence 

A ham l- 1. n m .f-r-wi.-di -vii:i!.'i.l'ih' l;a.s In -en cirri cd at Med inc. 

i Australia. There are 1000 Jews in that city. 
One humlred and fifty employes at the West India Docks 

1 Lifo-t.Oiit lusthutiun £;. 7b. 10d., in sums 
t'Yipe Const Castle advices of the 11-th u!t. give' a dcplornldc 



HOUSE OF JOHN MILTON, IN BARBICAN. 

Dr. Johnson, somewhat abating his "paltry acrimony aga.n-t 
Milton," says, U1 \ v . Life of the poet, " i cannot but n mark a kind ,.f 
re-peer. |-.rba)..- unconsciou'lv p.ir.l to this great man by his hiogrj- 
]ihers : every h.-u-o ;n wlncii he resided it, hi.-Ioncallv uientioned, a.- if 
it weiv an injnrv to ne-gleci nainniL' am placethat ic had honoured 
bv his pre-fiic.;." Then; 111- been abninlant opp-nainity f. .r this 
tribute of n-peet. Although Word-won h ha- ap.-.=t rophised Milo >u. 



the graVe and governing wisdom of a iStat-e. To 
.f the world into A:l. o,;i- and Utopian p-litie-. whu.-li 



Milton was a Londoner, and, 1 



) last, a lover of London ; 



London occasionally. 



then with his father 
. Charles Knight, m 



■ the City a 



life we may tra-v him loan St. Paul's .... .. 

I.~.!id..;i rc-iil-.-ii.-,. — S- L . Bride' -..hui-ehvaol. AMer-gaie-.-livciJiarbicau. 
Ib-lliom, IVllv France.' liarrholoiiK-v-rl-.-c. Jcwin-sireei. Lunhill- 
lields. The poi-i's foil. lne.-s f.-r town and counirv led him to cho..-e, 
in most cases, a garden-house- - that is. a luai-e in a garden, of which 
there were, e-p/nallv in the north ,iiberb. of I.-ndon. wry many in 
Mi lion's tim--. The vun;: po,-i i, even though- -ohavc .aiahed under 
in- father's roof in Dread-, tiver. ■• m -ane reiired back room, looking 
most probably. m u- a plea-.mt little car li u, m.cIi a - « e ma v aiiaginc 

II 1 1 l 1 i . hid a garden 

he made no long -tay thco-, hut took, Philips, tills „-. * pretty 
■j-ardpn-hoiis-. m AMe-rai'—a o.vt. whuh '.wis ln e^i-'cia--- a f.-w years 
suae, and was dr-cribed in tli- "Column for the Cui Lm? ' MayoH. 
I.SdS. The dur-lluig v.a, bin a eorta.'c. with m.-aitn ;o;i 'oo ln i,., J,,-. 

this l " 

pretty garden-house. 



From AM'')--'.'atc-stre^i. Mi]r..n r 
No. 17, on the north side of E 
Repository." This hon-e ^ now immediately I 



l''V':' l 'n 



K.n'h.can. hi ■ hi. .[.-.a, ( he;s - 



-.use, now pointe-d e 



n-moval lvro -"Milton was now re-iuuied to his wile, hut his 
Ml i i 1 \ s U I t i ' I man 1 i u 

■ i'i' o ■■■. v. i.M.h !;- I; ■■( o.-.-nr':;.- hire I in 

.ican, could be made ready for her reevpiion. When the necessary 



mid Bisters, who were r 



upport. 
leir prop 



a-o'him ih.-y . ..miii'ied till !'■•■ .,.a.--a n i.-jio sin- thc.c prnperry w.i- 

deatll of i he author';- father, m 1G17."- — 1. if, . :-. Ce>ro.l edinon, p. J',\ 

.!oL),-..Q thu- describe:- the ehane'C :— ■■ He had taken a larger laai-e 
ot riarbican lor the reeeption <>l schol -r-, hut i he rmmei-oii:- j-ela.tion-. 
of Ida wife, to whom he gen- iou ; .|y -r.ue-.d refuge for aw Idle, ..ecupied 

II] 11111 I he M 1 

though tin; aeo..--ion of .-oh.. lar- v::,-, ma great,'' Komi I larbieau. 



I lo tin- IH.M,,, VI. 
.J/ 



Milton removed to a s 



idler hons., ;„ Kc-lboni. which ope!ie<l back- 
-fields, which Johnov, ; ■-,,-. ■ !.,i:,.' 

PUT. ami hi- tenancy about two years. 
. in Pvld.-thewifeot Mdi-n l'.ht Mnh to her 
aptised by the mime of Anne, wh„ wa- eithcr 



Oct. ■:.'». lti-l.s, though tin- coun-adict- 
to Milton's quitting Barbican. One of I 
paper '• designed from maps and i 
Charles I.," shows the Barbican of that 
overhanging stories, very picturesque i 

poet's biographer ; hut it extends in tin 



pard.'ii w;: 



open space rearward. rcoolPeted as a large 
? forty year- since. The two hou-es Hume- 
ri. Barbican was, in MiltonV riine, well tenanted. Sir Henry 
n, the antiquary, died at his Ilmi-c here, in 1 (MO. Here also 
ic man-ie.ns of th-- P< idg-.-water family [the poet's early patron*), 
^Thomas Wn.-.th— lev, dane, King-at-Aruis, whcuce : Braokley- 

in, after a lapse of vtar=. ^turned to the same quarter of iho 
in Aitillciy-w.dk, leaihug to IhiiimU-tieU.s. Here he tini.-hed 
'aradise Lost;" and hereon Sunday. Nov. K, 1674, he died, 
t a struggle. "This." says Philips, ■■ wilJ his last stage in this 

1 n th i jli 1 i 1 H 1 I th 1 I i 

:es. Crippk-gate. in the same grave with his " 
lent— a bust, by the eh ler Bacon- which Mr. 
seventy years since, has lately been restored, : 






s religious and political independence. 



INDIAN SCL'LPTrilK FOUND NEAP LAKE UTOPIA, 

CHARLOTTE COUNTY, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

We are indebted to Mr. C. C. Ward, of St. John, New Bnmswtck, 

lor the tolloningaceouui oj a rnn»n, specimen ol Indian sculpt mv. 
which), repre-euted bv oar F,;;graviu!.c 1 1 i- a ha- -o-ivlicvo. cut in 
red granite, of an oval -!,ape. .M in. long, l.Mll. wide, and l;Wn. thick. 
Although much worn ami .h f;i... -i bv time and the weather, it -till 
retains evidence ol having been .Ion- 'by ,, hold and skilful hand. It. 
was found, in the month of .November la.sr, at the foot of a precipice 



">e the portrait of a chief, and said i! was very likely 
mat. rne cniei jum.-elf ■.■, a- Imned near the spot. They thought il. 
was many hundred year.- old. If their surmise be correct, and the 
grave can be found, it is 
establish tl 



. possible that its contents may go far I 
di the antiquity of the stone ; lor it v.a.- customary with th 
- to bury along with the .loCcased chief a.ll the weapons lie ha 
"'- chase, and whatever ornament- or trinkets I 



very first. 



date, Midi, a Frenchman, 

built a fori near tin- Si. Croix River, 
Maine ami New Prun-wick. He found 
traded ami hv..-,l on pcioo.ible term- with ■ 



lir-t, rairopeans wlio landed in New I '.runswick. at 
a part of the French province of Acadia, were Jacques 
' ' ided at Bay Chaleur in 1J34. At a later 
cdPcs M«'mt.s. e-rahh-h-d a colony and 
" boundaiw line bcnvo'n 
Indians friendly ; he 
.mem. The St. Croix River 
is, in a direct line, only about tweui y mile- distant from the pla.e 
where the sculptured some was h-und at hake I "i-ipin. And if tbe 
gi-ave can be discovered, and any of thcc-uteul- - hoiild prove to 1"> 
articles of European manufacture, .-uch as gla-s bead.- or impleiuen: s 
of iron, which the Indian- usually got in exchange for their furs, this 
would he presumptive evidence of the -tone having been a work of 
comparatively recent date. If. on the ci-.trnry. none of the-e articles 
should be found, there would be- fan iea-on to suppose that it is 
of very great antiquity. The Indians who have seen it are 
quite at a loss to account for the fashion and quantity of the hair 
represented on the head, since from time immemorial it was cus- 
tomary for the 1 m.uans to -have or pluck out all the hair with the 
e.xcel'tioli of the r-calp-lock And .dlhongh the -hape of the head 
features represented on the stone are decidedly 



It 1 

re digcnig for i 



ahty tl,el.- I 



Pgypi 



and other implements, of f. 

Lake Utopia art the Passamaquoddys, descendants 

stock, who for generations have made tlr' '— 

haunt. These Ptessamaquoddys are very 



beiuit;;"ul -|--coae!is. -...-ul]»[ured in ha--i 
japes. Th'rs,. tiguie- wi.-rc anatomically ,.■ 
do credit to a jirofc.-sional , ' : - 

Indians inhabiting tin- pun nice, b.-iim houe-t and tru-iwa 
not addicted to drunkenness or other vices. Whilst 
many of the peculiarities of their ancestor-., they live a 
and hannle-s life The-e Imlians arc ail Roman Catholic ." 
Our readers may remember that a portrait of the pre=-n 
the tube, John Pram-is, with some sl.eiohos and dc-^cnptiom 
Ctopi n. appeared in the It,l.r>Ti;ATi:n I.oNhOX Xkws of 
1863. The sculptured stone is the property of Mr. A.J. 
treasurer at St. George's, who kindly p'.-.,.! it at Mr. Vi ard 
for the purpose of making a drawing for this Journal. 



THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE A< : UK TLTrpA L SOh'lETV. 

An important meeting was held at Swell, nda.m. Cape of Good Hope, 
an the let of March. v:n^-v the an -pic.- of the We-o.rn Province 
Ae-ricul'ur.il Societv. ot wtm h >r Pic!']. F Wodci-.-ao-. the Novenior, 
warded as prize- for live stock 
.e-i.e. lally lho-e of .heepaiid 



is president. I pwards ot '("'ii 

wool,"report very highly upon tin- -urc,-^ ot tne meeting. 

endurance oi the hoi-, s exhiia'ed for the bc-t pri/o wa- te-tod b;. 
two-mile rac ; the prize wa- .tden. and was ,,kei, bv Ml. T.c (Irani 
the be-t rraiucr in the colony. The im etniLr la-tod oyer lho-e .la. 



.' Cain.:: loun 
Town, where 

il ; advocating, we presi 
" ' Ld for mai 

cdlm.d S 
dcpaltmv 



him-elf, with equal abihi v aial 

advocating. 
that province, rie had for many yea. 
secretary of the Agricultural Society 



Cap,- IVuil, 

e-:ah:i-l„-d 
. paper called 

■a actim.- as the honorary 
he western parts of the 
,eed i he iiiniil.-:-!-.- of that. 
bscribed for a testimonial 



Fngraving. Swelleml mi : 

tirccde .Kiver, within t weui y-foni h '- '- 

ae.d the icp.-rtei of the <,><<>! h«*!< ■ c:v 
this thriviim' S.-uih African horou ; ;li, o :! 

country town- of old Fnglaud, ami the nun 
just as they do in Hollnyl, a L Teetng. a- g ■■ 

Pai-k, v " 



* of the town. The }\v». ,To-e r h 
ami -peeehe- were made by Mr. 



Baker, 
Joseph E 



ho grumbled hugely 



. poh, i-l J lar. 



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No. 1270.— VOL. XLV. 



SATURDAY, JULY 23, 



Two Sheets, Fivepence 



NEW ZEALAND. 

A busy man baa the Secretary £91 the Colonies been in hia 
place in Parliament the lasfwecK or two. The policy 'of our 

colonial system h:is, been ln-ivily impeached, ami. though no 
formal verdict has been (li:livcru«l against it. it has been prac- 
tically condemned. Tin- venue has Imi-ii various, but. though 



has been identical 
Home Government n 
Western Coast of Af: 



sible to talk away the f 



diffei 



;nf theimeighb-auVlaud 



give frccliecn.se when wccumc in o-niiu'i with the "brown man." 
For what, after all, are we ma hit amine: ten thousand troops in 
the northern i.-laml of the N. w Zealand group, bur that, in such 
time as British troops can subdue a very slippery ami dangerous 
fee, the colonial speculators in laml may confiscate the heritage 
of the natives : the delay being made pleasant by the interim 
profits, large and continuous, of contracture fur the materiel of 
warfare ? In truth, just as was, the. ca-c at the Cape duriiiL' the 
Kallir War. the impartial trader very readily supplies arms and 
the Maoris, which they use so skilfully and with 



Thel 



! place. Suffice it 



reads of in n-mamv. 



empty pah and the bodies of the slain ami wounded, mercifully . 
left by the natives untouched, is occupied, the wily enemy 
having deserted it as soon as it had well acrved his conceived 
purpose. From all that we now know and hear, it seems as if 
this chosen body <>\ soldiers whom we have sent to 2Ci-w Zealand 
are destined to a long and inglorious duty— to a contention 
with foeiuen in the abstract not worthy of their steel, but who 
contrive to out wit the commanders and t<> massacre officers ami 
meif with little or no loss to themselves, The plan of the 
campaign seems to necessitate a slow advance — every mile, 
perhaps, to be fought over—until the Maoris aro driven into a 
position which will be, as it were, inclosed by a great military 
road running across the island which is the sceno of the 
o pe rations, ami forming a cordon some 120 or 150 miles south- 
ward of the town of Auckland, so as to protect the outlying 
settlers of that province from any futuro incursion of 
the tribes inhabiting the mountainous district further south. 
When this object is attained — the "when" being the main 
question— the war will assume a new feature, and, as it were, 
a state of siege will be maintained, with the probabilities «-f 




liiIlH..lt <d I'l kl, Ull Mi.'v.o 



_THE ILLUSTRATED LQXDQy NEWS 



, being interpreted, 



p.. 



■Urn!: 1 ' Hrirish settler, 
of things that Parliament, is a-ked (n 
nf this country to a loan of a million 

larantee of three millions. It is not 
cods of the loan are intended to he 
'ii of the unrighteous war— iim-ighieo lL s, 
n«l origin— which is being carried on 
settlers who find the ordinary pt.. ( -e^ 

Colonial (iftit-e with specious inducc- 
end. With curious audacity, they 
i-ii.-c-h;inli iii.i borrower, and offer to 
:hc Treasury of this country if, as Mr. 
I go with them into the money miukci 
r a sum double the amount. Then, 

i-l: ::i\|- :! \( i will li,'-'iu to ■'row iv.-tive 



1NIAL INTELLIGENCE. 



. : , '. i ii '; i ;; ,, ; ! \ r ? i -""-iv- «.,i-, ...i,. ;rt .J"r 



His Majts. 

Ii- M.<i,--y 



lunrn-s of N,i| i .Iron I I- Jo-ri 

lii:|.UI:.! t.,iiidy. The Kllllill-P 



The CIiivaiii'tK-rii ha- ixl.hv-.i] a circular t . 

text autumn, fui the j.iiq.o-e ,.| „';,i!:c ',„ .'\ 
mions ui Europe. 

■n^\n,!,i„vufS ( i,::, v , Iuv.m-Ik.:,,, M . He 
- .i f..K.;-i. in,-,,,!.,-,, jj, ii.,. , , „: ,| It ]. |t0 ,j. l; . 

The api„„l ,,f tin.- Duke dWimial.- :n„l | 
':<■ liii].i-n;d (.Van of Pa, is was deei'kd 
i-.jrm.il 4H( was binnpht i«;,Min*t the ftvfecr 



! "'■ '"■'" "ho l,.-t lUchiiinii,! 
!'■:■ ' -bui;'. :,:;.l ui,„, ,.,. 

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MEETING OF THE ROYAL AORK 'UT.TURAL SOCIETY 
t its glove moodily : 



i the local fir., 
llul v.:ry fairly 






ir TocnliSe™°the' He'ref. .rd'rrnd 

the shorthorns pi-- tly w< 11 rm 1 t' r rme 

calk. I by many' a marvellous shoe -I -h-.rt- 
and we think justly, to the behel that 



It was not more than a, pood level 

.k>-- decidedly in the front. The X-rih-K i-tc-rn Railway iw 

cm-anlly attentive, and ,h<- l.-e.d m „uiui;t, e wait fO far as to lay 

p.'wl part'!,/ '!|.'- o'ad' II '.in' ti!i" l -'a'l.. il I., the M,„. r . I : i.'p! 

-si : * I Lf-< 'I I" 111'- '■'-!'!■< •- "ii Saturdae. alx ail iifteeu Hides o'.tt of 

^w.astle. \va> within an a.-- ,.f throwing a great cl.md ov-r th- 
i, .>: ii-. N....1I- wm- hill- ■! .-r a.uialh injured in limb. Still, two 
. r thr- '•- had in ;„ nwa\. ha' .piiei . r,> Tvac,-:. .ui h : and (lie re-: or the 
.., |i, r , ,.. ^ 1 1 .| :r - :t i-« -. 1 in tin- -h..n vurd. -,,mo.,i' tliem with black eyes, and 
< ■! . p-with 'cur- al mil the head or with their :nw in slincrs. The 
t.wii. ami ii- inula. |.r- a e-p. cin 11} . were quite alive to the 

I , ■ ■( . .- , : e- b.,,1 in ![■■ ii.rin-rv -d die c,.,; mai ; audi lie Mayor 
tub namt.il a lav-.- pari yon Tu.-dny night. Flags were flying all 
.mi- li.r sivirt^, I he ship- hoi-lc-l ih'-ir colours, and cannons were 

, . , ;. ... g perseverance. Ad i yeniug promt nade and a multiplicity o- 

,. .,s..i.. , n i la- Town Moor -. ■ in.-.l W have tlieir thann- : th,->e w. '" 
:.!-, .- ,.,.,. Itrv and pi-.-ii -how. help, d ... ! hv a - piping bullfincb ; ' 



dug v.'locin i..t engine into n.-.- r, Tm Howa.d- and Kan-Mile 

3 Suiis -were also in greai ton. widithmr hand-ploughs ; hat ibciv 

.■- vol mueh of a it. vcl ehar.i. ter. 'I'll., im ph-meli' part of the -he.w 
-■ limited, as compared with po.\ i-nt- year-, and not very mueh 



v,a- Ui,y. 
"''l"la/V- 



and has been blind 



Dev< 



Mr. Moakhon-e 

mi-ty Nam wu= 

well as the Devon 

,n the two-year-old 

' ideal 



Devon s 



bout this bull since he won at Leeds, 
at Worcester and Ratter-sea on aceou 

i.'Sdv ; but lit: came hlmi'ii her,:, and. f-> the d;-gu-t of i If North 
"„■,■ )>■;■ of: d„ C'n for Mr 1- othilig. wlm had four fir-t< and 
.rids in all. Jfr. Tnrnir'- Frederick J I. and Audley travelled, 
like hi: Lcicc-b r mm:-, their H '•« mil. - a. ■;-,-- n.imirv to -oum purpo-e ; 
and Mr. A/ariah Smith va- tir-t wall hi- Unve-y..-ar-old bull, and iris 
c. w. tin- latter of whom. Young Jtehe. was. bred by Lord Foreman, ' 
:.ml ia ■ I lioiif. -1 m tin- el a.- la-t v.-ar. .Vnorl,, r \ear ha- done laiieh 
for l„r. l.nt she i- .■■till vat'i.r slovenly l-chhid. The Royal farms 

J'.nmaik. a ivn^irVal-Iy sv...: h-il"' r. t.s'.aem- n|i her W( 



Iom.1 lime; ami Mr. Cn—wr-h. nee |o the ari v -hl...urlioOil of tlie 
l..jee-U-r-lm-.. h.-mv of t!,. Hak.ve.IN, linidie I tii -t and ■■ c aid 
li [he .ditarline-. " Tiu: Sh- i-l.e'd K,n-" of il„_. i.ordi. Mr. Saim^l 
i<y. viudiraicd l,i- l'.nt.M.\ o. idencie- by soadin;.' a i.on ..F his 

■it..-; j.-iimiirr-. v. Ideii had won a' Tl : i :md '.nviu^ C..lu.i..-l In-e 

1 the now ia-hion a mo-; de-'al.-d l..aua-\ in ,-,naM f.-.u for a 
.'..tkT t.n the shady side of eighty- -ix or i.-I--!ii >-.-■. e :\i. and still aU; 
mrauu a -ij-Lteeli-hainl m: wtU-iU a lior-.'14..ek. \V.- have -e :n t tic 
ts wolds more imit'orndy -....-1 : but the lb w..-:-- an- 1 lh-- Oarno- wtc 
-ent. renting on th.eir t-nis. and M'.--r-. Handy. Well-. Lam-, and 
ale Rrowi.e had the cta-C- to them-.-lve-. .I,iil>s.bi- w-.'n; imt 

naihable. but lh- lii-t ;ni.| ,-i.r 1 [..i.-. old rauP ol Mr. M., ■ h.dl 

if excellent. Mr. W'alli- swe|.t tin- K.-...1 in die < b-j'-.r.bhhv ll..,eii 
n ela--es ; and in the S .mhd, -wu- Lord YVabin.viaui li.nl a lirst. 



. Smith's 

(v.nir bnr.d 'nothing 
11. 'I Ik ]■:■,[-!. w;.- br,:d bv ■ 
«i[i, -a,. , a;d frr.m Mr. \V 



f discordant concord 

nyiTiin^ but penerai 
s each jndtre had pot 
jave way before Mr. 
I'nthauk culd K- .-mum m. d from omd.le the ropes as 
'The ajj-ed hulls w.-n: u irraml lo,,Vm^ lot. though many o[ 



■ iml-i>. somu oi idins .1.. 

autl mi. re-ted . nliei-no. 

v. It w:i- said that in the I 

-beast as lii>t. but that one of tli._-m jjave wav b.'fore '- 

h, thank could lx- .-mum-n.d from oui-ide the ro]".- 



them mipht 1 
t.. Scotland with 
Fosco. The fonm 
winner both in England 



i, Cruik-h-m!-' .Forth and Lord 

i? well known, and ha- boon a di.-tinirui.-hed 

cot.kmd.andthclatteri-abullwitha.l-, I 
d, ri,.-,.m in !„- middle. Mi. David 
who made his first bull o--av in the li-t>. ua- a capital 
r " tine-t lieade.l bnlls we ever .saw— with a 
' natality; even hi- ra' licr lur ; _m hip- cm Id 

: Woiveiter, which i- -".ru.-th !•■;■ -a an 
comparative slvcm.ah of the year-. Mr. Stirliim. M.l'.. 
; honour of bno.lju-- Forth, an.l winning the lir-t 
class, with the 400-jrninoa Royal 



11th, 



tv.-tition was quite a Laue.i-lnr 
.a= Mr. Peel's Al 



.VM-oiof Kunwhu 



eparabd the winner from Mr. Eastwood's Hero, 
tu-limr's hull at Woret-ter. but. as a shuw-balk h. 
owndiill since then. Mr. Willis's Baron Ci'oss] t . y . 



Marshall, swept 

'lla latter e'cutlemaa'- :-<. lid-pno: ,.- ov, 

t.-dl to attract notice from h..-r -full nv!k 
Lady of .h,,-s..-y was a perfect wmidef in 
/aid'- dhi-trati-.n. " vmi iniu'ht a; W-.a! try 
yl.tr." The (.'harniel l-lauds were wail 
nnes looked as if English ah- and pro- 
liliputian charter. had 

rl.Mi-y N.aVoi:; ].o||- ; the 

Avv-liirc cow- and le. ; t'er.-. 

.. . ...mt we hoped he ; and the 

lluke oi Alholl's l.'.madaM.anc and I'.lair Atlad \\'.-i I fi-hlaud . -^ 
n it.i:..d ,1] i:-ni. . Fo.X M.udv. a rapiial bull, and [)„■ rir.-: at Kelso, was 
head of the An-uses, a bleed in wuieli Mr. .Mi.oudj: had no Com- 

]<-iiioc. altl eh bo L'.ive the ■-i;_dit-i.._i- full va.luo for bis £70. 

(luce a-am. a.- at la-.ti.-r.-.a. '.'harlot;.,, and her d.ewbrjr. l'ride of 




& 



repi-eEented j but 

vender had pone far to destroy 
Sondes io-.k three firsts with his lier 
Duke of Hamilton was nil powerful 



competitioi 

Rvt:l;.n.k w< re nowhere i 
"U ool " cla-c-. in which . 
Laliliilie ha.) a .louhl,- [Ii-r 



£?\Z£ 



Rattersea, 
Aheide. ii, were opposed to ea< 

out" The'vieoatw , i ■ '. ■ '. 

in o, d number:- and very fair srrci.e-:. '■ ■■ i^ ■■ -. if- niepn-ie 

years had l-ather broken hi- back, and he ha-! to i Eg hispi-ideol 

place to Roneh Robin from I 'uuibahmd. '1': ■ •; a'-. -.- t 

ti„. ,,;'hei pi---- bid 1 , .-it |-'i\d..ri.-i-: Crahaiu's 1,--. '.:';■-. very liand- 

( 'nil. eh. harl all the thref l:r-r f.-eia).. pri/.- with >■:;. . lUlk wli-i ha- 

beeoiu.: rather more cloggy -inee Eelso, and twoofh daugbtera, E - ■ 

ol <i all. .way and Harriet Jhd. the latter ol which ha- !.-.■. o .:-.u-i t) U.e 

Duke of Bucelench. 

'lh.: ].'ie clas-e- w eve pethap- hardly so ;.'■ .oil a- we have known 
, '- ^''aininan won livt; firsts 



all the ]'.la,.-kfae.-s la.-iv h ' F.ugtand. The 

pretty eeo.l. ami die Rlaekf.ie._- a j ri-h 

which had -of rid of their old u,i ea - '■'„>. |,, 
%eav fair force. The Folder !.,,.■.-;.■- w P 
cial'lv in the shearling chases : and their typ. 
.udm.^ at once pounced on Mr. Rorton's 
had been entered under that head, and 
out more ado. Considering the price of 



: Cheviot, an. 

h.:.irbae- w -r 
he IL-i-dw.e 1 :- 



Charles Howard made h 
winning the wool prizi 
Clie\-iot piize 



.u in th.-Oxh.r.l Down el i-es l,y 
ed. while the l.eice :ter and the 

The weather was very lino, and 
third day the attendance and refcipi - were very near th.-e 



. ubhou.d -\i 
w... ma in- 



-\ouiif: pi'-'S «erc hardlv up t 
li Ll ,,. the winner m lh.- b.-a) 



usual stamp. Mr. Harrison's Youue; 
' J white ' ' 



forerminer of at least " Four Geore'es" at Easterliill 

M >- i i and, ] -.nail 1 , 1 in 

Rhrir Athol ; and. ciirioii-l; , non-li. the Derby decision wan 
which Lord Cla-e'ow mav take -,- :Ci mi-].i<aoHs ouH:n for 1 
The Rev. H. E. Daily w.t- alike R,..-l:y anion- the Reik-h- 



Mr. Ralfoiir's Prua ■■ Lath, a bull with 



"The Raron" mi^ 



-hahmay.",: 



medalhet. The lirrfortu: 
improved by ha\Tng tw 
rl ■ H,.ii. D. Christie, of 



u-e-d je.a- - 

'mice J ' 






'■' '. d had b. tU ]■ v. '.:!■. d !■■ .!■. -.at laa :! , ■. ;\] , -. ,,, r T ..,. „ ]u t, ■ L. Jo 

llumo or the- x„y ,ipe and v.v neat Intl.- Rl„e Dell «a- h.-t; 

.. l lh>. loan was placed seiond. a. id many bar! inward doubt- a- to 
ni, . lh. V I..-, very hcdi-ta-t-..- lo, 1. - ..n^ht not to have broii-lit a n. a her 

l.i.-l v.ieath to .--,-, .tlLM.d. Mr. I.:,-, h i'-v.-re l.-mj-i h v can! da-liiue' 

L.e.al DuuortlC- ]'. ..., : .. .,_!|,e .VJii-piin. a lo't al T-wn. k v-wa in 
la r thud pkiee of la-i y.-ai : and ii will b,.- _..:,e_ l„a,, -,-..■ ue look on sn.-h 
atrioa.'ain. Sir Ant. .;iy ,1..- i;.,i i L , ,■(;,]. V.- I -abe-Ua t,irae..-fu! wa- very 
perferl ;.- a whole, and Lord FeVei-ham'.- se-ooiid «-;,, ...ic of the nio-'i 
_ov. Ix-oolom-.tl ...lie- in lla- yard, but pcrhap- he-r -Iculder- wru her 
■oeakest poini ; v.hdethe t! urd— 1 'rim;..-- uf Ath-biane— was a very 
jt-f-il one, but haj-dly of her mother',? stamp. 

The l!i. i,. ■for,.! .... n eiitei\d kitv-tv,,: an-i -eiu forty, a al Ta.mh-i.riiie. 

and ( l.elteiiham (ju-t as ]iide..s coiiM condone or not onde-ne le- 

.aib.-r iaol t..i-eh ), wil h j,tt.;t\ i_'. a-ralle i h-- same animal- a-a.in-L 
lum. tiimhed in foan aemin 111,-11- 1 1,«- M ld bulb. and. like Vi-couni, 
»d! I,,.- M-en no more. Rati" c-.-a, an. .titer Ih.yal r.-eul.,r aiai :i ;:'ivn: 
1 vo. 111 the lh.i-,.i".,id "h-tner. 1, .,,!,. d in 1 .< ,1 n: i f u I form, and fairly 



i prizes Mi" B dd' 



iud u. the latlei- 



a.-war;'- Caribalde would n..; ha\e bt-.-n 
nan'.- lYi-mct Cure, the wimi'i 0; lla: ■ 

■ram to he content w ith .-■c..nvl place. 
-- and Rival Hoi": la Id the leadilie' p". 

lass, just a- then guardian. .Me Fi-h.a-. 

oVI.oei.-d bv ,-.n;t,--:i i:io>.,r.-i-;ii b..-eht. Mi 
above than below, w a- third „, \fr. V\'a 
edi \eh,o.--..w-.a.n.|-.:pai-atod i"r..m her la 
d. il'iil liao of pigg, and then: wa- 110 1" 
b-ram.vol Mi. IJauoti, b'neen of ihe A\ 
-it YYotcc-'.cr. and look- like- a. rare nr 
:. of double Fntu-r-i a ].i;/.: blood, deiea. 
; m tin: t-a.].ita.l small black sow clas-, 
1 ah 1 ,.i,;ril.ut".-d 011 paper, and no;, ii; 1! 
d lla 1-. rk-!nre -ow- with a very ;.'. .od " 
in .',il,- v. hi?,. s,-,w.: wa- uieroh one of 
en Mr. \\ aimuain'-: Happy Link an-i 
r in.-: uinniner. There wa- very little 
h.'a cla--e-, in three of wha.h il.t.-r-- wm 

1. and the former yon t Ionian 
s." The two la-t cla-,- wt 
; course- of thy da 

CiuiiU'i-li-md. got itit< 

; was remarkably sin 




'.it;.',!;"! 



K.'i'-oi 

TTiis county wa 
upon which, like bacon, the Cuiul 

Amoiifr the auricnli mal )i.-,r-,- ila-v could only manage a se 
Clyde-dale, ; but I la y defeated Cavudish. .second to Nov 
year for the h.U'0 hunt. I -.-II e pri^-e with LrniRiing Sf,,ek. Til 

al.-o nui.le tlie mi^hiy Re.ehwood, fied. from his Islington 
lower In- flag in the hunter class ( whore one of the im not 
v. .,- , ;d iMi-i.'i:,, -,n.l ho wa-- nor ■■ i he iv-erve") ; ami they a! 

for pony sires not e~.-eid.ng f'.urieeu hands. In the thon 
cla.-. Run ale -.-r wa> v. 1 rl idra\Mi in coii-.:,pii:nce oi Mr. Cook- 
ing to act ;is j nd ere with Mi --r-. Naiub\ and Thurmdl ; and I. 
Canaster. Carbim-er. J -.oiom R.ad Clu-terheld. Sir Walter S 
Schuloir all fa,, 1 I. . . ,..-!. ,:-■:■ and 1 I,,.- 1 'i.inberlaud era ok. Tl 
Which wa-' hied by Sir ( had.- Moncl: a U w miles loan [ 
yard, won veiy d... idedl;. both in .piahty and notion, am 

Charles, would have 1 C.^-ed,-!, t the t but. S 

winner as he may he, ike -udees. tbd not like hi- action, t 
earned much le-s ih.-t in.a i. ai I han h..- did the \ear before 0,1 
moor, when he gave {'all.a (,m lit,, m the N.-iilmiiilri land 1 
was only beaten a head ; but the sbovyanl will never be his 



Nun, of Hero and Capta: 



hh/ 



. ■-,.■'!.. a -li.dit darkn'e-s near 




1 h -ad and -Tr.U'] wealth ami 












de 2nd and Kate .'ml. sent 




mes Rea. of We-touhury. 


hackney mare was fidl of quality 


Rcdford L'n.l. whieh ran Mr. 










hackney under fifteen hands, with <| 


















Mi. Moukhouy. 1 k airy Queen, 


place of last year with the old rams, 



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ny. Tin- pk-a-m- ohib. ■■■!. t.H.k j .];.<:.■ ..n U.dn.-d.iy 
L large tent, a- sln-ivn in cur Lii£Tavin<7. had 1 j-_ >_ h eicvted m 
inds, and tin- was abundantly doo-rau-d with fiu.-li.-ia-. 

geraniums, annual-, and various other flower.- and plants. The 

company <.-on-i-ted. for the most part, 

the parish : but runon..' the i:i.--n: -i^fi n_-a;-h-_'il visitors wore 1 tin 

of Shafte-burr, ^ir S. ,M..n,.n 1'ei... Km.. M.P.. Mr. Payne, tin 

Arthii! K i ... ,-.:. M i\. M - Tv,-: n- the F"" >r 

\V. Haivcs. and the Il.-v. Emiiirj.s Bayloy. Hot 

to enter most heartily into the pleasure- of tin. 




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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 







I/i.NDO.V MOWS. 



. M .--,. .1 H.O'll: ■ 

.No!.---. Holi..«ny. . 



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iCt»lilli»in.ii|!alTr 
Jamos R. Bnicc, Bart., 





















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JSEL 


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, mi- -ini: u i i --urM-Kii i 



pleasant to many 



n-il i 



person wcu- banded to damage the 

;levcr men, and it would have been 
men in the House of Commons 
they had made short work with tlio com- 
plaints of Mi-^rs. Dickens, Teniiys-uii, Leech, and people 
of that kind. When the Copyright Bill was under dis- 
cussion, the most foolish persons in the ITouse— men who 
could no more have written an effective and i^anuuatieat 
account of the proirrcsa and points of llmt very dchnte than 
they could have imitated Pdondin, used to sneer and scoff at 
ttic pccnniaiy da in i.i of intellect, ami gc: niattdlin about the 
.inlyi.it' letting "Ihouoht " be spread far and wide among the 
masses. But common sense held on, and gave authors some of 
their rights. though even y< t Parliament is unable to com- 
prehend that the pnblio h:nc a- mii'-h rjhi to seize If-. 11a. id 



marked the same kind of trash wi 
talked against copyright. 

The Act, as we may now call it 
recites the clause in the Police Act by which it was in 
to remove the nuisance of undesired street music, and 
that such provision has been found insufficient. That 
is repealed, and the Bass Act provides that any 
in the meUopohlnu di.--ii.vt may pes s^ua'dy, or by hi.-, servant, 
or by any police constable, require any street-musician or 
st reel -singer to depart from the neighbourhood of such house- 
holder's hoine. The requirement may be made on account of 
the illness, or on account of the interruption of the ordinary 
occupations or pursuits of ;uiy inmate of such house (lodgers are 
therefore protected), or for other reasonable ,,r sufficient came. 
Any person who shall pcrsi.it in I ho nuisance after being tints 
ordered to depart may be lined fony shillings, or, in the dis- 
cretion of the magistrate, may be imprisoned for three days. 
The constable may take him without warrant, if given into 
custody by the person making the charge, but the latter must 
go to the station-house and sign the charge-sheet. 

That is the Act ; and we have given its substance for the 
double purpose of supplying accurate information to all whom 
it may concern and of at once rol'nt ing the charge that those 

deprive the poor of ;my annisenteiii. The working of the Act 
will be the other way— for it- will drive a good many organists 
from localities where they are most unwelcome into qnaners 
where they are hailed with pleasure. The Italian grinder, 
who is not permitted to di.-i.urb the English author, 
may find his way into the alleys and hack streets 
where hia strains arc liked. He is forbidden to interfere 
with the musician, or with the musician's pupil, and will 
have more leisure to play in the court and set the children 
dancing, Hut, as everybody knows, it is ;ig:tinst the rntriaii.s 
who use the organ as a means of extorting hush-money that 
the Act is chiefly aimed. The rascally employers of the street- 
niiisicians instinct ihem to notice where they arc most hated, 
and to play there. They tell them to observe where knockers 
are tied up, blinds are down, and straw is laid, and to play there. 
They give them orders to play where horses are waiting for 
ladies, and to play there in order that they may be bribed not. 
to irritate the animals. They direct them to play stubbornly 
near the house that death has visited, as uioiu'iiers are good pay. 
And they instruct them generally to haunt any places whence it 
has been sought to remove them. This is the system at which 
the Act strikes, and whieli some of the Metropolitan members 
affected to ignore, in presence of the declarations of the police. 
We shall now put an end to it if the magistrates will be firm and 
execute the law with vigour. They would show little leniency 
were they really ueqiiainled with the character of the execrable 
wretches who kidnap 1 lie organists and treat. I hem with cruelly 
and into whose pockets gnus the plunder gained by systematic. 

we rejoice that the Oppo- 



nents of | he 1 






the Police Act, and that in 
atisfactory. It was a desirable thing to obtain, but it is not 
i matter to niakr- mueb jubilation about. It. would have been, 
is we have said, disgraceful to Parliament, bad it been refused ; 
rut it docs not call for much gratitude. But there is one 
atisfactory consideration. The most violent antagonist-, of 



the measure have been the representatives of the lower- 
class of political literature. We were stunned with abme 
of the Sybarite and aristocratic writers who, lounging in 
their easy-chairs, demanded protection and gratification of 
their caprices, and we were depressed with saddening picture* 
of the poor, mourning at being deprived of their only pleasure. 
Wc were assured that so odious and tyrannical a bill could nob 
and should not pa.--, for that the friends of the people woul I 
defeat it. The bill has passed. It is satisfactory to see how 
unfounded were the fears of those who thought that cheap 
new-papers would demoralise public .'pinion ;uid bring ob- 
jectionable influences to bear upon the representation. The 
whole power of that prcs cannot even prevent the pacing of a. 
police bill that is asked for by the respectable classes, The 
national mind is too steady to be moved by writers who, never- 
theless, deserve all gratitude for their successful efforts at 
amusing when ihey pictcud to instruct. This i 






VIE COURT. 



irliitinu. 

On 'J'hnrvdny week t\,.- Queen, accompanied by Princess Louis 
JSHe, drove OUt. Plice and Prince-.. Louis of Hesse, Prill" 
:liiui. Prince L.opoM. . - ; ,,1 Prince William of Prussia, had a en 
the Solent on board the Royal yacht Fair}'. Dr. Jenuer 1 



was conveyed in 

i ]' ul I) i i V 



nda\ the Qmi.'i. Ptmca ;,nd Prince.-- Louis of lTc-'.-e, ; 
'■ ...led Divine service at. WTiipmngham C!un 
1 Ripen icier 



Karl De Grey and I 



• ■ e. accompanied by Prince and Princes L ,n 
mid drove in the grounds adjacent, to O-tiorn 

■1 l'i <-- IVatlicc .hove oat. Mr. aad Mrs. Mori 



prm- given by the: 



iloyal llighe. 



ince. attended bv Captain Orey, rod.: 
e and Princess took a drive. Li the eve 
honoured Earl and Countess Spencer 
t Spencer House. 



Uhite Lodge. II 

-.any at a fete at Queen-l-erry Villa 

l 'hue-day 'he Prince and ['niic.,-- 
Onchessof C ' " 

1 Wlahchi 

; Royal Highness the Field Marshal 
'eniug the Pri 



the j.ienire he is now paintiinr of lhe Royal 
Princess have honoured Mr. De.-riugcs with a 
he is now painting of the P.ayal wvddmg. and with sittings for t 



the DntheFs < .' ( 'a ml. ridge ai < 'alahi a !■■..■ i 'el I age. Kew. 

"* " -dav the Prince ..f Wal.--,. accompanied by Price- Louis of 
to Alderd ■" - 



Prince Paul E-ierha/y left: town .m Saturday last for Vienna. 
The Ihike of Devonshire, ace, mq ,auied by [."id I'M ward and 

The Dnko ,,f Ihiceleueh ha; left town on a visit to Lord 

;-,^„-v.„ol,.:a ]:■•'..., v.. .I'M. ('., ,:.. |.„,1, ,i,l. T.„- I >- I» - ..I 1l-i.-. ■-i.-li, 
','ai.t."-'-.C..«'i-.-r. ..t Wr.-i Park, TJ.-, ll "r. I -b i r.-. 
The Marquis and Marchioness of Kildare left town on Wed- 

Mnr.piis Camden .and the Ladies Pratt have left town for The 

Earl and Countess Grey have left town for Howiek Hall, 
JortluiDiborlaiid. 

The Karl and Countess of Fife left town on Wcdue-tday fol- 
iar Ledge, N.B. 

j Delawan have left town f.,r CWc*. Isle of 



left town for A.ske 
■1 and Countess Fitzwilliam and the Ladies Fitewilliam 

: Earl and Countess of Home have left town for their seat 



The Earl of l'alkeiih and Lord Henry Scott, M.P., have left 
Field Marshal Viscount and Viscountess Combcrmerc have 

FASHIONABLE AND POLITICAL ENTERTAINMENTS, 

'.',',':,, L.'Va . .', ,-. ,1,1. , 1 . I,!-;,. (,-«■. ■!),,■ ,-,;:',.■,■: : i fa,,,.- - -.1 -:\ . ■-. 



|.,-:tl!.it|f. :,- -- Tr:'.J. J '.'.,. ' .'I'll'.. I .-...atV W.'R- |)l\'.-,C-llt. 

'ih,- ]--■': I 1 ■■ i : . U. - - ,4 Vau-.-L-a. I, !•.,,-,■ :> i. r.. , |, ul u,.i,- ! ,-aarl... 

!u-t nr t [ 'unii,l.,-n-i Ml!a. Kahrn. .a-l. Ila- 1'iaa,- iilxl I Yin. ■■-,. <•( Wnl-i. 
il,.-l.a,!a iui.l Ii-- .l.e e:,n,l,|-, .(,-.•, l'!,,,...^ M;,,-,. IU- 1ml;-- ■!■■ .-.,ia--i,--. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 






: frit-nils and 3u'i-;ci'i1iiT* Li 



i chairmaker, aged sixt 



Last week tl 






•;,•;.- ;;:■.;:.;;■; 



CHURCH AND I'XIVERSITIES. 

TIk- :V..ln-.-l:..p<.f < am 1 1 1 .in y \vi II h.n.l his prfiuary visitation 

The Lord ]'.;.-li..|, (,i C|n',,|n intends lu Wlil In- next Oi-lina- 
ion at Chester, on the 25th of September. 
,-\i*i -v :i tln.n-iH'h n--t<.r;itif.'i. iMfnlin.^ (liur.li was rcopenctl 
The AnJil.i.-lii-p '.f Vik pn 1 n'iir.i on Wednesday week ;it 

On Thursday week ( 1:0 Ih.-Omp i.f Ripon 



'llic l:« v Will i run C,,i,w:,v M.A.. has Wen i'->ini u.-n e 1 !■• th" 
mi. nr\ in W. -:■■,.;.!. r All. v «,c, iW r . ■■( rv ..t St. M.n^.uvt.. W-.-i- 

St. S;iv:..iiv".s f'hiir. h. I...nd<.n--.tieet. F;t7t<,v-s.|nav<\ r^rm-rlv 
.1I..I 1 1I-1..1 t. In.|«;, St. l\,i K r.i- w.i, c i:- ■ raU-il on TiK'-t-iV In the Bishop 
f London. 

The Hon. n;nl He v. Richard Cnsr. hrnthcr of the kite Earl 

Tin- pan-h .■ 1 ,ii V .-li ,if Crny!;<\ the chancel of which was 
A i ]■. r;.: f< -inal was held i;i Wifiiinnie M;r,-temn Tines lay 

College, Durham. 



Tlif Boy.-il jmrty nnil sinri-I.fi rnr'ii"iru 
p.....] |I;-i,!n -, tin- 1'rii!. ■■■(■( W:iU- fin.i t 



'J hire new A 

Mr. W 11. 

The NYt'ei 
i. a. it.i.''. i," . 



ic K.'.val Academy have 
iton ou»l Mr. CiiWi-.'.m |Mial.r. 

app.iin'.e.l private serve: a 



Committee for PrivileRos 



Y« -li :.la> w(< ;. j-,1111 |., ..p|,- w,-:v piv.-enl :\\ a choral l',--.ival 

'■' >'•<■ ■' > f- I tin- i'r..;....,: ■■:, ..I I ,■ ■ i ,...(.. i ,,: V., , •„ I'-.rl-. Till' - Villon 

il,. .- in, in i ,'■.,„,,:.■ . i .. r ■■! in- A i. . ■. :,n ■ m Fuii .. <:,.■ i. ■;.,;,. i i;., ; , r. . 
Tin- r.iskfip of London i-iHi^,- ( vateil Sf, Saviour's Church. 



-ii..|., mal Hi. iiLUir.rlur.il i* lln- j.'i(t <>l Mr- 

rhc Court of Assistants of the Corp 



ity-scvcMh : 



meet ins; of the I:n lu-e rial 



i fireinpine cvliinit.il by t 
second prize, with silver me 



■\\\v. m.\i:i;ait anh i:.\m<; \ rr. station's ox the 

LONDON, CHATHAM, AND DOVER RAILWAY. 
The direct line of i In - company, connecting Loudon wit 
el M;ii;'.i-c l;re....i.-t.iii-. and Ram; 
in timefoi the sni.unoi traffic. It r 
been fully worked, . 



aui?gate, was not complete! 1a<r. y. lr 



x of itw provid 
tixipolis to those piaces hy from sevei 

■rany pievioii.-ly c-tiiLlidicd 



. by me 

popular sea-idc resorts arc opened u 



ti. 1:1 1 ".n<.-7>!.:.!a. a:i.l pa--.- »liroii{.di W> it -'. .I.lv av.l Heme JJw, ;U 
[lit hitter uf which a new and cnnvunieiitly-Mtitatcd stati.ni lei-h-n 
recently erected. It will be s 
: ..l^ i.elway time uf the nm?1 

t-> I,.. II. i. Ilel- llne.i peruli ;ilv I. 

We give ii View of the n< 
al l;.in.--ate. which wi.iv uce 
l'i« in the iLt-i;.'ti- of Mi. .h»hn 
The view lit Margate i.- taken 1 



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Our tl.iuik.-. ure iliie to nil 






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pay. Ha^y' 



Kle::. happy 

bis assailant 

complete. Our aiJy 

Thames and Bristol Cham- 

in a lesson to us, the folly of the peacc-'at-any 

plicity and hom-My makin;: v the moi 

c been wv.nc-.-e<i in 
filing, the camp-fiii 
listening lo the ottcn-espros-cd w.-ii iliat some nearer stppr 
thercalitit' of war could ho foi a li-.;* while attained. The c 
corps al! show w«.ll . the men are more ->Idierly and hear the 
better than former 



intoiit. and' pcac.lnl. yon. like the inoffi • i-ivo Mr. 
(.ii-iv.lv. \-*i art- not dead vet. "Km* u- th.* 1". --..n i- 

Hiyi.vi-raM .*,. ttl J,,,,;. i *.* .,.; }„,:,,. i .,,:■*, , -i, 

■price party— a party 
honest study, it- very 

3 dangerous. 



--mi] ji-i'y a .'1 hoi*.. -U : 
How naturally yoi 
hat of universal ] 



■>Iy. aithoii -:. -, j.:: , 

fat. round-shouldered, lusty citizens 
jollity, and hospitality shown by al 
the most inlawing sights. hcr.-ni-.ci 
for the "invl" pri2e— owls-eye b: 
phrase, having t>ecu manufacture 
is a bright way of advertising 
trie little contemporary, which, b 
ri^ht, as we .-t.nted last week. At pres 

tin.* ami' riTiaiitt le :n th. '...-I mnnUr. it :» not -., much a ca — 

of actual death as of sit'-jH.-iid-'il animation. The .-h-ct of printed 
Utter-ptipa will n..np]-*-.u -oim UVu,. -d iv. tl <■ eoutr.lr.it ■.>■- h living 
at pvc-cnt _■. i e miay to the <.. mil* 1 .:i T 1 ■ . > .*. ' ' 
courts of the various monarch.-*, and other pi 
This amount of hiuuoi-ou--. pretence evidently 



The hmad good humour. 

i'-t-yc-i. if w,.* can u-e th" 
f..r i,:*_d,t- shooting. Th,- 
ie txi-:t*iice of our wm- 

in. The 

i Lath,-.' Swit/erku 





l«li Royal Irisli. 






i then rommandc.l the 










lln- nnpoK uir ii.i.i'.iry 
ng«.f the year. \V..* liud 
fi-iui a gt'nrli-nt.in wIm 


























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Willi a U'W Mid pirlly* 
■. 1- -itii.itidia ill.*:;. : .;ji- 
.- <*.*:np.iiam*.*1y -vire. 
■■ .. whia forfeited by thu 


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.' ' II .1 ■ ■:- .-■■'::'■ u: OUT tr.wtp, wen; 

i'l. di>ri:*g tl- iu*.i,rii i.f April, thrown 
Tm-v. Wh.ii ,;.-.'i i-riimu.-. Tl,..v cvn 


Smitlj. 


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ll.n. '- at la.ii..ii*ra being ivp-.rU-.l H 
.ely left Auckland, mill -iron:; -anfo-c,- 








H.uninick. of 


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April. The 


.il.i:i of ['.ike Wharaugi 



agaiust all kinds of ' 






s Jiiahii, which started 

iters, is dead, leaving, perhap.-, few 



; j:.\,. n'i\r (•..niiniucc fur f In-* -■.*ilu:i 



tinned. Dn-.ulfully stuffy, and ill vciit.ilatt<l ami hot as an ovai 
in suninur. tiny an* \..t c'.-) r : o*u u-nal ca-t'i'.v w nd- and wintry 
weather. An t-p-ning at tin- topi.;' il„- divi-ion. wliifh -hould he 
hii.'b <*:.' u»h torCfittfie head, would give al! the ne.x--ary scenritv. 

The Kui!:-'.Ai, :.i,d Iinl-li.. I;...; .-. »y :: d-i \.\-~ rir. i.ij ■■- are iii*t*l.'l*. 

in this w:ty. *-.. m*,;eh <■•> tha" f.« pe-r.pl, — rxc-pt th'.* Loid Lini- 
tu:a:itai..| II m Kn^'-al-Anu--— i v, i tv.v\.-l li-^t d-t-i— .i fact wl,ich 
at ouceci.iideniii- them in tin* eye' of (he railway hoards. 

A trial between two puLli-hri-*. i,\.*:h an u'*.wh..|. -oiae fueling 
amonp-t :!■. ,.*, ..;!. : „.*i. ■ ..::. ..'■.■! ,.■!..: i-.d*. ];.. -li - ,.n .l.,h:;-.N. 



Messrs. Sampson Ixiw, 
probably, more Amok 

eighth of the fir 
course, irritated feelings 



arutou buy an Amenean bonk. 
N.vcrlheie--. i: i* theirs, and 
Another pnbh ti**r receive*- 



:. and t*.::hw,t'n i 
i price. Hence o 
, through the stupidity o 



publisher D price. Hence an injui 
ings ; and. through the stupidity . 



nited Ilc;-rt> " i- the iiann*' 1 th 
nd. Would not all Ik art- Invi 
a compact not to touch I"**.-.- v 
* the Ati.cr.can- deny n- th- 
and leave Yjniki-e n 



eann tunced, and, 






po.-v]t,duy of me.liat.ing in America, 
i, w.il. win i.i were A<hui'al Aa-"ii and .• 

' "' '!> i. w:,!i.,l ,„, |„„*d I'.,;,,,,..!.,,, 

Minister quoted 



- , v. .-',:. ■ 



of Buch a step. The j 
about the common 

although Fngh.nd 






■ ■■_'i"ii!)lni- id' pio.-Ce'li!iL-s at the nieii ing r.l ihc 









.- and l.i:d hi- |.l. hi of attack. Afor__ .. 

companies of the hod 1,-ght Infantry, 

a.!- . i . !■ nel (..*i.ei. an. I .N..v.il Brigade," came out of Te 

t.all <.i* the Ml, -Hid !;iv ca-e* to tlic pall, which was n 

■; works- or i..h-1-l.t .. ,.n (h.*.r.-i of a hill. conn.Med with 

by a |M-rt'e<'t l.ibvi nlh ..[ -lvnelu-s and Siihkri-r.iiieii.il 

eh the Maori- li.uf b.u |..w,.d in the ground. The i.fhVer-*. 

■f war, diiniiL' !:;•■ same night of the 1'Ni.h, 

mder and two l»-poiuider Arnistiong guua, 

as a siege batn-iy with-.n latige of the enemy's f-.rtiti- 

, wlnle two a-iiich ir.oii.iv.- ;ui<l ,,ne H-pounder (Armstrong) 

■t in position U'himl tin ■ -.n lhw..;k-. we constructed on a hill to 

ht; and a small breastwork, u.rh two 8-inch mortai-s, another 

der lArm-troi.gl. and :wo .'l-pouii'ler howit/ers, were erect/>l 

tof the pah. They inn-i have wo.^ed hard, for many Iioiim, 

iplete these formidable preparations. \Vlien the morning 

1. Uelieinl Cainerou gave md< -- : ■ ..pen lire from our batteri-M. 

kept up without c<— at ion fi-ui --.-veil o'clock till four in the 



the pnh, mid two 
right, ' 

-::\ 11..- 



""; ';' 



■ Csili advanr.'.l irt skir- 
i the rear of the pah. It 

l.-ngth re*-olved upon to 



-li.]. th:it tin- iiiniiv w.*i- e-c.ip;n^ 
idei to - cea-^e fii-e " was sounded, and tl 
uslung order, on our extreme r;eh 
■as appaient that a breach had I 

npaniesof the flying'coiunm marcuea out 
:ii. bin. ,..■-. They lay concealed in the 

1 ■ ■: I ' ■.■* ■ in' ■ I*! ■■•>. <■ jn.-e'l of the nav.il 

1 Light Int'antrv. «-..- t.-nucd into line and ademeed 
the tvntre battery. Couiuiandei H.iy, of the Hairier, led the 
ng party. The coveriu;-: party advanced in front of the pah, 
i my yards of its outer i..e. . a ..I ..|. ned tire. The defenders of 
:ly. The Maori, had leaped from their 
. and .-allaii'ly and well they foiuriit. 
* at ii- height, the stonners "advane.-] 
and with a cheer carried the breach. 
. des|>erate conflict took place. 



i the advanced t 



■ tire on all -id...-, an. I i" 1 

i (..Hirer left to had lh*m 
pah. (,'a plain 1 l.onili o'i 



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.« !■* «...- a 1i:i*1);(*nt:.:i In... !"■..■ 

? breach, while a destructive tin- w-i.s ope-ned from 

■npelled to retire. Thrice 



>d outside the works, 
dropping shot, fl'lio 
' of the pah through 



to the projier right i 

I thrice th.-y n-vled ami leu oacK. uur men 
timed in front of she pnh, and returned the 
■ soon K-formed on the plain and marched 
i.d rallied ih" bn-k.-n column ; the ground in 
■khui-.bc:", and a -mall mortur w;n adv.ie.vd 



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are constructed to com: 

and support each other and ? 
the outer approaches 
M'-..'imi..iii.]i Redoubt ha- 
formed from an ...].l Maori |.ril 
is situated on tin' edge of tin: 
that overhung the beach, 
of it- faces being surmou 
i with bastions. 



piiM]-:s wjl 



being on the edge of the cliff, has 
been left open. The ditches ai-e 
| n . d-vpened ami widened. Lieu- 
tenant Talbot, 43rd Regiment, 

doubt. To the left of this re- 
doubt, looking seawanl. tlieiv? an? 



Tombs. They are situated n 
Arehdeac.ii Loom's orchard r 
dvvelhnu-. an. full of old pot; 
holes, and bordered by mlinen 



ards of twenty 






creeping f'M.-, -lealimr fivtn v 
points of " 



have been appropriately named, 
for ban] by h rlie burying-grouiid 
where, underneath a large and 
band:-ome willow-tree, are de- 
posited the remains of the first 
Mrs. Brown; beside her lie those 
of the wife of the Rev. J. A. 
Wilson. The Durham Redoubt is 
to the rear of Colonel Carey's 
quarters, the ride-pits which line 
the out* inclosure of the garden 

The redoubt islike its fellow. Jt 

the creek and ti< 



and ha. Hanking angles, on one 
of which a 12-pounder Armstrong 

Marshall. (JStli, is in command." 
We have just received from 



O 




t rations ,.f ti,,. _\,w Zealand war 
we ptv- nt a Vi...-w ■ -i (lie Govern- 
ment House at Auckland, the ca ): ,iial of the colony. 

<;.....?■■_-. Go-.-, t >!■:■ po-nt Governor, n-unlly resides and where the 
Gen.-rrd L.- I ,li,tu-, A--,inhh\ cm]..,-:,] of the el-.-et representative- 
■" 'aiekland, We-li inj_'r,..n. New Plymouth 



Sir , removal of the 



Ult WATKIN, ESQ., M.T\ Full sTnr'KPORT. 
■at of government to Wellington or some othc 



MR. E. W. WATKIN, M.P. 
FOR STOCKPORT. 

Mr. Edward William Watkis-, 

was lately elected, not only without 
opposition. but apparently with the 
concurrence of all partie-, member 
of Parliament for the through of 
Stockport, to fill the vacancy 
caused by the decease of the late 
Mr. Kershaw in May last. Mr. 
Watkin had pi-oviotisly been in 
the House, havingbeen chosen for 
Great Yarmouth at the general 
election of 1*57. He also con- 
tested, in 1S.V.L the representation 
of the same borough, but un- 
successfully on that occasion. 
Mr. Watkin is a Liiveral, and an 
independent supporter of the 
Government of Lord Palmer-ton. 
He is the son of the late Mr. 
At..-:do m Watkin, for many years 

gistrate for Lancashire and for the 



f:i..-[u.ring a 



founiy :i 



3 commercial mdn-irv 
of Lancashire. He has for several 
years past had much to do with the 
of public work- in thai 
1 the north of England, 
rmanof theMaiir[,e-mr. 
Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Hail- 

We-tern Railway; and provident 
of the Grand Trunk Padwav ,,f 
Canada. In early life Mr. 
Watkin rendered important 



and the most active promoter. 
of the movement which led 
to the provision of public 

parks and places of recreation for 
the working people of that city, 

open space' which they could call 
their own in which to 'breathe the 
froli air and take healthful exer- 






Upotl the nnestlOll of Unrestricted 

Commercial intercourse lief on.' and 
after the repeal of the corn laws. 






was destroyed 1 



- likelvto attain ■ 
rw lm full) 

' Kngraviug is frov 



has made lfiuc]) por/re--. wit.) t 

perhaps yet rxeitine. marked ; L i o-n- 
tion in tiii.- ONMitrv. i : .. r :h.- estab- 
lishment f 11 - | 

'- T the Atlantic and Pacific (."'eeans. 
uglier distinction 'in public 



t photograph by J 



have allotted him 
J. and C. "Watkins, 




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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



SIR RUTHERFORD ALCOCK, K.C.I 

TrTE opening of Japan to English commerce 
1 of the last ten 5 



tli.- rimi-h Consul a 
Minister Plenip--.tentia.ry at the Court of t' 
Cnptnin Phorard Osborn, in h' ' 
of "Japanese Fragments." 
D-a.l. when the AmrTican s, ± 
> intimidated the i 




the Japanese official 
a way prepared '" 
international treaty. 
Kni.herf--.v-l Aleoek. K. (''.]!., having re-eivrd the 

nighthood with hi-; present diplom 

., during his sojourn at home last J 
d to Japan ; and we publi~hed t 
s ago, from the sketch by oir 

Fa; urn', ni;.- wlm h ivpr.-ented the r.-r im-nhil ■ ■ f hn 
landing at Nauga-aki. We now g ve his I'ordait 
■-■:. i-v --.-: : .!.:■ ■■'■■ .-i plmto.'iai her 
o-.dmgat Yokohama. 



JAPAN : A PARTY AT THEIR 

'- - "lustration of the daily life of tho 
jm a sketch bv Mr. Wtrcruian, 

1; ropo.sent- a Japanese dmm-r- 



8CENES 

We give another Illustration of the daily life of 

Japanese people ' 

party kneclinc a; thou l;ttl-- -able-, one ot Which 19 
set before each gn.-si. and h t -ij.:u- thansc-ivo-, by 
the use of a pair of ■ hop-ti< ks. to such tra^mon' - oi 

mciU as tllOV can li-h up oat of th-.-ir >olip-ha-m.3 , 

wlul=! wo poo-, iv,-. (ha:, or,,- eon'.lema.m havm- -1-ne 

with his riiC.p-itii.-k~. is raiding tht ' 

mouth that he may drink its liquid 

lady at the head of the table, witl 

politeness, refrains from eating till 

served. A couple of handmaidens 



another pa::---, - . ■ i r. ■ ■ goum.,- ill i-ir.ii.--n~ of a :■:■••'■ of 
I',- mmov novcltm- recently added to the Zool, >gn ;al 
.--.-.reiy's extensive collection or Lviu-.- annual.- in 
Ih.-jeni's Par;: Gardens. The-..- have all been i 
ported from v - 





i,. ,.i, ],,,,_.■ 



:iples. 

mkey-1 
i J ; ■_:■ 1 1 1 and ■ 



irst, by the introduction of owper- 
I plants and by the great care taken to ensure 
ltUation ; and the second by the use of the same 
-water wanning apparatus t 
efficient in other of the soc 
:ii=o hoped that, the new monkey -1 

i succeeded in removing from the building formerly 
abitcd by the monkeyB. 



society's buildinga. It 



Till; MKKTINGOF'IHK NATIONAL KIFI.K 
ASSOCIATION AT WIMBLEDON. 

In our last Number, with which wa- i — ned a Luge 
Coloured Lngniving. to lovin a special lbm-lral ion 
of the picture-, pie and hv.-ly scene , ,» Y\ imble.iou- 
common, we dc-vnbed (he arrangements, of the 
Volunteer-' Camp, and the conditions of all the 
-h,'oliTir--nia:o!:e. appointed for Hus year's meeting. 
We now present one e, r two other Ulustraiions ■ h 
va-wof sr,-,,e group- of nflouioh listening fo the )■,:,, id 
ot the London -co; i ;=h dnns.L: tla iv noonday uu.erval 

way which we ii-f]/,io 1 la*t week, with (lie pas- 
sengers seated on each side of the car, which is 
doom hv a single horse of the Military Train. 
'These Emnavmgsdo mi --roii to n.-qiurc much coiu- 
in, lit or explanation, and wo may proceed to report 
tlie pra,r;e:d busmen of ;hc meting, which com- 

in'-r Ion Tin -day week. (nuded l-y iho e\perk-mo 

of former years, the Covr.cil had adopted r plan 

e.anpi-ehvtiove as well a- piTleetm all K:> detail-. 

We ];la y remark, especial!;,-, then iatrodueiion of 
Hill's admirable system of disc -marking, 



sr; 



year. Another feature of the present vtav's coin- 
petition i~, that the rival svsmms of irc'n and card- 
inal i targets now have R fair trial. In Captain 
M-f.. -L--.-1 - '.'on and;,..!, s-,,-eep-:ak,.- Ta,gct-, eard- 

tvial. The Mr.vmg-Man targe!, wa- liberally 
|-;. i.o iiKd, and pronn --■- t.. be v..rv popular , whif.-- 

to tli I r it i < 1 ul i . 1 . ii du -! 1 
as well a~ sure inaiksuieii. The Limning Deer had 
also lost none of its popularity j and there was a 
acton- system of pool targets. 
kilty with which while gla/.ed 
behind the aperture, instead oi 



:■ re:non~. This jay. though amem- 
lhavi'.nLdi-h lmd.|.os-e-se- the same 
bright colouring as his well- 
r of this country. The woodp,eelo;r. on ;ne other hand, 
is from the m--iv northern f. re-m of the New World. In t lie back woo-.U 
,.,f the United States, this bird is one of the bosc-known and most 
widolv-di-;.ri!,uo~l spoc,es ,-f us mbe. It o ee:.eraLly knowm as the 
-Flicker." from it- peculiar ll.ght, or the " G olden-shafted " wood- 
pecker, from the brilliant golden colouring of the stems of its wing- 
feather-. In the eej-.tr-- of oar Lp.eTavmg are two .-p,.ck- of maiunials, 
Loth of winch. hkow.--e. are - ■■--entially : ■:e-:d".ng creature-, a^ are 
nearly all the amniah of the New World. The iirazihan monkey 



banks of the Amazon ; 



taunlv of yoiug one; clinging 
States of the groat Northern divi.-ion of the Amenean conti- 
nent. The species portrayed in the lower figure are all from 
" ' part of the New World. The cuckoo {Guvia 

' very lively and pecmeir hah,;-, an 1 may he -yen eon- 

ig about — h a- :■ i- o-.eniialK' a te, T e?[viaf bird—with a 

. or stick in its month. The :romnl iCacicns per-icus, 

i starling-like group of American lard-, remarkable for their 

in weaving long pendent nests. The whistling duck 



pinrigna ■ ..- 
tinuolly run 



.'in lii-Lvldual- f 



ng ammals, which 



Tho now tnonkey-h.:.a--- i- eow eo:nplc;ed a; regards it. 
fittings, and will henceforth be occupied by their largo < 

whose special accommodation it is intended, 
ge 84. The building, which 

by Sir. Anthony Sabine, jun. It ia in th( 

;ervatory; the hark, towards the non! 
but all the remainum sid--- and the ro,.f are entirely of iron 
This new hou-e, which 1ms U-en erect- d on one of the best ; 
society'- premises, will replace that which was, per 
of the most defeerivc buildings in the society's 
ment. The closed. wind-.-^le-= pdace which has 
' ' ' ) the exhibition of monkeys has 
mable in many respects, ami that b 
dangerous way, from having been er> 



dcicnied 



condemned as objectic 






The compo!i:io,i I',,,- the A-,oe[ati 

Prize Cup at -JUU and 5uO yards »i 

the afternoon of Tuesday week. The alaldle-ex 

bronze medal, which, together with the medal and 

APAA. £.-,. cl .,it!o- (he winner to compete f,,r the Prince of 

Wales's pri/e. wa- al,o eonte-led :.l ranges of 'JUU, 

f>im, and lion yard... it was won by Tioutenaut 

Hopkins, -list Mid.i:,:-,-::. The- (.ivford nnd t'aml-ndge bronze medal 

was won bv FniiL'u Ii. Thoinp-'on. :Jrd l.'ambr:- :oe-!ere i Unoersity t. 

with a total ot II. Captain Howard ];..-- comme n-vt uiih I- mark,, 

Tl;e rang,.- weie gen. .jmi, - u ,] ,;<><> yards, and the highest score on tle 

Side of Oxford wa- :M mark-. .Another well-contested match (D 

Tuesday week was tl'.e All-Comer.-- County Match, ton men from 

each canity, with .-even shots ea,-h, at 'Jon yards. Tom counties 



shor.iing was—Laiaaidare. 



fir-t t:me, Derbyshire. Then 

-I'.'O; Middlesex, isj ; Giouce-tei-.-hiro. 4>0 ; ai,d Derby-hire. -1 

weatli-.-r w.i- line, and a largo number of vr-nors was present. 

On the second day i Wednesday wc-eki the Common put on a ver 
i j i a A 1 --Hi 11 t 11 dag taffsai 

match dee;. led was that for the Prince of Wale-'s prize of £l'in. rot:\ 
pet-.d for lo all winnei- of silv.r or bi'on.'c- medals of tr,,.- A~-ocaui, i 
s-ncetho last WiuiMedoii meetiriL'. U'be competition, restricted 1. 
bona l.rie long Kukld rill-.--, wa- at ram-es of _nn. ," an ,j , lU u v;inl, 

).". at L'm'i. In at ,","", and 1 at ''■"" ca]-ds ut an jogo-mum ,.■[ -|o mark- 
The next hi_;e,- .,-,;. v .-. were Lamtcr.anr Ma-do-n~ie l!c-. Dk Ki, 111 
total, -i;.; Lientf] ,:.; I |opl,- m -, -Mm Mid,il---ex. 10, 1-1. 1-1— total, II 
The shooting for the Queen's 




TRATED LONDON NEWS 



highest .covi iii.nl- a* t 



../■■. .. i, by tli. I » i « k ■ ■■: r.iiul : 









Lord Buiy. Count 
iting. The " Coming 



>:..•}■ ; : -hue. JM : 



the Saturday St ind I ..- Di Gendre prizes, volley- 

'ii yank, un men each, with tin.* following ie=nl; -— 
■d, 144, first pri/e ; J-t Surrev. 11'-', second pri/e ; 
cscx. 140, third prize. Tin' \-\ Warwick. J7tli Lan- 
xth Lancashire tied with l.'il each t"i tliu- fourth pvi/e. 
npctilois. five rounds at 2uO and .".'jo yards ;— 



•ii.C; M:m.1:.-.-s. 'Jilii: Norfolk. 
266; 



c.-m-mi ■. j;;i; Wili-hnv. Ji: ; Km:-. _•.'.:;: N. lennd-lure. ■-■.M. 
N.nti!)f.'li.u.i>li:i 1 -. Jl" . 1.!m'--Iu'v. ..;.; . Dul,vli;ir. having mad.- 1 .'.-; 
at tlic first range. ictin.il. The City of [.cndou ]>-i'- competitio: 
Ji.'inh was commenced. ai;d then, was -onio good average shooting 

::■■. '■■■■.■ ...nu-t had li-.cn iln.- -ub;ect ut iinmen-e exct'cment r: 
camp, and volunteer* had Uvn foi ~-.-vfi.il day- aiiMously looking cut 




In •-.■■■ ise in apology had been 

volunteer in ..., ■:. : . ■_■■■ be w.'l.n hea, in-, and might e*en yet 

=re the prop ■-'■.■-/-< n.u.' I ni-eli nj.'ht .■- n.in-li \- 1 1 1 x hi- r.wn com- 
rades, as wit:- :-.- M.ii.-r oi tin- Oth. whom be had offended. If, how- 
"■■:i. .i't... - til . ■.: i.me had been afforded, the trans-gic-ion weiv 
not recall-.:. !.■ •.. ■■■)■}- g. ■...-• al h.-dy .■: vr.l'Nitcers would support 
the C'yuiiCLi :■':- -1. <.-.- .-..;, ;■■ exclude i-.-u: t'iirt!;u e -i:ipe!;l:o:. at 
their rangr- :"■.■ i --■■:. -.via.— <-■ An: Li-.u_-:.: di-grace upon their 
order. Tin. i .e- t.i.g. .v!»jcli before • ,d lu-ii.v ;-o an. •'. the anouyia.,!.- 
delinquent, a- heartily indorsed the announcement of Lord Elcho, 

Sat unlay v. :i . il„- sixth day of tin- meeting, and the continuous fair 
weather ut.. . -.| : , v, iy i.oge c^nc.v.ir-e of ik-iv.jji-, including many 

QUEEN'S PRIZE : FUtST STAGE. 

The following i- the li>! of th.: sixty who became entitled (the lies 
having br ..i. -!;■■( off on Saturday ini.ni.u-i to .-hoot for tin.- second 



What bast thou to do with peace? Turn thee behind 

me. And the Watcluuaii ti. I.I. -avui-.'. Tin' iiu--i-!;»u- Camp f.i fln.au. 
tii-r !.■■ ■-..!:;■ Mi ii..: a-. i.'.. Tin- H . « I K 1 . 1 1. . I « .!i.i;u- iv;i> ..[':■.■ wi.rd- 

-'II'.' ■!■■■■ pauu'.l l.y the J-'.irl. ■:: Scottish band. 

Tin.- ,-ccond week'- piirt.i.hn-- npun-d ia-f Moiiduy, with a con- 
tlinirui...- ■■! -pK'ali.l w.miIu i, am) there was plenty of work cut out 
to keep all th" target* going, wink -OHK' of the ruatche-. It rta.-W-.-ll 
known, would excite opena! intue-t. Fif-t in this category. ..;' 
coiii-c. taiiiL* tin n.a:<h ln.-r»o.u tin- I^-ids and I oinuiou-'. Th'.' tir-L 
ma'i-h l-'-twiv:: fla- two ih.-i-t- n -i.lkd in -o decided a victory for flu- 
rpper H.-.:-c tl: .1 t!u- pnl.l.e w\-.v - mm ■ 'v i ■■.-• ..icd ! i-t \\-n\ to tind 
tin- Oniiiiwii- come --. Heu to C.e front. Tin.- year it was kiiuwi; that 






wliile that of the Lords had 
.o or tlirce doubtful shots and 
ii. in whom i;nrjil average scoie- miglit ion- 
advantage df having the attention of 
".— [.onl Klrlm. J...r.| Bury, and L.ud 
Inn -fadiue— l.y m. n:cai s impr..v,d l.y tl;- 
ii.ri.hu;' ih. ii active -hale in the luaaa-e- 

... ■-- ■■■■] ... ',: , :,u thv J.'inn- "vliltivc 



(••'Uip'.tltl. a I- olle w;.|..'h Ii.- i «,!.■ I ( -..!i-:d.-i:il.l.- urri.-t niu< Uu'-t 

intcer-, a- being tla' .-tamlanl :■■ u ■ n 1. l..n =■ f r . i llnlicld .-he r.ue; 

:;.;i .- |. ■ . :.l>.l wilji lefeieac r> ■ -u:all-lioie >l t.n^'. (i.eat die 

bci-n taken in the -election of men on bo" " 
It scarcely -bowed such good practice a < 
afely .,-■ .:..■ 1 that til'- wry he-t was don 

I '. - .- I l.e r.::-j!.-h -.a. ...k-.l ni".!itain:ng;.. ve:vdec:d.'.l 
■ •ry. n ak:;.„' I ' » 1 ' ■ marks again-t ■'"■.(. tl .-.- ecndition-. being -even 
- at '-""I. .'.nil. : ,. ; il him yard-. The competitor* "hot in t"Ui -uuj.i^ 

-n each. ..t '.hi'-a^.e l.r.i:-. an. I un.lv: po.cl-.ly tin -aai.- cr-iah: -. 

e\t in napoi tav.ee »a- the . i.i-.|.i ■: it.c.ji :'.-i t:.. (_'h.iln.el|..r • 
leugc [>late. \ala- IP'n, pie-cutcd by the Duke of Devon-!. i:e and 
i:.ul ■■: Ii.r'ny t. i annual c:ap.. til n n bnw.cn the volunteers- ot 
(i\|..i.l in. I Caiul.riilgi- TiKvei-u-. . ..r.--. 1-l.uh |'ijiivi;::\ was 
"glit competitors, who fired seven roiuids at iwi. .'.Do, 

l.:l-r u-i!(';i:;il,;-|.|.J.. ]„:■!•■ |Uj : (l\te-:ii. W.I. Tlll-S 



i M' i . -i.| 

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George V ehalleiige vase was brought 
ecord book of the vuse. in which the 
ition is artistically err' " 
. and the photographs c 
Princesa of Wales. ] 






being 7-.-' 



1) yards. Tlic winner of t 

'a ■■!■;.■ L'i 

London Rifle Brigade. 

THE QUEENS PRIZE : SECOND STAGE. 
Tuesday l.i>t was a la;-', inteiesting day to those wli 
-inc.: rhe'ei.imiieuceinent of the meeting been engaged in enacavour- 
ing to obtain the hi'.-he-: h..:..,i.i- ••: Wtmbkdon-coinmon. The 
contest, winch oninnallv began w.ih J30tj a.-pirants for the Queen's 
prize. *;,«, aftei Iralay la-r. r.-dnced t- -:xty— the pickuig of thehe.-t 
■-h'-it- oi tlie knigdoiu. 1':.- - 1,1. ■■■ i.l.i..-n •■'. Wimbledon ha- been 
Mi..., --.v.-lv "I'taui. ■! l.v Mi K.l.v ii, I ];■■-- Mi .l.pling. Mr. l'..l-.\, 

ami Mi. ]{o l ii-r- . Lilt who -hoi.l'.l ohtiai It for Wrl Was still to he 
decided. The sixty wiio weie :■> !»■ the cnmpetitois for thi- Mage, at 
Jjim, !nm. and HKioy.o.P. p:i,'.eie.l -OOil alter mm- ..'clock in front of 
tlie council tent, ami wet- then i"l'l :n -<|Ui'Unu.i p.... ceded to th- 
different lirmg-poiiifs appropriated to them. Some time was 
occupied in taking two -:^'l:t ng--h.'t : by each man. at:..- which pre- 
liinimiry the renewed ...ute-t brgan. Some complaints weie very 
prevalent tn the tail) part of the day that the Whitworth rifi'.'S that 
were supplied by the a--e..i'i.'_ to the sixty vHuuteeis rinng a* the.-: 
ranges were either ;u.piop-.:l\ r:;:ht>'d nr w.-iv m othei ic-peit- imp.ci - 
feet, and this wa- a-.-iglied by some as the rea.-on why they did not 

m.iVe then a. ■ ..-t.. fgood scores. 

Lieutenant -I .'ImikI Hal;..ul. iih l/in-trr. wa< one of thi— ■ wl.od.- 

nunii :'l ma. i U-. and =.( - va;,b :'" :m- " - n...i - 1 1 ■ -_- ■ {.-t..|"f II maik . 

Private Hawaid. of tin- ]-i >i.ib.!l. w I.-, trail- d :le-ilv t r im-da!of thp 



excellent shootin-r wa- made !>v Mn-ign Dla. k. 


i ■-, .'.mi M -l.il. es, 












cry spirited contest in 




o Ids name the large 
ot quite shot through, 

9 freely congratulated 


score of j!). Although -ome other -ijiia.U had i 
vet w;th f,.- -<.-i.- ■■: ■:• t:.e g d.a:,". *.'■ '. ■:.-! w 












ih-tal.t p.o: i.f the cam. on, which had received 


scarcely any attention 



X.T.I 



,-™;r I 



rades. who weit'inost willing to bear the lc.nl. ;it.di arn-.d hir-i ihruUi:U 
f,.- , .. : ' ..";..■":■■: ■: - : ■ . '. :ard- p]:iviu- " See. 

the tonquering heio c.iik-:" The City of London A'ulmit. ■ :s are 
encamped ..n the ginnnd. .,■:■; ..- Mr. Wvatt w.i- on his way there 
Lord h'lei.i. met the ii:«tli-y a--e:abl.i..-e ,-f v. li.nt.. rs fiom all parts >.'f 
the kingdom, shook hands with the heio i.f tin day. .mil w.iu.ly con- 
gratulated h:in up -n la- -m (■—- When In- got f.< the London I.iflf 
Biiga.ie quarters Mr. Wyatt'b health wa- ilnnik in Inunpei- of 
chan.pagm-. for which he nturnvd thani,- in very suitable 
terms, nnd soon afar Mi-. Wvatt, who wa- ac. .m-panad by In i 
daughter, entered the maiqucc. and iccciv.-.l the hearty 'Un- 
hand had a.-luevcil. Xotliii".; i-culd eve... I the eMibciaat ;..yiV.ai 
].r. vailed- Mvvr\ n..iiil..i ..f tl.e e.-ip- iiiiiu- -i at- l> phie- -I i.< ! _ • 
h-bako a bianch ..i oak, .ii: I the usual Hag of the Loudon Rifle Brigade 

a'w''.','iw.','-; ■'.".. .l"ii '.■■■ .1-1-1-...! -• .-t tl, N,.: I 

Ititle As.oc.atiou. and he i- .-uc of the mo.-l hard -woi king men in the 

M || i 1 I ;.■!- o! t!U 1 (. t ■■'■} ■ 

' ' — --.vex fired a 

roccv.:hi;>. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



>roperty of him who makes the high,.-! score. The shooting 
,f -• very superior kind. The highest sere was made 1 >y Corporal 
Dton, of the Cheltenham School, who made the large score of 

I' :'..-■ ■ '.v.i: r :-.■ .,!■.. ■;,. ■ i- ... | ..;■■. 

-■ same school, tiny were compelled to give w 



E:o:.. J":' 

SEant 



thereby losing by 8 marks only 



The Duke of Cambridge will' 
(Saturday) at three 



-in:: hv s mark- o.ulv. Lugbv -cored •_'iA ; 
]>■'.<: and Marlborom/h. IS">. Laid Spencers 
>y the highest from each school, and Corporal 
by I' 1 ninrk?, after a very spirited i'oiiICm. 



di-rr.b ;■■■ i 
lock. 

lllu-trataon.- ->( i 



! Wimbledon Meeting in 



pleteT As it is. the stirrings in the Lower Housa 

i kept together I iv (..nv-hAe members, tvvcnl y-fl ve of whom 
v on inside the chamber. \\ Jul..- tin-.' ..tf immediate dn 
x>lest places, ready, if 
Arid hard enough hav 






> keep up the game until h 



.. who hear tlie same v 



■ certain mghi, inspired by - 



brought 

motions, his voice iv.i- perpetuallv booming througli the more 
rarefied atmosphere of thehon-c.- and, in justice to him be 
In? delivered himself with e-junl force and authority em 
subject whicli he took up, as might ha 1 
INa.tably the new Secretary for tlie Colonies has 



until .'m - 
of political 



.",-.,'. | 







iwcu.v-lo 

by. his side 

deepe-t fergetf nine-.- ..f all. However, tlie Appropriation Bill has 
been brought in, and then all talk, all dullness. '■ all thought-, a'l 
jia-sions, all delight-." v. iiich hcl. .vj to iArhameu'- which st citify or 
•.111 it. have become a .piasuo:,.,! day-. There arc vet three t, aigce-righT.- 
.-o come oil. whieh will be carried on by a -mall " corps d'elite " on both 
-ales : and then will go on the double- !r idle of bdl- through all then 
stages. A curiously dm! and i,tcaninede-s State paper will be pro- 
nonneed 1 .v the Loid (.'liainvll.-i . wit h his. J, at . .n the top of his vie, 
and in the Pala.ce ,,f Wc-tmin-Icr. "the rest will be silsnce." 

Tailing of the Lead Chancellor, one is reminded that he has been 
the hereof a -mart Parhan;. ulary duel with la;, mean i-a..tLTOt toilgue- 
feuce. Having b. deal with a difficult ipic-tion, if it was taken up 
'-cneu-lc. Lord \\\.- 1 1 aire. .v;r.., ,, certain clemency and a de-ile to do 
lor Convocation what Cervantes did for Spain's chivalry— that L -. 
-lau-li ,t ;,«-:i) ■—went in for elaborate chart . d the proceeding- of 
that body, vvhu h ha- hecii irreverently ealk-d a " parliament of rooks." 
"* " ""i to be quizzing a bench of bishops 



empting the opportunity might have been ; and 
of b..ldne-s arid goodnature in the Chancellor 
course. There was, of course, mortih 






the fun anaaig-t arcl,bi-hop~ : ,nd 
second degree, aeo e ding to their temperament.-: but 
— v — l predominant \\ la a tic tir-t letr.il .onhonty in 
deliberately that larue peeumarc pciiak.ie- "had 
incim-ed by every nicinbci who ha- attended Convocation of 
- -i-- p r j mate f ^i England was 

doubt. 

.inth'.'ntatlVelv 
premising to tr-e none. The 
no man, clerical ,, r l,-, v , makes 



proceeds ,,f In- arch-see. The:' ■; be L '.m 
:}>.*: th, aiarr,., wa- hm*. and r| M r rl 
wi- .-!..kv. nghni-eb 'from l,,,,l- the 
wa. -p. nkmv dagger-, tla.ngh he was 



Exchequer 

o be perceived. 

diginm-d funei 
ook-;ir!: -o ami 



-yn!patln-ed ■■vitli iiif cfl'e.n 



■ a e. : -_:a... ■ !■■- ,. .v ■ ■■■■_ . J:-. ■■ f.;.o. -/■ !■■ r ". 

lu-prs-.ing that he g'.a. .-;. ;r.ue, phmged ?,-, rier<:«.-lv into ; . pei^onal 
a.'.t with the Lord Chancellor, and -tajvo-d -..- nngeniallv a-' to b'lie 



i in regai-d i 

te time practical a mind as his might 

suppcied to have been secretly in uni-on widi the - 



merit; so broadlv eApre--ed Viv Lord M'e^tburv as to the real cl 
of ConvocatJon; and peih-.p^ he u-ed his greut and manifold 
-peeeh e.ud rhetoric for the purpe-e of c.-'UceahnL' hi- v« al tl 
about the matter in hand. If he was really ang 
ma.-r be -et to work to find the origin of his 



eoiiiccnirr 
ep'-e...pa! 



- ca.ve;-LMg ■Aha 1 . !"■ believed ' 



revenues by way of penalty 

n stri'.tly episcopal and ecclesiastical 

vacation ,- easentiallya part of the 

for ,. moment think any -acritiee of mere pelf too great to pay for 
the pnvdeg- or vaidaMiaag a go;,,: right. .\«v;,v, then, with tin.-. 
-■■T'l.d notion : Af'Tiniidi | .,.,).;, rine. a,,- rhmk wi- hav- a i hie to the 
LirliO].*..l,ol,,r. Wla-ther i.y a.--, irlc-ur o,- do-igm. the Lord Cham.-idlor. 

in speaking ..f rvrnvoraribn. h< member-" and it- | ■..■■.duiL"-. 

U-ed. the word -saponaceous." Nov, even'one kie.ovs how easily 
the Li-liop of <.b.f,.rd inav have taken tin- epithet to apply 
personally to hiin-dt. when he i- aware that a synon vmou.s word, 
but one more vernacular, i- familiarlv coapL.-d v.ith Ins own 
cognomen. A ver> -malt |,„.,r of red cloth will raise the fury of a 
po.-vioiL-l^ quietly brow.-ing lord of a pasture; but wh\ press the 
■initio further y The e[.i-ode »;,= imcliaraet.-ri-i ae ..t the'Lord- as ;l 
b-dy. aial va- emuieii!!;, , tiara.-iMi-'i,' of the individual- em/a 'jed i n it. 
What a piece of work the Hous-- of Common.-, got ihroiicrh on 
Monday. There iv,.iv ;n le L ,si four subjects for dtscu--i,,n, whicli at 
happier „r uuhapj.icv ttim -—,<- the ca-e may lie— von! ' ' 

anight to themselves. These - 

]tolicv, fortifieaf 
Cold Coast, and 



April Lu., i, ,!,.. patnone -ritt^, " v.l,, reniain lo aui|, ie 

tln-Oiid, and pal, da- ,,f the Se-ion ca.nnot well be divided inlo com- 
pai.a-. ah-rnaielv .,c<u).ving [he stag.-afte, the manner of I be actors 
wboona.aed lb-:ha rd, ,■),'■ Show al I he 1 >ramat ie College Fete, they 
w.t.- obliged to go -traight on ; and. l,y loppmg and cropping ,■„,„-.," 
i ■:: ■!,. ■ :■ .... ■ .:■ ■ !. , M 

■ enthusiasm "Mr. Osborne, 



tions. of foreign polic} 



. Miiele sitting. 



: e E, 

exactly to his 



liking, u we upooie, lie redeemed his proi , „ 

el.eetive peeea, but what, w.r • I n, 1 1 y :-,; n o„ ,. ](, did :,,: m.da 
l-o.-mie job .and o,dy ...... r \ . li --,;_ l -, \ ,,.i,, th ., L | lV . ]V , !V ,-,., ,. ., , 

le- b.n.ou.. Thi,. wa remar!al.-te. .u.d ,. .■..,.;. ,,-, ,, , , : ,, ,| ■. , l ,,„ , ... 
taunt-, v.i. ich Shalt pcaie pute into the I, ,,t n„- v... i-,. ■ - '. 

the dead body ot :i chief ed the 



mue!' in hi., pecukui hee ; 






lurlcd a; him— said that he would i 



3 much when the Prer 
ughed at the previoi 
. be provoked, that the 
and with an emphas 



Liskeard should i 

provoked, 

men!" rnose wlio beard it who -were not amrcv were =.nv ; 
thoaeh perhaps ,n =nrj, a. , a-e, -o !T ,, w would be received as rather a. 
ridiculous cxpo^irion ,.f f..,-bn_:. d'liei'e was troor'i rea-on, however, i-r 
oh-erva.tioii-. made l,v Mr. Seymour bit/gei-.tld and others, on the 
ma iked '.hanrr m the > pi nt m win. !: L.-rd Palnn; r-i .;,n sy.oke of lira.ol 
characterised him on 



!■• -iil.j.a;:. [i wa- 'he nol,!.- J.ord's ;ilnio--i 

lira/iiian que-tion a few da_v- ago wle.eh 

however, he contrive..! v-ry e+l;-a inahv 



viu.hemc treatment of the 
bi-oiiglu on tin- motion, win 
to dram away to nothing. 

Things have been so business-nite in doch jioh 
packing up has been so assiduous, that there has b 
*peeialnies b,.yond those which have above been r 



when you have 
windows after jii 



through which is nightly performed therein, with t 
1 ■- something like summer heat at least. 1 
Of E 



i [i Ml 
. why, you can d,iv I lie indue 
your country even in tlie 1 



NATIONAL SPOR'JS. 

Tub Lerei'i ...■..■! July meeting wa.- a sad failure. h"th a- regavi- raeiu,/ 
and attendance ,„ ;[,,. Sucsd. Lord Stamford - neu paircha-e. Spring 
(inn, wa- beaten ea-aly by (i-omrali ; JCly gave Hnrkforward '■ lie and 
d'.spo-ed of him a- he hke.J ; the Cup was reduced to a start of three ; 
and the race of the na-etmg wa- Hie Cm ecu's 1'lale. in wliich Caller t.hl 
wa- caught on [he posi ami bcat.-ii t>\ her -ix-yoar-old coeval StanteHi. 

not large. \'iceroy, ridden by Sam 



The Mamford n 



... ;h 



drew o!V i 



- |..,.kev's. stin-nioieattter bleak- 



Ou.-tane,;. on Kmltoi and. owing t< 

iiv-. Little Stag wa- o verba nled by Young Rapid i 

The nomination- for the three i-bbon — blue, white, and red- - , 
the turf in Is','; have jn-t closed, loi the Derby there are -'SI, or 2 
' previous, yean tlie C'ak- ha- declined from \ ] .K> t 



i the St- Lc_m,i- 
at the 1mi:.-> ent 
rhad. TheDerbi 



and '■ Algat by t.'hi-valiei 



tln-v ,a,;i | u id. .1 nc I >■ rl-v en 
William Hay enters twelve: 
from Lisr.-o." is the veteran Premier's c 

A -ubscriplion has been rai.-e,i f.a the widow and i 
Mr i'i.e-.kio -. - ;■:•-■■ ..-,, „,,.), „,.,.! :■],.■ In.ke , t Si. .Adiai 
with £100. 

The foolish attempt of the Worce-ter stewards t 






and iiU'erentially 

Jieatn deprivation, t " 
making an apology 



Committee and the 
disgraceful scene on Mond: 



chiMo.!! CI 

a* headed it 
■i u Lil 



: tern wirli t 



l -a.aus that ihev took action in ,;>.) 
oventry to the effect " that tho Eiu 
of Worcester were disgusted at tl 
ich they attributed to the Birniinghat 
urn." it seems, however, that/Lei 



iterfering m matters u,.,!: withm their jnwince ; " 
and so this uu.'e little imbr,,-],.., end,..-,!, leaving Le.rd llai.eman e..ru|>!et.C 
master of the situation and '.villi a character tVa pithy letter- writing. 

.Mr 11 of Tin College. Oxford, the late holder, was 

unable from illne- to deiend In- ntlv to lla. Wmgtield -cull.-, or 
anei'.a.r chami.iomlui, of th-- I'haaies. ;},■■ -umisief, and rhev were 
t \L \\ 1 \\ 1 I 



The El. 

people on 

ba'i.ue: i 



Tbie- ; ;;,-,- 

Irb' 
b m.b.d. 



,l,i , . 



.ther -Ivi.g nil s i 



Stow and Btdler 



'I L .1 1 



..■'.'.rwluie' 



aed quite a new 



■d-e ■ i„ 



blbnVndJiAX i;ail\\.\ 






;::;:!:; :;',: 



. has lately 

■ .jindiries of pe-trolcuin.oi 



of tiie locality of the p.,: t-dyim on -,pr.„L--- ai 1i.,i.:- ..: , 
Pemisylvania. that wonderful natural produc ' 
gi\'en rise to a most lucrative commerce. The q 

mineral oil. are. indeed, by uoiuean.-a modern di- every. " ; 

trice in many ptirfs of the globe. c-pe< udlv in -ome e itrics ...[ Asia, lias 

been ].uo\ci by the in.-l.am;e.- ,.■!' .-|X>iUai'. ,-,■,;, e,.ud..u.:tiolj winch laanv 
ancient tn-toriaii- liavc recoided, In the i-lalaiot Tium.l.el, .n the 
State of Virginia, and at Enni-killcn, in We-i,-rn Can;. .hi. there i-. 
abiLti'lalice ot tin- valuable pi'odaef ; ',m l",,r i- leaic' time no efl oit- 
verc made to obtain it ior Cue u,e of mankind, it was m.,;: til] ]sa7 
that opetatn:-!.- ivao c,.,]ii!.jj'.-i!i>-d b-, ;] R . distiJiaiio,. ,.f i he Id', nmeui at 
Euai-killeu. and i he opeiatois then s]>,.-edilv discovered II, at b-, 
-inking wells a similar material might ' be obtained in a 
fluid state. Large quantities of oil were thus procured. Two 
years later a well wa-= .sunk to the depth of seventy feet. 



r many week.-, 






considerable ouaniiues." Afore , 



' gallons per day ' 



loivevcr, thcod i.- Collect, d 
.■low the -uriace. 1)1 Si liu: 
depth ■■{ -lo fr . whiieoti.ef 



cases an ample =npplv of oil is obtained ;i 

wells are -link as koi a- I Jo t i . ',,, p. nit. deep. At iiiusiille, 

Peiiii-ylvauia. there are well- of the depth of Mm te L.-ually, v, hen 

the oil is reached, the pressure of the fas in the lissure f 

and it Hows for some time to the .-tufaoe. As soon aa 

Theqi' '"'" 



the gas in the lissure forces it up, 
How sj taneon.-h", and with" such force a- to defy every ethAn lei 






ri ' .. i ,', 

! Tit.isviik- si,, 



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CURRENT LITERATURE. 
Sutory mi Pcliiics. Dy T. E. Kcbbel, Ban 



"S^T 



of tin.- Omni (Mr. .1. 0. Shoiv 
abstracted til" public mor.ey-. I 
the a:', of making j;r.ld. aral v,- 




■ confirmation 
t Sibbo'ictl . 
a- Professor Max Miiller 

different view of 

*. ;i k— Orman. Dam>h. 01 Clam wither one -ays Schleswig or 

Schle=wig-HoUtehi or PU-vig „W Holsteuj. To them 
involving territory, dynasty. 



p,-dn y or iinpi.ruuit a- tin: original ear.-c ma\ have 



n] M.-.-am'-:- w.i- j'....iiY.|.vn.a - 1 . - > 1 .1 w.i- -. IlicieiU gi'O.a 
' ; blood of Austrian-. Pi n-ian:-. ami Dane-. Mr. Dice y 
once dispatched, in 



:V,, : , in •_•,... ,.,! t.-i -p:l!ing 



:-ed and c r.ul..'l !<■ souse 

, m . t „ t ],c i>.-,,„ /'•/ ./..•/■'-. 

.; t: cuptii'ii= 'i the ; ■■■'I'Il- 

ft to military affairs, bo has: 

little to tellVbi.il is not ahoa.h kin-wij. f... everybody i.- now 

v.iait,t.d Willi rliv' general oi.;h..c of .vvin-. ami accnur.e d, ta,.- 

■ In !■■ In- aim- ■: a- liilheiilt f- : a >.:< a-o-mbatnii: ami m-U-ubiiplilOils 

■..-- ■;..!...-. I... 'I ..a a- for " the gentlemen Of Eliglaml who -:• 



They are lively and 

whom the author im 

sufficiently 



i-er. at nil ri-ks. The e--ay a if ^-ntia'.ly homely ; hut they are 
" , kindly. plea.-ant. and orc-ioually charming. They aie 

good as on the day when Cod created it. but even her 

nee the title given to Ik i i:i- ::■: ■ ■ . in.: her heart .-eems young 
fresh as ever, and sngge-t- t" iie: I. ;irht and cheerful thoughts, 
blitht'lv of springtide -mi aial 
i.i ilnhcig. - xii.it-. ».:h n:a-. 



..I, :.]■;. ■ l.ii.l-, ot ;i.. i -a. '1;<.». 

to open others' hearts. 

li„ ,W,„s„. Ily Alex. H 



.,ll:ikr. 

w\ lii-cii announced. 

mice*, and on the length of time tli 

t,.g.etliei.h.i ...,„■■.. f tin in aia-i :.. = « I- .ui.-.eui, I it m:; ila .r Kograti-.:: 

t.. other c'.unc-. The pcrfoimance- »:il I,-. iepet;"ion- of the mo-t 

popular pieces of the season ; but from this there wi 



exception— Weber's 
opera, produced in 
years ago, bus not V 



Tl.i 



At a recent meeting of the council of tin- Musical So. icty of 
I.,.:-.dou it «.i- o-.-h-i :...;.-... i. rini.e tin.- meeting- ..< Kll'-w- 101 tb" 
di-CUSMOn of mu-n\d ■ '■ i- •-. tin? raeeimg- f..-r c!i"r;:! practice, and 

the al - il ..■!,*. ;-. ,■:■■!• '. It having iie.-l, -omul t ha: I ho.- inecMje* 

liiive failed to iT-liu-L- tl.eevp-ct.d beaeticiaU-ltcet- Tin ■■] eiM.-i.- 
of the -octet v lor the n-\: v...,-. w;:i be iim.:ed to fmn ti five orchestral 
concert.- and' two nvrbc-trni trials of new compositions. 

At tin- Mi-1-antiH-r i_-eiiei'al meet in? <<l the Phiiharnn tin- 
Society tii-- : -■!". ■....._• geiu>m. a weo. - ■'.. .■> d ■..„■.?;, -.- f.-i the en-uiac, 
vear— Me-r-. <J F. Amlec-on. \V. < i. (. u.-i..-. Mannaduke W". '•-<■::. 
A. Ferrari. aVcph M'Murclie. Joseph Calkin, and Charles Lucas. 

Of the few concerts of the past w eel. the only one of public 
,„iere,t wa- that <t Mr. \V. H. Hoh:K- ami Mr. O. \V. H miiiu.n I a! 
the Haiio\vi--.|i.ao- !(..oi, . , ,i, S :l '.i:ni.. \ lii-.rilinr; ia-i. Ml Holing. 
wence.lH-arcelv , .V. >-■ one Ot r.nr ia.-( > aiil.eut |.ian,-t- ae-l a com- 
p.ver of di-tiiica-iied talent. He played 
1!. L-liioven. '1'liaib. if. and ..ih.'i ina-t. I -. !■ 
i.ie<e- fn-iii In- sacn.l r:\y.:.i[:\. ' lU-k-sap: 
w, o- ,.ei'..n..,.l by Mr. an.i Mr- UV:-. M 
Mi W.ii:.,ee W.li, tt-.ih m.aii elTVri. M 



elf included ; and several 
' (a work of great merit), 
Florence De Couicy ; and 
Hammond distinguished 



vol. Edinburgh : Edmort 



)on»las.) The king of li>h is a valuable prr.per:y. afii.ia, 1 ..- 
-of einploytnent. -.:!■:- a aiy-n . a-n- -idjject foi bivestigati 



[las mortal frame i> -n-e-.i.tible. whetbei l.e i 
{TrLl-t-. with a fla^h and a splash, or like a new 
minded adult, with a dignified and determined i 
ccfiti-d old n.ii.ibi'a;.:. wuh a long pull and a sti 
deptba;" so that for at least four reasons 

: ,.,r. It -ecu- a pity, however, mat Mr. nu- 
■l!-.i;l.i i.ave wa-'.e.i hi- in..-, ami lc- |-:i|-r :u •[• alo .■: v. a* i. ; lie 
question of the CiTehv "! a.l -.'li:..'. a he had ii.i:li:ni' ] a'.- .daily i 



.voithy of 



it it, nnd the boatman's explanation 

': The n ,uU-,v-'l ana! 



COOf-ideieii ;:•■:'.-. i al'.y 
attaching to ;).< --.ba-.n i.a- 1-eu iiineh 
\|.eiai.ci.t.s ot Mr. Frank bin k! mi aad 



'.-..!, wiiii 



,Iorning 

improved by the 



..:<:r>\ iinm.Ce--.ny >■<•.!■■ ; -;■ :. t- < m -11 .ii.c ■■[ n.e young liuiitei : 
il is forced iiini strained. a:.d tin ...f-.ie uiiplea-aiitly Migfe-tive ot 

"-,„,}<„< -Cn-drus hi the Patiih; Hy the Rev. S. Hadd.a l'aike-. 

. (1vol. S.W. Partridge). W<.;.dertul a- wa- tbeejthibition at the 

nicai Ciaiden- of rhododeiidrons. and ra; 

tv.> lately at theCiystal PaSac.-. im-n. a-i 
have been the " Blooui'-liiiry Flower Sliuw." 
"thciO were plant- gi.,v.-n :;. aivn- by doim.- 
l.v the wive- and children of -tablemen, in : 



Ug l:0;a ti.e '.'.il'lVatiyu of ■ 
d himself in his impoverish 



ice the advantages of (he law of •* limited liability " have 
ion there i o:.e wi-.ieh :- ej.i'ci.il.;, 






of Cramer and Cu.p.i 
company. It i- ditli' ult 

will be ;pua'. aad l.eneliei. 




THE THEATRES. 


So few theatres are now oi»en that, in tl 
on the London board-, we aie compelled io fol 
province-, where we tind them, in companies, 
playhouse-. The membe.- of the Lyceum. i"i 
thr'ni-elve- for the ine-.-er.'. at Manchc-ter. whe 

Drciun." Mr. lirouphaiu ha- ].reviou.-ly tried 



SAILING-BARQB MATCH ON T 

A Nnvni. kind of sailing- n::iuh. tepre-entfl in 

the auspices of the I'rmce o| W.i!.. V.nlu U 

The iv.a-.ch wa- for r'.rv.-clas; top-ail b.age-. 
a-.d .ecud-ela-- >tii!uped-riggcd bai* ;. not C 
tu sail iioat Erith t- the i.'liapma!: l.:ght a:, i 
f..r top-ail ba:i:e — Fn^t- a cup. \;d ".■ \l*. i" 
ci.-w ; second, n £12 cup and Jio ;.-. : and. ihi 
. ; ..v ■ - Princeof U'.,: i ! 

Henry D ; ,dd. :ib:,;^-nm 



\:;;;':- 



U'al- Vac hi Civ.i.. ■. ;:.dc 



then tin ml- ami those of Mr. Dodd oi 
wluUt the Petrel. Sea Swallow, and the 
match. The race was a very exciting o 



I, Ne* Paiiy- 

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT BRADFIELD. IN' ESSEX. 

p'.:uv ..: Hi. i .::■.:■■. .;. ' ■=■ \. '■'. •inesJay week, by the overthrew of 

tltc np-tniui win,;: btart-d f i. It.awich at tbf'a p.ni ., on the Great 

Ej*:t;ii K.vdwyy. Tln.-tra.il la i-.ji in coiniect i>.m with the new hue 
of Kof.crd.iui aiL-iuj...;^ iiiM.^j.:, iroin H;ir\vn-li. When ;: .had pro- 
recded on ita iminit'y i. -wards Le.jid..-n a.= far :u \wtlun half .1 mile of 
the Bradticld station, the ene;iin- lun hed over and dashed down the 
Ptccp embankment, drap/ii'incr all the tiain after it. Tin' position ■•! 
the train is ehown in .. ur Kiie-ravin^. which 1-^ fr- -i:t a sketch by one of 
the pas-en_-eis. The ;tnker w:i., "killed on the spot, having been 
iTUihed by the engine. He lay with In? hand still irraspmg Ihe 
e driver, who also staved at Ins post, 
the greatest alarm, got out of the 
1 helped those who were injured ; and 
it. will Fonie tune hetore n n;i ; .T:cevtained that, although f ev..ral 
pei--.ii:. bad been cut, l.nio-d. and niiared. and some severely, onlv the 
-toker had been killed. An irapi. -t 1 . a ^ been or cut. 1 npon the bodv of 



1 he <,ni:\T pi- vmi:i: o\ T he hi: \M> i (;g\k 



Tin: terv.hlo ,;.= 



ai.in.ai. ..I up. ■:; the Grand Trunk Ibelwa ,- 
u.:> ahviL.lv been fji-nti. .ned in our pal', e 
I- Whr.GlUd. of Meiitieal. a couple of 
■-..hi.^-d in our Tn-rav.ii._r, of the bndee 
a- ~r Ililaiie, ]>levil Mountain, al. r 

N.:-.-:.:i lai-e pa.'ket, similar to tho-.e 
v.- V. .,:, left Hamburg about, the isth ,..f 

■ ■n-,-:. .1 ■ i" i .eriuaii-. N- .rw.-cann-., "and 
principally \\"e-r..ai_ Canada, thoae-h a 
an .Statej. Un thai inehl l li- ■ \" weie n a - 
...f ab..ut thirty of t!..> poorer class, by 
;. There must. th.er.Tore, have been 



the aUi;inem on ;!,<■ Montreal -ide. The 
length to the opeauiff .-f the drawbndeo, 



e ma! under the drawbr:d,-e. The rule i- the tins drawbndL'e D heei!d 
always be supposed to be open, and mar ti.c tra.n sh-uld tie reioiO 
come to a de-ad stand on approaching the bridec. and in>t attempt to 
proceed antil the pro] -or signal h.i? been given. At tifteen min-.itvn 
past one on I he Wednesday mcaann-. when the special tram arrived, 
the drawbridge was ..pen to permi': the pa.-.-.ac;e of a sie.Lmer which 

not pull Up at all, ... aw.t h-taiidniL,' T 1 1 ■ ■ e.,rabh.aied rule, and t i 1 ■ ■ display 



ufd have stopped 1 
icy, it is said, adn 



The position of the- 
of 1625 feet. Hence 
more extraordinary, 



rip..s.ibletOsh>p the f 



proved at the time 
1 on at a great pace, ; 



abyss thocarr with their living ft 

and tender, with the first live cars (baefeagc). 

passenger-cars piling down on top of them with 





:-TJ M; 01- Tl'L LI..A.-1L1. Al' LLL'XL 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEW; 



precipitated a distance c 



the attendance averape- 



■ ■:.■■[ hy ■ 



•i-hi.-.n of rln-u 

■ :ho r.vcv side. 
I being terriblv 

were only a year ov two old. 

■ wy hospital*, 



where the wounded wen- placed together. Many 

:-...n»r jn-<.].k> weir nboal the head and fare, reiideruip 
tV>urht V t .11 more hid.-m*. Only one :nni -n r.tt u -n wn- performed, 
at.d Hint en :i woman, who bun- the opci-atiou in a most heroic 
manner. Tin. knee i i had been badly ti nrtnred. and ampu- 
tation had to be performed, bid thr bmve womr.n applaud 
more di-liv-ied a: hev ]iii<Imiii)'- fmct than at her own mis- 
fortune, or the pain -lit iva- suffering. The Government 
police did »ood -civice in keeping the people from cr.>wdm{r 
roimd the shed?, and in peniiittiii;; the free accc-- (if fn-h ah :o the 



wounded, or at least all who cuuid bear 
Montreal, a special :r..m v..,- pivpaivd 
;hc cars containing beds for those who 
injured. The work of carrying up the wounded 

ery easy accompk-hment. Shmreis 



and stretchers of 






ii ■,.. :.r' I ].<i M-.nr ■ I 



cov.-'i-c i :n the 



e of them very seriously, 



FIXE A UTS. 



,- the Academy 
pr.-.vide lt.-'df with a ii-mv home in 
a irgeand lib ■ ■..■■■■.-■ 

pmpo-C: ultimately require. But. nlthoncrh 
i.i.-T inn-poses, we omitted to nr ' " 
Mitaarvcin-ideriitirin. We allude 



called upon 

ie.il- of li.irlinfrton Hou-e. take 
of wall -pace it m.'iv !>■;■ v.,ri.,u- 



.:l|. h;-t pic-i. 



the profession. 



YD MILITARY IXTElUti EXt 1 E. 









Tar i 






Will I,- held < 



The -hip- :"..i<ii:i:-.r :hr fk.ir.i.l F;. •— 'ia- F 1 • i .. I 1 :-:. ■ 
A not hri chancre ]-• about to be made in thr arm- of the ISiitish 
c.luiicl iMiy. P. p., ifniinniidiir.- at Colchester, has been 
Tin- i;-.\. it.ni. m h. di •ii!ii:i:c<l (■■ make a vuy .-. n-d.h 

'km ■> .■( lVyj.t. unlj -mull ilu.n im,. i.:- w :M iu iir.nn- tike the sea voyage 
On Tom-day week a iiiinieioi;- party i.f n.innh a:imd u: 

The f.'/t:-//, i.f yc-teiday week piddi-he- dc- patches received 
The Quern ha- siimined her intention to confer tin.- <U ■•■- 



THE PUBLIC WC 






Jcdgment of the hon 

Ti-af.ilgar-Hiiaic: a 

diploma from thedai 



■ctk-ii.' The diplom 



understand, why the public should 






Ti . Himalaya 



p;i!l.c.La:ly a very tint example <■• that rare master, Giorgi 
lOjretln r with an alto-nh. ■... ■-;. M . < :..■■ . .\:.-.- ■■■ < \~- ••■■a: v -p.-- 

,.,.,.- .. , ..pv.>: L L-;;a:d'>d:i V:in,'> - i. -; Supper." by M:.i- ■'<<■')-■.--■ 
Leonardo's "friend and scholar. The-e.hkewi-e. should assuredly ben 
accessible to the pnbhcthi:. thevai-at piv-nt. A nmivl; -ei.il f-e 
is manifested by the French in all matter*, of tin- kind. There i- 
v..,y of a vi- it. -x who may w;-h to 

I).-l rile- :'..:iMMi- - lieulicvcle. " "I- M. .-:-. k.n - C .\-y A Mi. 

. L.,.; .' -.I-.MI, lit. ..■ C. «■,;!.- . f -■ i.h t=1:. ..::■!. .Vil .'in. 

-,,■ ,:i r:.e ]:■..■ ■-■ ■ I-- Beaa\ Ait- at Puri-. And it i> the >ame thin 



students' com- 

petition- at P.'.ri- and a!-o at South Kcii-im.'ioii which mipht b. 
j:.iita'.-l at 'l'i:il'.d-.'.ir-- in.ne. Ti.- ouupetit.^c .h a aiii-.-. paa.: nu -. 
Miol.b. Ar.. for tin- •/■«>■</ i>-<* tit ]{■>.>„■ an.) other prizes pivn 
i,. tv i, ( -: wi.rks bv the -Ind-ni- of the Pari- eeole. and the 
dr.i-.vi:it.'--. de.-i^'li-. ic'. for -ch.-lar.-h.p- and r/.iiei reward- a: Smith 
Keii.-in t ;ior..air-ubniitu-dto the public, i 
,.. ;|,e public jonraaN. No! ->. bow.v.-l , 

(,i:ai- . I C bill the -ir.deul- mid tbc.i 

;.-.. p,-rf..rmances. It ia qn 
awards are made ; yet a h 
f-upply a very sti-..>^ .1,10,1. 



)i* inregaid to. Ti.da^ar- 
their jn.ij.-e- ever -e.- the compel i- 
>ptr that lliis should be so till the 
blicily aflcrwanl^ would certainly 



s behind the time. We feel cons 

app.-uiailcO of The p.i|H-r of **Oh-eiA- 



1 Academy in reply 



s and 1:- central situation, of pi ai 



hluary is only accessible to the students, ussocin 
the Academy. It ia only open on Mondays a 
two other days of the week, diuing certain moi 



line .-. 
Im'.iI:.. :;.\ 






.,:!.. ...Ill (.-..pl.i.ii W. I: l....kl.i.i(. A 1-'. nil 

lon.-I the II..11. H. 11. I 1. lU.:. I. V.C. : Ui|.-..(v 
(J.auil ia;.t-.ia P. A. A. ■J'niyiiani. l"1»- 



..!....■ I. 1. 0. ;„•!.. ...;.■.!■.. 













THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEAVS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



Gouneil. and the fi^'ii-l ol .Miltoii. , 



3ident of Cromwell' 



This friend of Hilton and Cromw 
the Restoration, found an a 
i Cromwell Ivid -en 



-onntry at 

which had hi..!\ l,,;,.,! t-ik. u from r h f Sj-.:m:.i fd • hv IVnn ati.l Vem.ble.. 

.-en: our. Willi '-■ ..-..' 

Sir William Stevenson 



land of -lamaica. 
in and Vcnables, 

cxpeditem iu the We-; Indie-. 



Colonel iuiii.n-J -I, inirs. wlm-e death i- men tinned in the second 
volume of the ■'Animal Kegi-rer." ih.it fur the year 1 7M<. as having 
taken plane at the [.-land . .1 Jamaiea at the patriarchal ago of ll)3~. 

i. Lionel l.'a!,.,ol .1, - having Keen the first child bora of 

Lneli-i i'.. ,i= .iff. 'i \m- }• „i taken , .os.-r -s.j, „, f the colony. Remg 
•!i'i- " .... ' may almo-t he railed the historic families 

' ! .1." .■■ ■ .. .' ■ v - a 1. .eg f.uiO inir r,ehe-t r( Ji-1 iin-l ] n i p. .rf.an t 

-""'■■ ■ •' U '! .... ^.v,-!,m,!| was of excellent hirth. lie wa* 



years, lie was appointed l.y the Duke of Newcastle 



olimwiiV OV EMINENT FKRm>Ns 






f~~$ cdu.-at.., ,u -r, a,!;,, I..:..;,.; Cambridge, 4rTcr^ 




■I) i ■> tin' i;:-i.f \'.-\ . Dr. i.'.j-i-v, ii- 












5 COLLEY GRATTAX. I>n. 






Ih.i-i :•> 



in-. : 

eht- ,.f 



ES— THE CLIFDEN CUP. 

ng nt Stamford this year clashed with the 
diminution was perceptible in the number of 

were nnmeo.u-ly ivpi-e;eif. d. the 
and Lord Westmoreland and Mr. 
istingui-hod circle. On both days 
-ive. and the dearth of rain hi'e.v 



of Staiuh.nl rare- i, r ■, |e,l. Her.- w- online onr-eh 

f-;w partieidai^ ve-peCtiiiL* the Clifden Cup, ,,f whirl) 



\n;.v 



3- 

on the -.-cond day. The affair 

■• Ihidtiuder. which, with Lord 
Mr. Bryant Wclland. had the 



w!i.-.-v death ha.- in-; ... ninvi. ■,-. .i- the -evii-i -.a o( Captain .li.hu t 
1 I 1 1 1 11 I t Ml 






THE LATE DR. NORMANDY. 

Wl. have enp'aved 'he portrait of the late Th . Normandy, kaig kimwn 
as a practieal cheiui-t ..[' reputation and an evpenmema! phil .-'pLc,- 
who e.jiitrj.i.ted In- share [<> :he [Top'—- of iu...hrru seienee. He was 
a Frenchman by birth, but had adopted England as bis home. 
Ungiiialiy ed'a'ated f..r a surgeon, he pa--ed the noee-.-ary examina- 
tions : but having, in the cour-e of hi- -Hide-, hern led into eheiuioal 
e\-[.er.inen;-. he found a gre. >\<-: attrae; ion in tlieir pur- nit. While mi 
occupied he named an intnuar.j fm-nd-l,;;. v,uh the late. Dr. Fro. with 
whom he was ,-nl piuitly a-oeiai- ..1 in many important chemical 



Curtain i.i In"!. 



t -T'mii.t leiru:.'. \- Hn-., : .|. -M.i;..r ■.. ;!.■■ A >" ■ ■ .. ,.■-■;■■ 

[-... L:r/>. in. I i.ii [-nv iuvii. •...■, n |. r-.tr. ,!.ii ... , \\ ... . '. J.-inui^ 



■Tl... I! ifi.n..,..k of Chem: 
i-try ; ' " Guide to the Al 



edition of Dr. TJre'i ■■ Dictionary of the Arts ar 
lb. Normandy had t.ik-n mi! [..items for many 

The most importae" .■' •'..-■. ;, ■- T-> -a.d to }»... lbs apparatus for the 
distillation e.i avian. ! f:-.-h n ,r- r fi -i -e., water. Tin* invention 
ha- proved ot the peat- -; va'ia. to Tr.-.n-nlantie -hippcr-. and assumed 
t! if.- po=iiion of a practical Dee..--ity for pa--i:ne- r-hip- and ocean -iroiiiL' 
iteamei-s. Of an eminently praeticd dis]-..-.-ir[ou of mind and a. 
singulav clearn..-- of perc..-]M i...n. T>v. Xonnamly was regarded w : th 
high confidence be th..-e with whom he became' :i.s-oei;tted. He di-:d 
on the lUth of lasi y] , v . in ihe tiftv-h airth vear <»f his age. 



UF,K MAJESl'V's iron FRIGATE ACHILLES. OFF 
FOLLY POINT, CHATHAM. 

our reader- with another -peeimeii of the iivn 
Intrraving give- a view of that tine w.ir- 
e largest and fasu-t ironclad that oar 



fleet of Great Britain. Our I 



l'.. -, P.. 



■ Gliathaiii. on the day hefore 



a[.ipeared when lying t 






[...wer ; and : 



Waterloo medal and clasps, 
daughter of Li en tenant -Gen 

LIEUTENANT-C 



I*; y 



-M. Lander ha.- recently ■ 



; inijiroven, ,.n--- ;■,,■.• made -ho will leah-,. fo.,., tifteeu t-. -ixte, 
knots win u a!! her weight.- will he on board. She onn be made iv.-u 

t'hatham D..ky..-.i, mi Me:.,h.-r. "lsi;j. and -he was launched 
Uef.en.ber I:,-;. The iollr.oving are the purtieulai'- of her dlmen-jo 
and capacity :— Length. :!snft. ; Lo.adt-h, 58^ f 



nght of water. 2-2 ft. ■ 



backing ; burden, (Ji)7'i ,,-'.i| i 
ooO oflicei-s and mei 



'Somerset" pattern); in- 



The Select Cuinmittoo of the House r 









jlncc <-■; rniKir:..! . 






8 Felorua will prove to be ri 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



FRUIT.— M. FrSmy has reported to ^tht- 



ItoQBJ 
ItoKKt 



:oyKtsthtch] K (. 



m.rvx run 1111: < / rnurs. 



Ove of the civic events of last week • 

Fishmongers. The anniversary was S 
aictnorative festival was held iu tlteir i 
Tue^rhiv. the Ulh iiol. — Tames Spicer 
chair. The whole of the lively of the 

£■. a 'Hadflelo 1 " M. P. ; "if," T. "1 t"n!.' 

honoured, the Piime Warden rose n 

of "the Fi-lnn. 'users' Company Eince' it] 

London. They were among the earlics 






Tut: Mi:i>rsA ■ 








noil their dignity and state, and mi n i~ti.-n.--l tu the support of tl 
•; fortunate brethren ; (=u that the fifth century of the compai 









IS.., ™* f ™' 



24. Q Kt takes Kt R tuke; 






Fishmongers' Company," 

Tli..- famous wt-doul. St. Oiri-topl-ev (of 1 
Opener, i- -j;enei':illv considered the mo.,i anci 

1 "" however, the auUieiit.ciiyoi 

origin ili-l I by :i lew ; 

I as tu riiu gemuh.-nc-so! i !:>■ paper on 

F. Holt has rceenlly rend tu the Arelnc- 

d.. : _'i' ai In.-fitiite ;m intc-re-ting nn ji.iry uyn the -ubj. ct. < entining 

lis remark.- to tie.- Consideration of tie- d:ite. and ingeniously showing 

hat the true date i~ not UJ:.i. but 1-KM : believing that on 

Wger'had trail-torn ,..,]. bv":ni e.i-y pi- .<---. .Mi i i'1'Xr^/i,, mto 



ble ;id.li:i..]i- h.iv.: in-t b.-e:: n'.ad..-. be purehn-o. to t he 

m. The first i-- the collecta-n oi remains found in the 

cavern at Abbeville. ,\ Hlh.1i is important in an aro'aeological and geolo- 

glcal point of vie. v. and wid throw Li.gh; Li|>> -d rhe ■ |u-_--t i-ati rai-ed by Sir 

Charles I .veil i;i hi.- '.voik on -The Anihin'.v .-f .Man.- lb-,-. wcIimv-.- 

the identical articles h-und in the eav-.. w.rh ■ ■-.: dime uuoii or addition, 

specimen.- of the cave it-elf, m v. hieh ihe stones and hone- 



seeoie.l ae']uisnion is a bron/.e 
palace, which wa- probably of ; 
is; considered to be Greek, is 
beautiful work. The third acquisition ,.- ihcE: 
■ King of Naples, comprising 



in good condition, 



Mereurv ; and a statue of -Mar-, one of the lliree ancient ciptf-tnaii 
statue- in the world. We hope ihc-c frea.-ui"- will .-.on be acccs- ibh' 
to the- public, since it cue -<:- sum-- di-appoint incut to iv.id«>f purchases 
in ihe I'ailia.incntnrv vote and n-t be enabled In -,-,, the treasure-; 
until some time ha- elapsed, arid the intere-t in the- subjects has 
i-oii-eon,ntlv abated. 

A nth initio- arc i.-wlv e-t ; mated a; .-oinhainph.-n. f. .,- ih.o < Wpurai ion 
■chase and pre-crve the old ca-ik- wall nf this famous 



t is urged that, whdo the Corporation arc building a 

he an act of Vandalism ;■■ :dW i... he de ; nvyul this Wall, 
Norman iurtiricanon of the town : we think so, too. 

The Metropolitan li-.ard ■ -f V\"- ■: k- a,e ir-tung into ho! water by 

i r l M 1 charged 

the Lon-cr-ro.id to E-e\-r. -ad— the relation of the biter to the cunmy 
nf Essex ha vii i- a nuzzhne' remoteness. Then ti ■ ir amnlenmation-. oi 
-.reefs lead to " high numbers " --;.r.mhlme-Ux-; ; .- m more -trc'V; 

Tie- r„-w \lore-ie. or Pend-h. ■!--.■. :it rari-isnea 



■ Cathedral of Notre 



' .' The 



, 1. ',,,„,•■ li-.-m lti.-hi.eit.llli!:-. H: l'.j 1' iiL-mimoiif-. I) hv ..-.j 



[.>.,... p, ... ..... |,v l -.a!v!i.-)n":v!e-i --,,-,-, -m,. --,-,. e,- m ( on-wall 

i an old " pooihotiFC ■' in the dmrchyaidof Lu.\ulyai 

ffiHHQl 



idQ] 


White to play, aud mate in 


The 


Lords Commissioners of her 3 









rv.;::;v 



her M.ijr.-,. y .-■ TiMMtry ii.ivc n-.tnt.- . 



i,c;. k-tter. l-'MTivate.hir. IL :. :!.-• :.-. .. r ■ ; .:'. :n M- .:.■« ' EAKa^t. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEW 



■ ; | j i ■. . ' ! . I ' I : \ \ 1 

* . llc ' ln % c ^'^'l-,, ■,..::,■,■ \\" I L.I. I \MM VkU'l A' r. 



JotoDlckcoion 



SJIr; 



!■'■',, ,n'F"''' 









S^SSS wl^tSt^oTSwrai ™d?i^^«nMA£n appH« 



£1000 SLSHfJgL £S^S-aS 



pRELOARS COCOANUT MATTING 



pTNNER. nESSERT,_ BREAKFAST, JEA, 

r.i.fi ii ml i ." l,.i.- in' v.--" .-b..n..A_ 



/GARDNER'S £2 2s. DINNER-SERVICES, 



CHANDELIERS in BRONZE andjJRM^OLU 



/-JSLER'S GLASS CHANDELIER WALL 



pASELIERS in Crystal, ^Glass^Ormouhi, 



MAPLE and CO.'S FIRST-CLASS 



rnHE vn 



« MEETING.— C. F, 



TTAIR JEWELLERY.— G. HOOPER, A 



AFORRER, HAIR JEWELLER to tie 
OCE10N. 2. Hnoovor-ptrcot. Bnnovor-soonro. 



T-VENT'S CHRONOMETERS, WATCHES 



WATCHES.— A. B. SAVORY and SONS, 
WAT, IIMVKTP^, II .m . I I':, 'Vrr.hlll _!,..,. !..„ ,.,.^...110 



/"IBSERVE !— MAPRIN, WEBB, and 



"lYICHOLSON^and^CO.^are Now SeUin 



00 A C\C\ WORTH BLACK SILKS, 

i 'I Mill -.:-•:.. roni illol iv. 



BOO PATTERNS POST-FIIEE. 

1 K AQA YARDS FOULARD 

1(J,1 l'J\ ' T-- I I 



1 AA PATTERNS POST-FREE of the NEW 

wj.'i ■' .. .. '-ii' ■■ •■ '■' ,1-n.ii- ' ' thoSeaKm. 

.NRHOLsU.N S, 1*1 i„M, SI. IWs-churcnyard, London. 

QQOfi YARDS PLAIN COLOURED 



20QA Yards Now CHECKED and STRIPED 



~T MAPLE anrt^CO/S FIRST-CLASS 



r.-.,...mi ^iruii.i.. . 1..- .■■■■■■■■■■■■* ■■■■■■- v ';;-' i . i 1 ,";! l, t ..- : „,",,: v,.,-. 






TM-ALVERN PROPRIETARY COLLEGE 





TSLE OF MAN.-HTLI.-S ROYAL Ho] IX. 



Tl/TONET.— Mr. W. F. MORRIS'S Offiees^are 



EASY-CHAIRS, SOFAS, and COUCHES, 
, „ , , , , ™S T i".l T 63oKS 



CA R P E T S— N,..wiiL,~iiindinl l' 



s to™aSt£\. ort^w. «™»-j% 



':'; ..'::..: 



ONDON CARPET WAJiEnOUSE 



];;. 



mo L A 1. 1 E S.-G R | IS II S S UE 

">', ; '!V, : ." '. .' , ..i: : ,> , "v::'A , :,.,r'° :! ' 



(^HUBBS^JATENT LOCKS^ 



LLSOPP'S PALE ALE.— The OCTOBER 



1 LI. 

tbTnnSt 






MENIER'S FRENCH CHOCOLATE defies 



TjESPATCH BOXES.— MAPPIN, WEBB, 



-TVRESSING-BAGS.— MAPPIN.^WEBB, 



r.' ...I .TV" : . 



QBSERVE I— MAPPIN, WEBB.^and i 



DRESSING CASES 



D< 



i Ton; . mi i.i i-. 



"A I" ESSES. HOWELL. JAMES, and CO. beg 



TVTEW FRENCH SILKS, at 2s. Gd. the yard. 






^n^hw^^bSnoir 



MOIRE ANTIQUES, 



QEW ELL ! 



T> ODRIGUES' DESPATCH. BOXES^jmd 

, ',11 Mil l" I .'-V Ii J 



pARTE DE VISITS PORTRAIT ALBUMS 

i i ' ^ ' ' i i ' fr 



CLOSE OF THE LONDON SEASON. 



T\T E W SILK S.— PATTERNS 



CANCER HOSPITAL. London and Brompton 



mpton. nnnii AGENTS — Cl.-nii-'K. Confectioners 



/I AYALL'S PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT 



O'St^SL ^Sn ?||Sj| L 4S 1 
i 



RECONNOITERER" GLA! 



/GOODWOOD RACE G 



T>HOTOGRAPHIC BATHS, TRAYS, 

f Bmi<i"i;i :,- .L't-V. 1 ,'." ,';■.'■' ' ' ~ r .-:'',",'. '.' 



WOBCESTERSHIKE^ SAUCI 



iATENT CORN FLOU 



NO CHARGE MADE for STAMPING 



A VISITING CABD-PLATE^NGRAJVED. 



mHE SUMMER SUN "•[•gyfJsJSSj 



TDEAUTIFUL H AIB — CHURCHER' 



ii i ,r u\ s 'BBttniX»,Mi4CO.,Lona«i. 



TT EEN'S GENUINE MUSTABI 

H n n™ " I'.'i'i ..• ': I 

III il'i m I' Ml I C nnoO, 



piESSE and LUBIN'S HUNGARY WATER 

t^enrn iTnyiVu^nbobJC) thnt orators, oIotr™ on^lcctiirors, ou tW» 

pvUEEN ELIZABETH'S ^ ^POMANDEB 

"SIS Sol., hm. boon m».lo. b, wmtaion o! tl. Lori. tag 



T) OBINSON'S PATENT GROATS is the most 



TVTARBLE . 1 1 1 M NEV ]'I Ei 'ES. -EVANS, 



fTIHOMAS'S PATENT SEWING-MACHINES 



El 



ni.nlVFI; -I 1\H- ami l:V-KETS f,,^ l|..- 



mAYLOR BROTHERS' MUSTARD 



/~10LMANS' PRIZE -MEDAL MUSTAED 

r 'V| , .'uX'.H, , ,',-...i t.,..viill,r.-,^h.n,Oti.i t'nlu ■! Kln.-l. Ir-. 
,1 1 J O.hunn ^1, CoinoTi^troct. London, 



TVTEW SILKS. — P.UTEKNS FREE. 



NEW SILKS. — PATTERNS FEES. 



IS" EW S k.w 



L K S. — PATTEENS FEEE, 



p LACE-ALPACAS and STRIPED LAWNS, 



OWITZERLAKD and the BHTNE.— j£&& 



T ADIES' WATERPROOF TWEED CLOAKS 
J j ] |, i i,iii< , ' rs^w«ndIr»Tam«i 



UANSFLECTUM CEINOLINES, 



• REIDENBACH'S WOOD VIOLET. 



» LEX. ROSS'S ''ACE-I' ™™;^',™,, 1 * 



piMPLE BEMOVER.-^AU^I)iaeMra x 



p EMMA, or JEWELLED JUPONS, 

"^E^l'UII.I'"! I 31. l',...:.',iiiL,. 



PUFFED HORSEHAIR JUPONS, 



QNDINA, or m WAV ED JUPONS, 



REMOVAL.— Messrs. ALEX and JONES 



T H E B °.'S»iL E .« T i.»«o.t^ 



JALVEO PBDE&— TENpEB_ „PEET.- 



OLMAN'S STAE 



. I, F.N FIELD PATENT STAI 



KIN D I S E A S E.— Vr. HAEVEY'; 

::: ' ■■! '- ■! i- '-I ...i-li i-.i .I'r.i.Ar,..! Mily by J. H. THOJIAl 



ALL afflicted with WEAK EYES may obtain 
lh , ,,.,1,, i. : . „.!,... I', w viiNrrt s rvr. wvTiiii. ii 



T-ilNNEFOED'S FLUID MAGNBSIAJe^an 



PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS P^mpJ 1 ? 

I 

SlACOrOIIA. by DLNNEFOIID ond CO., rhirmMoutlcnl Chembrta, 



p ENTLEMENS^ DRESS, ^ oi 



pOOTS FOR CBOQUET - raOMAS D 




^SB UAUSTIUj^ 







No. 1271. — vol. xlv. 



SATURDAY, JULY 30, 



With a Supplement, Fivepence 



THE SESSION OF 1864. 

A FAIR and complete review of a Parliamentary Session is not 
always feasible immediately upon its close. Party passions 
have not wholly subsided ; legislative blunders or benefits have 
not bail tune for development ; the mind is too much distracted 
by a multiplicity of details to eateb distinctly the forms and 
proportions of general effects. Criticism on a bygone Session 
can hardly be at once penetiat m.'. di-.-nminative. compre- 
hensive, and just, unle-s its point of survey be removed by some 
considerable distance of time from the subject of its observation 
aii'l treatment. (Jn the other band, however, public interest in 
the character and course of the Legislature is evaporated by 
the prorogation ; and none but quarterly reviews can be got 
to put forth— none but studious pohucians can be enticed to 



pr'"'cc'biiL r s 



rend — elaborate and exhaustive analyses 
of Parliament when euiee the members of tb 
persed and what is ji] .tly called "i lie dead sea.-e'ii "has commenced. 
Fully aware, therefore, that any review of the Session of 
Joilf made at the present moment must lack some of those 
qualities requisite fur the ultimate L'uidance of the reader's 
judgment, but Uc.-iri ii.lt to deal with the subject before his inte- 
rest in it is gone, we venture to sketch the most prominent 
features which it has exhibited, not as a substitute for, but 
merely as introductory to, the completer and more finished 
study winch, besides hciue; impi.-.-il'le just yet. would be out of 
place in these columns, 

The Session of 1$\'A can hardly he called an eventful one in 
comparison especially with many ,A its predecessors, nor, in 



regard to actual Ve-Mati-m. a fruitful 
tinuanee. has not added so largely : 






<■ dm. 



as it has made affect rather the social than tlie political con- 
dition of the people. It has done some! hine — nol altogether 
inefficient, we hope— towards restraining crime by remodelling, 
to some extent, the system of prison discipline. It 
has passed a measure for enabling the industrial classes to 
provide for the' immediate- wants of their families when the 
hands that sustained them have been stricken by death. It 

larger area of jmei.ile lab, m [*.* protecting shield. Without 




no 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON" NE\V£ 



great, 



cen-.mi ting ourselves to the soundness ul' the principle-" on which 
it lu.g framed its enactments in these several caaes, we gladly 
aridgrautnliy lvm.gTiise in them a disposition at. least to befriend 
the imbefriended and to make law the guardian of such as are 
least able to help themselves. The work done in this direction 
ie less showy than that which accomplishes si .iking political 
alterations, but it is often, in its result, more solid, more durable, 
more fully fraught with advantage to the nation. AH things 
being taken into account, we believe the unenfranchised poor 
have bad from Parliament during the Session of 18G4 a larger 



as barren of results. "The ■ 
as Thomas Carlylc once styled 

Financially also the Session 
can say but little, it is true, of 
The national outlay is still i 
Gl ad? tone's estimate, beyond the 
is Mill abundant room for increased economy in the 
ment of its establishments ; and although we may ne 
to get hack to tin; modeia'c expenditure of 1835, or 
1B52— for candid criticism is obliged to allow for the 
of population, the immense extensio 
consequently augmented claims upon 
■vision and protection— they who are best acquainted with th« 
several department* arc also nm-l fully convinced that we ar. 
spending far too much. lint, at any rare, I h is much may be place- 
to the credit. of the Session of this year— that it has sanctioned ; 
somewhat smaller outlay than that of last year, which wa-.ii--; 
considerably less than thai of h- predecessor. We have touehe 
the highest point of extravagance; wo are receding from it 
and, should the foreign policy on which the country seem 
intent be adopted, we may reasonably hope to diminish ou 
outgoings annually for several years to come. Meanwhile 
mider the auspieo of our brilliant Chancellor of the Kxchcnier 
the repeal or modification of taxes is being carried to a raos 
gratifying extent. The present Session has contributed it- fa'. 
quota to this beneficial work, and both the thriving and thi 
poorer classes have shared the advantage. This is no meai 
praise. The House of Common. — -needeel fill of many thin.' 
which the majority of its constituents believe that it migh 
ba\e attempted, if not effected — has used to good purpose it; 
"power of the purse;" and if it have not surprised publi 
Of cetaiion by it.- financial acLm vemenrs, it lias a' least earnet 
for itself the right to be considered well on in the path o 
improvement. 






It is not, however, for its social or its fin; 
that the Session of 1S64 will he hereafter i 
political legislation, in the technical sense of 
he set down as nil. But it will be mcmorabl 
in which it has exercised the higher function 
that, namely, of impressing its own spirit upor 
colonial policy of the United Kingdom. In tl 
done service beyond any that, in late times, 1 
"We have no desire to overlook the merits of 
"We fully admit the influence exerted by the 
events. Nevertheless, it will be set down to tl 
Parliament that in 18C+, amid many provocate 
and in spite of earnest sympathies with a w( 
people, it showed almost -unlimited forbearance a 
was silent as long as silence was demanded, 
liberty to those who negotiated in the nam 
judged their errors leniently. 
indeed, it had done much 
maintenance of peace. And it did all this in a tone and sj 
which proclaimed, " We must have no more of this. The sys 
of our diplomacy, as far. al least, as European interest? 
concerned, is as dangerous as it is antiquated. We n 
ux eldle less in affairs that do not concern us. Wc must as 
tain our proper sphere of obligation as a people, and on 
ourselves to it. We owe a duty to ourselves—that is, a dut 
those who arc a constituent part of tin.- empire; we car 
justly overlook that duty for the sake of righting 
wronged in every part of the world." England, thro 
her Parliament, thus deliberately decided in IStit. 
decision is equivalent to a revolution. It is wt 

applied, n will put a new face upon our affairs. Rightly appl 
wc say, for it may be pushed to an irrational length. But 
mere fact that the Session of 1801 has given birth to a < 
tfptionof international duty in harmony with the fads 
temper of the age will be referred to in times to come a; 
disiindivc and t .ansceiuknt merit. That this has been d 
wit hunt nccf-sitating oven a change of Mini -try or an appea 
the electoral bodies enhances the credit due to Parliament. 
a most delicate matter, and under circumstances of peon 
Hinptation, it has expressed th( 
country wisely and well. 

'The principle it has practically : 
enounced, is already beginning t< 
unexpected manner. Oiu- colonial | 
respond to it. Hie press as well as 
shades of political opiniou, takes 
which had of late prevailed, as 









that by husbanding our national resources, and by refusing to 
squander them upon unworthy and Quixotic enterprises, we 
shall wield them with all the more readiness and effect when 
occasion really calls for them — and that our influence will 
prove all the more decisive because it is not pugnaciously 
thrust into prominence in every quarrel that threatens the 
peace of nations. 

With these feelings predominant in our heart, we bid the 
Session of 1H"4 a rc.-pectlnl farewell. We looked forward to 
its approach without sanguine anticipations. We are sensible 
and shortcomings. But. on the whole, ii has 



the public will under serious and perplexing 
such as those through which it has conducted us. 

lone its faults for the sake of its virtues. Let it pass 

glit with the credit which is its due. 



FOREIGX A.XD COLOX1AL XEW8. 
FRANCE. 
Tl.< bmp-Toris still at Vichy, whore he has Wen visited by the 
;\'.i .: ..i ii.- Ivlgians. 

'I Ie Puipce-i" ha- decided that a monument -hall be erected at 
\nh\ in the i>mmor\ of M'lme.do r-evigim. ^ ie.. wa- the nr-L to make 

'!!:■■ < Department of Ardoche and 

'. r,\< ■■.!:.- li.tv..- U-. a cketed l.y a Luge majority. 

-- 1 - ~-i ia Paris, the Dei>a;.ie- 



1 C.aiiot. with • 



i-.vii.ho]-:-:..' 1 



rkmen woiv eiv_rag---d ni r.:-m-.e,ng a ladder v,-h>h thev 
.■■■■ la the repair o! ! lie J. .-m;-' .-band. Rue de Sevres. 
". : ;. :i a 'I ..■ Mr _- .- -Ii ■'.. iV i. ,1 
- ee Pohgiaic. who d...d di<-r:iv aft<_-r in the rcvpti.vi- 
.-tabli-hment, to which she was conveyed. She was 

i):e Miimtei of War i- published ill tlic Mom'/fi',- of 

lowed by an Imperial d>_-eree modifying the adiniui- 
vria. The report -ays the insurrection was coi-el 
■-•a'l-r.i. but ---Till ,ne,n- by an miformde-1 hope of -ur- 

. '. '■ ; ' tl i i ll , h i f ! pnee,-,. 

■" ■ : -'■■aM-.ie-h'luy ..f the General- enimn:! ding 

c^.iiet the native.- establish,, d b.y u 1 ;:,"■ 



■as 



ITALY. 

! sitting of the Chamber of Depinies. yesterday week, the 
of the Interior read a Royal decree pioroguing the t>es-ion tor 

:ited that Prince Humbert . eldest son of the King, will pay a 

Im I i 1 in Mm Inu the Minister of Public Works, has 

d ile hi Minuora started from Xnole- on Monday oa leave of 



i has returned to Caprera. 
DENMARK AND 



itlni-tx-'. dm t.e' wlmdi S, :.:■ -u .- - ,! Jb. ;.[,■:.■■ are- ;<;> be e>OCilp!c.l bv 
'> i . ...:-■:■■- .. ..--; C:\y concluded. 

Ih n \< i: Pa-muck had a:i an i.-tio? of the K ui.-ror of Austria, at. 
■■■■■■ !.■■■ ■ Vi ■■ - -..o ;.■:.!■.. -,.•*;, ;.:■.;, nav up to Au-tria 
he whol, ,.f 1,,-r !...:<-.*' :!:■• war e\oen-i-- ■■-.: e -n i.tiou that l'ra~-ia 
jc.dli \»t-d ton.[ ay her-elf by u rcipy.u^ ^W ,vig and olleetnig die 

'Hieic was recently, a- stated in our h-t Number, a collision 
Ktwecn some Pi --::>}■. an i H.ir.overiau tn:..p- at l'lend-hni-_', tlie 
-Hie-s ■ r. the Kider. The I'ra.^iuns did not hesitate what eoa *- to 
. b. Pi a, .■ I..'-: ■ ■ in .,:■ -. ;;.,. Cvam.ni ie . -:■)-< 'Im- f. i:.fo::a- I 
l,e C. i,i:,.-,i..!er-ia-( bief of the Federal troop- in ][..:-•.-!:. that In- In I 
' Rcud-huig. General Ilakc 



u,-. .t ma-teroi Hend-btug. Oeiieoll 
four companies at his disposal, he 



iiy adopted a 
n- j'-i-ciblc weapatiou of Reudihuig by the Prussian 

nee. The Prussian Govenitnerit have doubled the 

S h!.'-uaj landowners has taken place at Kiel, to 
-s to the civil authorities of Schleswig re^n^tiug 
:>■.. id :.. pi, iced, until t!i.- d.-. i^ion of the succession 
- ■■■i';t :'oeernment of An-tria and Prussia. 

. Kiugoii the( \ -t.n ',:■.-., I,.;; b-eil -ovler 



dtbate in the i , o].enh.agen House of O 

wee!; I he bit. Pivm.' i. J--d.,.p Monrad, sjiokc. He favomx'd 'the id--.i 

of llu- Dane- becoming oilL and parcel of the I lei.uaaie Cjufe-leralioa. 



TURKEY. 

Weleani from (', u-lantiu. .pie that the Porte has closed all the 

Protestant missionary establishments ;■.:.,! ,_-veii an-e~t_d several 

prote-ti.il aeainst by the firiii-U and Amenean Mini-:.-..!--, .e- th'e iJUi'le 



RICA. 



federnte forces 1 

inimcuse rjiaintities of plunder, 

had riaehedapos.iuuniiiidwnvbe'.we'M I iaifiinoiv -,:,.; \Va-iiin,'t in, and 
were i Inealei.mg hot 1, jo^us. A u emrag. m.aa ;..,,;.- place with a stnmg 

hitter was di ft ti 1 and f u 1 t in u I din i i ^ 1 t i , 

bridges on the railroad eoiin...-el in^ ihat (own wiib \\"a-hm-j:t'-ni Were 
destroyed, the telegraph-wires cut, and two trams eapi ae..l, ■ .ie- ■ e 
whieh contained a -,-iu-ral ollieer an. I hi-: Siajt. Haviii;,' a[.pro.ielie I 

h'iiii-iboiill.w;;idn] 1 :luiadetheil-a|.p.-ri]ai[e''inl!!eaortii.'ni environ- of 
Wa-hin^'lou. Adeln..u:-iratiori «a- ma-le aea'm-t oiie.-f (he on! Ivine-; 
forts. Put OU the Mih in-l. the in\adm - f .eee- \v|: lnliv.v f r. >m before 
Wie-liiiigtonainl rec:-i ->ed I lie I'ol mnae, ,■ ■.rrvin:.' wn Ii iteiioriuoiis ,-t.oo-sj 
;u,d a. large number of liors^s. tsneh. br...ai\ ;..ld. ao.- LJi-evetit - ■.vliicliMuk 
J'lace in Mmylaad b..'twi'<-n the I'tli ano I Im m-t. 1'ile Pe t-ral-. who. 

General Grant's army 
at Edward's Ferry, in . 
The Governor of Penns 1 



( ine of the i. 

'.'ol.Uai.. rates. 



.VI <un.ed Co have ;,]-... eiuSr.'d the futuiiiae 



e.!.-\!'- ■' :■■ ■■!■..- ■ -■ ie ,'' i ■:',.-■;. 

semce, and rather lepivaeiies the Pima lelphaei; 
alacrity in iv-p.jn. hug to his first call. 



■itV 111 le-pOlldlllg t' 

of the Xav York I. 
Philadelphia, which i 






capanvd by the 



■ tir-c 41.e--ti.n1 a-ked 



ill l Ii r- aircclii.ii el lh< IT].!.'...'. :in! wli-!. ":. :■ ■■ .■.:■.,. I ■ is , ..a i.'.'...,l 
tli- I'll. lei' nnirueil they -.ml tr- en. lee ,■..,. aiirmne unely. an 1 >v.,nl..l )>.■ 



,7, r .' ,'!,',,, ' rv,,' 






Thi:- conv-poiidcm note- die ignilic 1 ; i'aei. thai .1. I ug ■ mirnl:ier of 
the invaders wlil >!.e j l-.ad.-f- tlu-tn.-. be-, and knew not only the 

twenty-live men 1„ :. .„.-.,. ,-. :■• . ■ - : : l.-e.a.. ni M u , t. -,.\ e'lC.ilry. .ail 1,; 
l.al.nae l,< [..oi.-nic- I. :;,.- .-, i M u .!.:■, :. \l., i-rCiliiMV ■ ■.wn : v. -r ( i- e. I'r.e;, 

hi.ly fi-i. n.b, Ii a) -■■ 1 ,.: I.. .- :- 1 .,,--1,, ■. -j :..■ ;-,..,- .,,', s ,„ M 



e M ■ ■:: mi v ],riM-iit. .: a ■. .:. 

The Times New York 

amoug the people of that city r 

iotuvat's. .Stiitc) w;th reg.ird 

Penueylvaiiia 




1 stated tbat the P.-deial General Shmm m 
ti-tou .- army aci.i--. the Chat'.ahjoche River, 
■tht of the defences of Atlanta. 
tiie f-/|..uing p;oel.o:iuioii uf ),U policy on 
-im, of t! , Union :- 



"'uiian, T\"X pi'.,.,' [" 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 






awards of 160 female 



! the transport-steamer Klcotrie 
. carrying a valuable cargo of 
'rkans. &vond Tcdcial gun- 



1 ■ ■_ "U'.i-i, : go- Secretary of tile >h,vy. Mr. 

ch to Captain Win-low of the Hear'-aige, 
■ C-mm ■!..;,.'. and ilocs * ' 




INDIA, CHINA, AND JAPAN. 

s'idncv Cotton has been c.-li'-.-oii sueecs-or to Sir Hugh R^o. 

'-rom Sbnnjjh^ state- that Major Gordon's force 

ah>] S,r Frederick HriKv i-- returning h-n..'. 



tclegiaia from Si. a; : .'!.:ii 



beendi: 

From Japan it is stated that 
quarters for the British troops 



: Ibchcrteot Al.o.k :,.,.d„ 



COUNTRY NEWS. 

Tl e fV.i-mLri- n-.= !ono of the •' national " O'Connell monument 



The T 

it- i i rti.il into a a 

The twelve convicts who broke out of Portland : 




je new Exchang 

Ln.t week throe ves.-e:.- belonging to the Norwegian 11:117 

tmmaDdcd by C01n11.Ki.1rc kroen .<. inumc c.( nrrirlv tl.. ■■■ ■■.iir.aprc. 
canmandca by Captain rjjortb. * 

At tbe Lowes Assizes, ye- i onlay week, there was a trial 




SPORTS OF THE MONTH. 

Tiik potts Gray ami ,T. K Readc must have had a prophetic view 
of yjK.litir.tr in their "mind's eye" when the one wrote — 

FairliLuphs Die !„,„■„, llTll ] K ,f t the zephyr blows, 
V, '■ ■■ ; r. :.. ! .hi.L- -. . ■■ i)„' i/auv realm, 
Youth at the [row. ami Picture nt the helm ; 
while the other brought a regatta vividly before us :— 



>■■ le.allla]. V . o ih, ■,",-. i;i|:!it mer.il J 



Hu>maihe1 or an id.-t ■ he t|..r.d h, aura- ,..t r) R . famed (_\,vent Garde-i, 

attract- ihe attention of rl.. ,owho-e weati, ai* enable ih-m 1 
the dime and <-.pp,-es-:ive arm, .-phere of Lond 
Mlonrof thefctnlThamc- for the balmy and fresh 

the dark Line sea." Happy, then, h= the Ti1a.11 

lorn her'hon hoard a friend'-, and who <■;,<, 

ody ami relaxation of nnml in the calm 

Now. then, may ihe yachtsmen enjoy 






limning v< m 
thr tl:. -r\ of 

Carn.d mi oli 



There 11 

liana ly. ah.\ 



,' disturbing the ; 



■ constantly happenim 






gate, or walking in rough. 



lon.l yom- gui 
r 1 I r 1 

lead, d V>V:ipo!l 

vt.ulJi.-. and eh 



within ilie reach of 1 



called away, or 
inexperienced 



.\.\rrn.\M. ./'///,■//>. 



Hi the tuihiov hav: the luxury of racim- principally for their 
.ey at Goodwood, which only add.-, ii.'m.i tu it* hrst. day's 
ilthafl to its second, and -r.Pd-t.. j.v.-try nearly on its Ben thick 



prestige, the meeting, 



. off. cleverly. Peopl 



trip :•• f. r. ign j arts. To r 
Gr-inhithe 01 Gravesend :.._ ____ 
craft ; for Woolwich and Greenwich a 
and the chance? are ten to one that ir 
wili be fouled by a collier or run down 
ricd away Ivy "a merchantman or vo 
There is another a " 



1 far ] 



nend 

their respective 



Queen Bertha i 

ami on this ecen-ion she received a -tone from Vivid, whom she then 
leal by .1 head. Three voiy rmvk-rare on..- were -addled ;.-: .in L Blair 
Athol. or rather against each other, to save their .-fake in the: 






a railway conveyance al 
steam-boats are constant 
110 difficulty in reaching t 
of getting on board. 

Once on deck, how c 
much choked up as it 
feel you have breathin 

bowsprit ready f 



, your bowsprit car- 
: in by a billyboy, 
■ned places, which 
. better and more 
9 metropolis ; and, 

vrford .Brid'-o. ' 

t you may be ( 



' dnnn..- I he day. and the 



haul ■ 



1! You 



hoi-ling, followed 

the throat and peak halliards w L -ll up. block 
mainsail! 1 1 ti il 



to" block! haul 

and jib ! see them well purchased up, tl: 

si... 1. ( nt the mainsail ' haul in jib-lieet : " — the latter on the contrary 

pi<.'b;d h t l 1 I 1 In "beating- 

u\> " great care unt-t be lalaai, 1 

may always !«■ kept rpiite full. In 
'" e that every attention is 
isafl is hauled amidships, 
is put graduaUy doivn. When the vessel 
Let fly the jibsheet" will be the order; if 
rard tack, the port foresheet must be hauled 
plu-a=eologv is called backing the 
to fill on the other tack the weather 
fore-ln.it mn-t he ca-r on, the he and iib ^h-ei hauled in, and the 
n^oi.-ad trimmed. In the ■■v..a:: of a stalden sonall coming on, the 

-skipper" in t keep 1 11 ill w 11 fun — w.. t , ( L 11 

the be- 1 rip for a smal! \v---i !- tha.t. r.- the .1 1 ; !: |,. . hev. sh.O' maj 

have eood way on ; he mn-t hilt into the wind a- soon as it begins; 

ni.d if she dr.es not right at on, 

Ii i\,a\ fad, the maiij-heet lau-r h.-c;!-'. off. and a hand must be sent 

i" stand \>\ the fore and jib ball ai Is, woa n. il the --ale i: a ■■ 

-h. id..! be lellewed bv the e.i.h.r. "Lioien foresail ! In jib!" 

■■■■■■:■■■■ ■■'■ > ■■ 1 ■:■ ;.: o.. ■■;', :... ■...,.. ,...i i„, ,;....:■ ,■.,[ ,.!„,;.;■ 
who agree with Proctor — 



gratified to their heart's content. If their 
to London, excellent boate may be hired— by the 

. or year— at a variety of builders' on the b.mks 
ed the "silver Thames. ■' H : ,lf. decker-, skiffs. 
and randans may be had, 



lev,.]- 01 nqil, 

iii tins tiidy en 
a eoahb;ni"'e or 
ncoiimtjid .1 e 



;, funnies, pau- and ten oared boats, ai 
wiiliont a ciew. at a fair price. The 
few years. Can boast of a -mall tl-;d!a 
itics may enjoy himself for a few hoi 
enjoyable month without any risk of 
*"-- Bailing in -*— 









yachting 1 

fonvard to with greater dehght by t 
glorious month of August, T ' " 
season, for on the morning of 
il,,- grou-e, and on the Vth lj,--uliti-.~ c 
game. Although the ' 






■llent ones ; and on 

mem many 01 whom aie eonnecte..! with the manufactories 
district, give up their ee./upation for a ^^y on i],..- heather. Spinning 
Jennie- are set ;i-ide toi sh.>l belts, fiiclvaie-- f-.i h.ivliiig-pi.:ees. cotto: 
plant- for pointer--, machinery f")' the moos-.-, aiid. in-lead of vrateliiti;. 
the rise and fall of the iron and cotton market, the sport-ma.' 
devotes his attention soh.h o> tlie lise of the coveted bird. 

Groiise-.-hootmg I- to lb,- lover of the tr;;.'aer what foxhaiuiug i- |r 
the Nimrod, salmondi-hfie o - ; he follower of old lzaak Walton, anc 
d,, ) ■alk'ne to the ll i el. lander Notl ling can 
l.leasuialde than a ramble over the moors, 
barrelled gun, accompanied by steady, stanch, 
with fine noses and good legs and feet, ana attended by 
■ gillie with nuiinumiion. a second gen, and a slight luncheon, 



ie more exciting and 
Taed with a double- 
good working dogs, 



aiJ 



especially in the month of October. 

season, during a hot Aneii-t and >\ plc-ml^r. 

near the sportsman, and are easily killed. N 

time. v,hen the bud-. Wang ■tjongei. sviftc! en the wing, and wilder. 

are more ,b flicult to bag. 

With re-pcet to dog-, mu, h mr-t depend np.-.n eircnni-t.anc:-— the 
nature and the quantity ,..| wmk re'piired of them, f 
wvalher, aiid ihe comliiii.n of l.he ground. For exan 
they are of the right hived, ma.', be worked nearly doul 
of day.- that pointers can be. for they are much more hardy, 
likely to become foot-ore. and are" not ailecled by the cold 
weather. On very hoi. dry flays, punters have the advan- 
tage on tbe bills. Not so on the nioors, with burns and 
springs at hand. If money is no object, wc would venture 
mixture of pointers, and setters, working them 
above related. With regard" to the 

, and the stietiLftli ami 
oncrey of ihe sport.-inan. It 1 here be a scarcity of ,: "'- ■ 
to disturb tin. in before b-edmg in the morning ; 
nine hours ought to sati-fy tin: keene-t "gunner," we recommend 
Iroin I en ./clock in ihe moimne to :-ix or seven in i he evening. As a 
matter of eonr-e. the al ove :ugg,.sti...n only applies to the month. <.f 
Aiipn.-t and f-'.. ptemher. for whui the autumnal 

\MaiLei' gioute are to very wild that not only 



him. Longdown, brotl 
lencss iu his whining ii 
not show and Lord Vir 
; and.Canezon ran a ba 



Wednesday wa- p!..;i--ant.ly 1 
and Princess of Wales to the 
ii ela y." celebrated their advent 



BLickdown, showed a 
r tbe Lavant, for which 
800-gmnea St. Leger— 

and Colonel Towneley 

en.'-'mi.er his making. 

rked by tlie first visit of the Prince 

our-e, and Fonlham. " the Sussex 

O his county 1.jv winning the three 
first race- (-tl the ad, one 01 them on Knight of' ,S:i.v,v.l..;i, who wai 
wailed w.tii to the la-t stride at Glcialu.-k's shoulder. Alder^fc 
1, ii].p.:a:v.l in the Gla-g. w colour . on A-ch,ttn for the iir-t time --iu?o 
their I 'ei . v dilh.r. la'e. Ih: w,,- ]«-,c-n a -i...,- I -.ad bv Idler, and then 
lauded a rich stake tor the m.blc Far! c Si t...r to The Drakee Ely 
did not oppose Young Rapid in ihe Go, ■ h.vood Derby, ami flu 
'Ihaleslris .pic-tio,, \ra, -i at re t by !!.■■ m.o.- be -z onlv'a. bad third 
in the .Stake-, which Mr. T. Parr won ■ '■ sell ,' ■:>:■■ .ugh .e/h hi, !i!.-ndiu. 
IGrnig wa- again in hi- lav. nf.:-.- ,-.e, 1. I , ',..,■ : j. ■ h.n - 1 ■-■ , 1 ::,',.■--, 

only 1 .;at a head b\ ( i-avg.r. but two lengths i " 
who carried i> lb. extra. The P - - 



;■ Good^o, d Gup Ii r been v 



t since Besgar- 

'Jhe subseripiir.n f.-.r the widovr and t-si children of Law-on, Mr. 
Ulcnkiron'-.- late siud-pvoorn. reaches, whh ihe Duke of St. Alb.vis' 
iluu. nearly £:b".i> and it is h-p-l that., it will he considerably 
augmented at G,.,:dwood. The poor i- !l,,vv wa- iitlenij'ting to tie up 
a vi iv tinml bo • ,!■ n. ■ :e b.-l...-g :■..: :■> .(.-.,.., v , :..-a -a, ... ■■■:• I 
round and -truck him wirh G:th her h.nd legs ,-, ;i t ] ;e -tomacli so 
r-l1t1v7.lv that he died on the iollewui.. ,; ; ,y. Tir: latest addition tj 
ihi- -ind are Whim.-ical (d L :u of F.niia.-tic . v.e !) a lillv bv Chant .dc r, 
and Tie Mermaid td.on of V.'a.terv,:.. I a -si I p. iphtii) w,:h a e .It by 



sleiikiron h< pes. Willi luck. 



nmre than twice as many in L-ali,. 
adv out of the forty-two yearlings 

v.-'.-y capital peiveniagc. Mr. 



, al percentage, 
four foals, have been named " 'Tar ab.1.11," "The Will Wiad. 
' Corybantic " 



hard 10 beat >"..t!iia.-ka. ■ ' v 1- ; and ..,„ |, 

A-i t..n-i:n.-er-Lvn- ■!>, wi.ng,,: lb:;, n. ■!■ : - and Ip.vvlcy 

Ceil Id make no head \\lec a.-v-.-r agailgt IT. Tie- lla:r.]„h. 

the Surrey Eleven ea-ily by &i nm= : bat "The 0:;i 
terrible v.. nge.'.uoe on Sussex by 54 



it. T!i-- Ma:un.-!hre Fonrtoen beat 



i innings, Julius Cajsar 
the part of Sussex, James 

wickets. Mor.lock 




NT.W AUhllni'-'l.S. AT WYITDllh hhTiCTED F0H THE 
SALTEHS 1 COMPANY. 

TilF rebuilding of the almshouses of the civic companies in the 
environs of the metropolis instead 01 ih ■ .len-e!y-cr,.wded Gity. as 



true that we miss many a ipuiin; eld building in a quiet City nook 
and on the margin , a the great tl ,vi, : but the vahte of property m 
the-e lr.ealitics ha- inee-a- .1 io -itch an e\t.-ni a- to render i he f. m.iv.J 
1 .roln able i.0 the fund- o! ihe com). an V. !.■■■ a-- ■;• Id im.. ■,.- ih- bv. . an 1 

..ondort- of the j I alei-oe. ■ 1 ■ I ■ ■ . The wealthy C :ny-'V >A Salter-' — 

one Of the twelve ..„..„ coir.pa.iie~ ha ju-t followed the go^l 







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the principal portion resting 
planned 

MonkweU-strect. and almsmen from Salters' 
architect is Mr. John Collier, of Tutney; and the 
of Sbeffortl, Bedtei-.l-lure. Tli-. gr. minis are tast 

the recreriu. m -■[ ;]„■ rdmMolk; and ihe judgment di-playvd by tin: 
company in providing "-■" many happy p"ia- and li;i.v«_:ii^ "*f.*r cull of 

— ll — -u as may become j r in advanced ape, or their widows, 

inourable to the worthy Sailors, wlm may hone-forth 
:■ ]..vii!L'-.:np with t lj' -Ti ) ■ -j ;■_■- of the Watford refuge, 
ine institution was lat.-ly nprm-d with some ceremony in the 
presence of the Ma-ter iMr. Alderman *.; ■> .1 ■< -n^ i . the Warden.;, ami 
Court of Assistant;, with a imputation from the livery of the 
rompai.v. and -..in,.' ..f ;L,.- iK-;.L'!:l"'i;niig gentry. 

meal, and the use and consumption ..f -alt fish in tin.- ancient Catholic 

King and the nobility 
--.iety; a" a "~ 

> "Kant 
fish. The Salters 

Sw^Lin'-lir.e. '■ A \.\'.\ of t :!:■-■.■ for hf'v people of the Company 
Salters, A.D. 1506," at their first hall in Bread-street, has " 
quoted. In their books is a less known curiosity— a receipt 



part of every 
the anr : — *■ ^ 

moua^tic e-tnblishmcnts, and of all : 



and M..inl:iy 



p with great spirit on Saturday 

makspcarc's House at Stratford- 

ited bya repiv-...ait.ative..t' 1 1 1 -..- 1 t himself, wearing 

the continue of hi- mominieiilr.il Im-t. ami grawlv bidding welcome to 
the numerous visitors who came to inspect the collection of 

Sliak-p..aie relic-. Outride t hi- building, in the wide space fronting 
the Haiuk-1 <-.n;he--:ra. the central portion of the nave and traiiv.-pt^ 
w-a- filled witli the -tall- of a fancy fair, kept by many of the most 

wiih remarkable :-vieee--. We pic-ent an liln-.-tv.ilioii of this plea-ant 

On the left-hand side of the tran-cpi. looking '..>waoU 

Catharine Hick.-m ■. 

Stirling, who 

1 spirit ; and 



■sterns Ma-ter of the instituti. >n and Mr. Cie-v, iek in Hepui 
Along the lira-, by the orcli>-.-n;i, wcic erected the r 

Ayliner, Miss Clara Thonsp.-,.n. Mi- 
. Miss bavin,. Mi- Morelli. Miss ; 
Hans Miss C. Willard. Mi- Sh>ndaii, I Mi-- Fanny and Mi- 1'alii 



show in Wombw..-11's ineuagerie. an 



, including a grand heraldic pmees- 
Kirhaol-oii's theatre', a wild-beast 

fortune-tailing gip.-ios, a company 

■ f Aunt Saliva Punch and .)<uW,, 



miscellaneous diversions, were e 
their kind. Mr. Buckstone took care of Aunt 
formauce of "Don Sobre Izquierdo, or Alfred 
Paul Bedford, Toole, and Company, 
specially laug' ' ' 




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MOXTGOLFIETl BALLOON 

AT CREMORNE GARDENS. 
We give an Illustration of the 
appearance of the huge "Hon 
golrier." i-.r heated-air, balloon, wit 
which M. Eugene Godanl ascended 
from Cremonic Gardens on the 
evening of Wednesday week. This 
balloon is an em. in ions stnietnre, 




descend towards 
throwing the 



1 desperately 

> the mouth of the fiery furnace. 
Godurd vociferated ihiouL'h 

trumpet. The 



.■ with e.\i.rni>nliij 



garden* 


There was little wind 


stirring, and her course appeared 
to be in the direction of Woolwich. 


Her appearance was peculiar, as 


colour, like the ordinary oil-skin 


balloons ; 








iiru! Ulidr 












ely descended nt Grcen- 




c presumed advantage 


of i.iain 






of the Tiwr.s special correspondent 
with the A tistro- Prussian army in 
Jk-nmark will explain the subject 



most uncivilised thing t 
a have done in Jutland 
ring up of the great i 



I Ka'ld'T-. '.. 



left they took 
['■'tbi'ul: :.Vi 



transport and 

i replace, without which 

it is impossible the locomotion can 

be worked. Suim- weeks ago Gene- 
ral F:dkon-tein told the director of 

the railway, which belongs, to the 



huge balloon r. die I rather than rose 
dens. Here it met n firm l-.frv p,.]e, 
us detaining ropes had been attached, and this pole 



HuC. if l hey 

destroy the line. Thereupon the 
director went to Copenhagen, 
stated the case to the Government, 
and strongly urged that the 



.■ a!o Tuly at 



might be used bvthe Prussians and saved from impending ruin. The 

G-viTiimciit. it f:,-r i., .■;,■:,,,: the rtrgiiniem- ..i the duvctor.\.n| ( .T...l that 
"" ereupou(.l-u- r:.l Ib'gi.'i-niiUin, ;m Olnc.T in ivh.,m 

jeatediy expressed "■ J 

in his tirrn, urged : 
restoring the machinery, r 
to us-.' the hue. finally carried his p„iut. and the Goccnniiem revoked 
its order. It is not ea^y to see. when the I'n.ir-ians were alrcad 
the Ltim Fiord and the Danes north of that barrier, of what g 





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sjn_-<lit-_' their opcrati 



former should have t 



rulway-traui. JV'haf a^ li m.iy. the i-;-r....n-iv„], :,-.d .-.ther 
ichinery were not .rent , the am. i -t.ee expired; tin..* Prussian 

i lake him by train to Yil.org." lie iv;u not so. but he 

' v,' ' - [■■ 'Mil V.. bn/alld wilh. .Ut dvl IV for the 

1 ■ " ■ 'mv it nut within ten davs or a f.elaight. 

L 'i.tr.-J was in- . n : >, He had {riven his word Unit he 
My the line it i!...-ie were iiut: trains ready to run at the end 
.. . , .1 ,m : . v\ h . i . i he w'uiild keep. Aii engineer ollieer 
I. v. i; l.i; -a bridge, a c-il y iron ,.n,- , a" a single span 
liwr Guden. I have not seen the bridge, tor the carriage- 
Vil.e.g to Hand, rs ran.- far north of Hie railway, but I 



The work of destruction has been 
all exp use of powder, for the bridge 
ire wont to build, with solidity and 



:ure and a perfect mil 



. f I).- ■.')..■■ J.,.!:::„i lvA c -; v, hi. h co-t. if L am rightly 

2(10,0(111 Jiaio h th.d. i . i.r upw : ti-.N ..f tJJ.OOO. It was a c 

to <lo merely < in ot revenge on the Danes 

machinery, which might ' 

of the (h.iinf.n papers, 1 under.- 1 ami, have allege 

were slraliaieal reasons for Hie destruction of the bridge; but 

that only poo,- uihvr pro-i ignorance of the facts of the 

f.-clly certain tn.T :!;■ - ■ i . - •■ i -.. ■'. •'.:>$=. the Liim Fiord and 
al tack tin in. li.,: ji;_m!i.-- •■' :■ .■ ... f. a. ;■. ■' -jir garrisons to the south 
of it. (.i'id 1 r .. ■ v ::;., ,-.■ ', ', I > r :~ eapil-le o! -neh unwonted 



; been replaced in a few days. Some 



■1 i.-w ,J.y.,. 

a!|......'.' t (luil 



, ih. v i,~. 
.1. linally, ■ 



up a few rails, which the railway 




..':. A -. i. I ..!;_■. ■. LL -I iiv. Mr;. ('. A. Oictwyn.l TuUot, of n, -or 










DEATHS. 












:TlieP 










s the 




























\\\< Ju.q.h V 






m.'".-i;'m!' i ! , 


•".',!';' 




W. 


ii'Viu.'i 
















'fiSii 


..i >r 




•■ Fil. 


mceHcTj-deM 


.rioour 


KnieM 


fthe 



CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK EXDENG AUGUST ( 




•.lt-lrslf5|?5lt5ir a |r B |t'-.l?' s l t-|i-|t- s |? 



THE WEATHER 



I III ! II E 



J: £ 



* IS 






f\ U;i and >:.■ ii -- ivi; ixw \. rifiNw. yxt.i al.m'u.vu \. 



-A^^Miir 







THE ILLUSTliA J.D U'NDON NEWS. 



LONDON: SATURDAY, JULY 30. 

TllR prorogation of Parliament, the lermimii ion of the soion 
.and the departure 1'roin town of all who are not compelled t 
remain in it, will now hand over the metropolis to its in 
provers. They will be left, in full possession of highways: an 
byways, and there will b 



rage i 

menace with penalties the sulky sluggards whose 
carts make it impossible to say when one ran get on Change ; no 
lawyers to storm from hansoms at the "block" that adds new 
delays to lheeour.se of law. The newspapers will no longer be 
enlivened by appeals to the Home Secretary, and the Aldermen 
will cease to be told, unfilially, that they are utterly useless as 
fathers of the City and had better delegate (heir functions to 
.sir Ilichrml Mayne. 

But, as we hope and expect to find, when the winter shall 
refill the town, thai much Lias been done; and as hopes and 
expectations are not unfrcpionl ly doomed to disappointment, 
it may be as well to leave on record a decided protest against 
the grievances to which we have so long been subjected. 
Protests are seldom of much use in themselves, for they are 
usually made by people in the unfortunate position of the 
gentleman to whom the great Lord EUenborough is said to 
have observed, in reply to an emphatic declaration, "Very 
well. Protest, and go home, and be hanged." But they serve 
us as useful standpoints. We shall know where to begin again 
with our indignation ; and though there is no need of 'nursing 
our wrath to keep it warm," like the lady in Bums'a poem, 
we shall not do amiss to preserve a register of the inflictions 



that in the twilight resembled the guillotine i 
of "The Dead Heart," and surrounded by sloe! 
defy a New Zealand warrior, arose in our chit 



police. If there 



lint 



flict, that was the place chosen for the new oo, in i",i .a. 
Let those who have tried in vain during the opera. s.?a;oa 
to hear the first act of "Faust" testify (,, the Eatal 
success of the barricades. Let those who have had bills 
to take up in the City, and have sought to comply with the 
polite invitation to call between two and four, and before 
three on Saturday, say how their credit has been jeopardied 
by Mr. Thwaites's blocks. We make no doubt that very good 

nobody has ever condescended to try to explain to a furious 
public that its snAVrin'js we're noei ssary. Bui we have, while 
detained in the neighbourhood of the odious structures, had 
ample time to note that the work seemed to be done in tlie 
most leisurely fashion, and that it was struck at the easiest 
hours. In France, relays of men would have been kept 

employed night and day rather than ha: bioneoi an I 

comfort of a great city -could be neeli".-'y '.:>. ■'■-..■ .{ with ; 
but things are differently managed here, and we can only 



sul mil. Nevertheless, 






ourselves, in the i 



e shall be in no m 
and block which 



present at the end of July. 
The Sewerage impediments 

another tyranny has been sot up, and this is one wireh. demand.* 

when will the Embankment be complete' Wo are afraid to 
think. But in the mean time there has been introduced into 
our crowded streets a new obstruction of the grimmest sort. 
Let anyone who wishes to comprehend it stand for hall: an 
hour, at any part of the day, before the office of t - J.-e.-n it ; 
or, still better, a little further east. and near M ,. r ulTs 
book-closet, better known as Ten. oh- Bar. Hi I tl ire see 
strings of huge, massy carts, driven by the most stolid. 
clowns, crawling slowly backward- and forw.ods, or motionless 
amid the traffic they have arrested. Some are full of earth 
and rubbish; some are empty. Against the obstruction 
thus caused, policemen rave and gesticulate in vain, 
vainly storms the man of business from his hansom 
cab, vainly gnashes his teeth the physician in his carriage, 
vainly launches his slang the omnibus cad, as vainly 
hurls his curse the surlier driver. Nothing can hurt 
those carts, nothing can move the -a-.a_:e, who rule them. 
These force their way amid lighter vehicles, iv-kb - of paint 
and of wheels : and when they eh.-" -■_- to halt for a wrangle or a 
discussion they do so, though ha!; a mJ ■ of pas-eugers are 
suddenly brought to a stands til 
of fierce comfort in the sight) t 
nothing agains! these ma. mines, and the brutal driver of the 
Juggernaut car- that has been tyrannising over all else now 

in vain. The Strand and Fleet-street are absolutely at the 
mercy of the Embankment carter. Thar he might be cuinpelled 
to come earlier and later, and that he might be forced to adopt 
routes, that Would not nineh hinder tlie trailie is of eoir.'se clear ; 
but who thinks of the public 1 And, were legislation or police- 
direction attempted, there would be the usual outcry about, 
common-law rights, and, as Mr. Tunch suggests, Magna i"'harta 
and the Vaccination Act. To this nuisance Londoners will lie 
hopelessly consigned for the rest of I he year, and in th" greatest, 
commercial city of the universe there is no one to interfere in 
the interest of hindered commerce. 

Happy are tho.se who can get away, and in deep shades or by 






I rouglaiins must glide as before ; audit will be a dreary thing 
if we are to come back /o the blocks ami struggles which disgrace; 
our capital. Should ii be so, the citizens of London will surely 
exert themselves for their liberation : and we, who quarter their 
arms, shall be prompt to aid in agitation against the shameful 
for condemnation. 



THE COURT. 

The Queen continues at ('-borne Hon.-;-, in the enjoyment ( 



l'rmecs beat.iu 
her lUajr t v. UCd 
1 \\ Ih ... 

Ilardmge. paid ; 



m has been in a state of siege and 1 
' improvements." The Metropolitan 
id away its huge piles and covered i 

They went to work with the zeal of 

ificatiuns, mostly surmounted by h 



.■ice- if 
Louis of 



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? ami Pfinci'.^ of \\ ;i]..-. k:'t Miivllwroiijli House yesterday 



Royal Highnesses ma 



ir uoyai a ;■■« ■ 
the eyot, where the 



On Yuone-.l.o, tl.. I'ii .in.! Pri.i"< -;kf:Fr.v:niorcf.irn.i.ilw.vvl 

llou.-e. on ;i YOU \., Ill-' I'lll-..- ..ml llilill. -- .f Jtj, h m ,„, [ ,i,, n: ,.. t |,.. 
!■:"■'>. 'Jl-'if ]■'<•>.'] Ih.L'l!!!..-.-..- IravviU'.l l.V -.1)0 SnUtll-We- kill R.I.I- 
way to tl..- I. lapbao. ,li,:„ la.n, wl,.av M, . j'| -, ivkms. genelal ii).oi.-o>r 

4,1 t|,! ' Rn-i.l.-ii :.i!il S\. ii ;],-('..;, .; [; ; ,ij w: < v . was in w.iitiv.r I0 i: 1 . .- C 

the I'm re and Prin.-. -s via (',-, .y,],,,,, Thn.-e riri.l^rs, an I Aran. lei. to 
CI. ithot or. where the Royal travellers aniv.-i. after ;p n.-.- ■. ■ --,!.' ■ 
jom-n.A t| : r< ngli a ihisrimn- di-lrtoi ..f e-untry. at two oVluck. At 

Oirl.-t.l- th- rrill... an.t J'l-IM.-.--. ull.. weiv aecompallle.l by the 
II. .11. Ml-. s.;, .,,,,,- ;il . . i ( ■;,],I.. 1 ||, Civy. voTe p.- vi v.-. 1 l>y '.lie Dnk.- ,i-.;,l 

<" H ■ ' ; '■ » :.'■■ I I |. ■ ■ 

a hug. cone. i.m- ef o.mp.mv. Tl,., Pnnc- .ni.l Prince-* weal t-> the 
lac u-if-,. a:-,ni! on '1 hnr-h.v ma! w ii ...- ...[ r |,., r....V f..r t In- Gu.Mw », 1 
Cup. le-Ur,]ay (Fri.l.iy] !)„,,- K-.y,] Hiu'l ie,-es took leave of the 
I'like an.l hue!....-: u! Pa.ljniun,!. , :il .l pn,cv..dui tu Usborne on a vUit 



Tlioir Roy.nl Tliirhin- 



the Duke and Duchess De. 



The Grand Luehess Mario, sister of tin; Emperor of Russia, 

linj: io-riv.,1 at rl.iralea-'sih.M r ,-,.,„ I:,! L .,nm on r...:te for Torquay. 

The Iinehe-s (Dowager) ..f Sutherland left Stafford House. 

The Duchess of Roxhurghe has loft the Clarendon Hotel for 
Floors Castle. 

The Marquis of Eowmont. left torn on Tuesday for Floors 
■Cwtle, near Kelso. 

The Marquis and Man -liione-- of Pn.irheda have left town for 
the scnson, ami will take ,> cn.i.- in the noble Maquis's yacht tiil th.-y Uke 

Louisa Marchioness of Waiorford has left Farrancc's Hotel 

The Marquis of Rii,|.,] and the La.lios Hervey left the family 

The Earl m>d fmiiitr-s ,,f Derby have left .St. James 3 -square 

Earl and (/.ainu-.-.- Sj .< n. -i left Sj.onoor House, St. James's, 

en Sat unlay last. f. : .r <_ ulihu.-j., H„li. N, , n h.uia.;...i,-t i :r..', for the season. 

Countess De Grey has left town for Studley Park, near Uipon, 

Enrl and Conn t o: s J.-rinyn have left town on a visit to Mr. 
Earl and Countess Ashbmnham and Lady Kathcrine 
Visoonntcss Joeelyn and the Hon. Misses Jocelyn left 

<":■!..,! J" I ■ i :_- ■ !!•■ ■ oi. '1 ,>.■■.!..;, , t..r Vr, -( I'.nk. La-itur. i-anv, ■■ 

The Vorv Rev. tin- IVan ,,f Westminster and Lady Augusta 
Stanley L It tl.. .icanery on 'J'h.in-.l ,y, on a vi-,i ;t, h. r Maje-ty it O-I^rne. 
Lady Ep--ni.n of T;:tt..n and the Hun. Ahss Egerton left town 

FASHIONABLE AND I'nLITK'AL ENTERTAINMENTS. 

Vii-counu--* Palmer-ton hail a n 
CfiUitjri..ls;v Livii.-..-. at which a larf<- ■:: 






CHURCH AND UXIVEItSTTIES. 

'Jl.of'. t, v.. mil, .n., f the Northern Province lia^ Iwen ad;.»nni 
The Right Rev. Ih.Samnol Cn.wlhcr. the newly c 



The Bishop of Ri 



)'i. -nin'iiig ( 



i Wednesday week, 



The new church of 



jst CONFERENOB. 






r. [orl cr-iil- hiut i..u ma.le (.. |S| ,-.,,, .. ., 

The Earl of Shaftesbury has wit 
W.^VjVi: 1 woim^'t.r'i.woiao a^iiLifitir ( 

1I...1 .uifi .■; JhethurJiof Li'i^Und ns it is i.ffi-i^ivi- to the Wcstoyans. "" 
__ The rii-st festival of the ( hunh (.i.eia' Association of North 







A Roya! dc-erec issued at Ma.lrid on Wed;iosd;iy app-ilntJ a 
The EMaT.s of Han. .vor wen- rh-ed on Thursday week by 

The Eiii]'Or..r .-[ Rnssia Mrrn.-.l. a' St. Peier-burg on tin'^^nd, 



The >v..>M.;..vrn-ni.eni ha.- nrd.-n .| us .-jjirfs of i he I h-|.ar: uient 
[ Commerce to open negotiations for a commercial treaty with Italy. 
The (Jr,vini..T of Pareelona. in Spain, is .eeupiod in f.. rinding 



sh..pkeopor at \ i.-hvlias aT.j.i'.'d as a d-_ T n to his establish- 
'■ 'ili..- "Ihrf-e Th.. .].■(.■!<■.,] Virtu..-. ' >] L-i -ti-.-n..-..! hy jmsh.lh.ii, ; n-jirc- 
i(/ Faith. Il...|r. iljj.J oh.irn;, . ,.-i ..,niu. ,i l.,y |..,r.raiL.s of the Em j.. ror. the 

funeral sendee to the nien.nry of King Loin's Buonaparte, 



i from Tunis represent t 



,-;:■. ■;l::. : ::i 






st'i.lt.K'-. '■'■'• l' 1 '" 



A liadcrs' congress is about to lie opened 

The frcshly-creoted <-npola crowiuu> llu: C. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



MEETING OF THE ROYAL 



AGEICULTURA 




Jtl 



i - ''' ' ' -sip 





THE ILLUSTRATED LONL-ON NEWS 



MEETING OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AT NEWCASTLE. 







THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



|.r.ite i" J Vino.' and IVine.^;. 
who ptenaut-Gcneral Knollys, 

.sir of Captain Grey, and Lin.' 



..'I; oi'l t'ni ill'' river until 

I...I. c! K"Yal Hiphlie-es i 

: audlio <_y.'t. where lli-- li 
I for th'j i«\\i- i-'jivr I p.L-it 
!v'St-.-i\-..rV>. tie.' I'mic : 



wriggling of the figure* in the ' 
their gambols by innihliii;' to 
intended to bring on at length t 
Kur<.pe, :uiil who was in tin' In 
for ii l».rj'."i which was suspicion 






. fit IVwoVk.-k. 



CIIVIICH AND UNIVERSITIES. 

TVC- nvoralioTiuf the Northern province ha., I.kjoi 






Paul. Wokingham. L.uili 



am, built by Mr, 
Bishop of Oxford. The 



ji;i; \yi>u:yax jikthmmst co\> niuxi-R 



a.-.-t/:iilik'<1 miu'C the debate on the 

■was a row about Lord rnlnier-ton'.s tf-eived hv the Dub: aad 

re-olutan for rescinding the vote at 1 Ifoi'ne. The 1'riacc 

1-,-j «_rt. .v.- ■ f |-'.hi>-.>Ti>.ii, wlii. h made a - t ! K . |m| lC ■,„,! ] ■ ■ i . - > ± ■-----= , 

Unbiilmed him in th.' regrets and alei.tv,.- ua ,. ,v -atl-fae; a.ei to 
Which was ahv.iv- U.-f-rc si apie-h with,,,] lYiuee,, went to the 

t x than fifty nicndicr- Could he pot „■ r ;„ : , f,-, r r hc Gvo.hvu.. 1 

I'hIiimt-1 .i' cm. 11% r.-].h"il llia.1 In.' -aw v V, -„ .; t o,,k leave of the 

he two hundred 'LI H.'ii what a fuss ainlj to O.^hjnie on a. visit 

make uhout Japan, because a few comp 

had been sent to Yokohama to prevent 

„,;,,,,,, n : iNiu:w, l ],. 1 lMI,n | head S < ftud Dlichceg De 

U'lore made tun, ,:ive a oiddeii nutiee of.. ,.,, ,{,„„.,. 

!:..::;:: ' ; :'-.V:. .;.:, :.k ;::; . : ; , .<,.-.,. 

,.h.,u.- a" n .- ir.m.'i..loii- nheti it comes, o ^ \\ v \ 

To show how exhausted the remains ol**'"" "«-"--""-• — 

Mat id th it Mr t'li'n-!-'< \Y ■■ «1. on this V '-kirendon Hot .-I :■■:■ 

audience for his Indian Budget than or 

vouchsafed t.. him before. Nay. Mr. Gki Tuesday for Floors 

as it w. re takinp a lesfou how to make bu 

if it should evel he In- late to have. to bo; he. ,] : , ] iriV e left town for 

the nation on linn:. re. in.- 1 cad oi. .u- ha.- I ".'el ,.■;.■, y . K -i,t till tl. ■; :.l.-: ■ 

render transparent t" t!,.' meanest iindersti 

■ ' -f the i e f t Farr.incc's II .re! 



Stafford H ••}-■*. 



j.iaist worthy attention, and by dint 
do doubt for the purpose of nuhihin, 
lu> Irani", which saeli an effort of 1: 



'lervev left the family 

m oue a ..l, in Bohemia. 
tehldUaraedThai it v i i ' \ I "f r aV^ St. James "s-squarc 
Parliament to sm-ak for two hours ant 

subject, full of matter, and teeminp V House, St. Jame^s. 
its audien'C without a single tanpibPm-e. fur the sex^n 
had averted that there were three di-iioUey Park, near Ripoil, 

that, at a pnblie meetiiip "f ii.tiuential pei 
' ■ * been passed to 1 - ; — 



dehcieney, air 

:„,! i. ■„ ,.,,. pentv. Whatever may \* h** 1 " 

i> noon, ,ti« n al t .-u- i.'n:oie. We-!- en 

-trat". a...l u i- al.ttl. t. ■ maeh f.-ra r-rr and Lady A:;;:: ■ , 
Cal.l i. n, a Mnnh. r ot Crliamelit or a pi' r -M ij.-^y at Ost-m-. 
of r.uin.mciLt, all sen^e of -oassd pr..priea-s Egerton left town 

i«.dily o feeis of a .Secretary of Sta E n T AINMENTS. 

Juivu been per-ons piu-viit who. whei.u ^jtarJay last at tho 

his olVensive remarks, might have wis 

been plea-ed to deny to Some Oilier liny ™ Monday evening ut 



be. a I, ■ 



) grossly. On tin's very'evenn turaj i' ' 
-..' . laU.rately di>eus-ed than i' 



. I.J" r:it..ly ■ 
, preattliat it actually tew eduesday appoint s 



, zealous whichrit 

. ■■,";■ ■ .' ""'■ J ■■■■■■■■ ■■ 

riaiTowed— this appearance of "the right 

ben p /oeted with shunt.-, of laupl ' 

U-h-lV ll e tellinp c< .nnn.-suX-i and when th- '''" 

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wh ter5butg on the 22n<l, 



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,,11.-1 1 l,n, ■,,',. 1,.,1 ,u il,,ii„,,n„„,/. Tl,ore r "'> »"""-!J-- 

,„,:..;„,.. I„..„l,-I„l,,i,.l ,.,-! .„.,« . i,!„l ,1 i-.r'il'i,.-! in f,n 

,','. :'.'!'.'"'' ,„.'i!'. '"i,^ , i!';,.!-.i:" , r,..j-,'"" J ' , i!'-' J 'i' i ™" 

11, ,\v ,1, cs ll;,- n,.!,l I in, ll", ,,,,„ -inn,! . x ,. 



,,,-■ .,!.!,.:,! .nti-re-imp -,■ ..h.to.m I... ., j y 

U^vUtti trying to any olhcial readme,- 1 m ..,..,„, ' 
M.'i.pe.^of Huron;'!..,,, who only tuyk at : , UI ^ r „ rs n „ u: ,. 



j , wi . ■ i.:h-r in. nibfi v 



.■ .-|)Cakili-. :,.(it, linU (i ilejnltiiliyti oi 

oireaent the condition 



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Again, on last Monday the "exhaust) 

as ,! it van- the middle of February. 1| )0 . 






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i-ith grateful Ratlsfaction i'ie na.r.il •>,•■•• ■ nh..:, -.:..> 



and tho Rev W B. Pope 



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'■Lie.'.i ..:■'. Ir:-, 



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MEETING OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AT N E W C A S T L 




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ALCHJiOLOCICAl. IN-TITLTK (>P (Ji-EAT IUUTAIN* 



1 ^.:..-.-,,u'm. t »t t: 
on thy platform wo. 






:ii. :..; : .■>■■ . ; .„•-].,: ■■■ Chan. An !i i. .i...a 
■ :. rf>. uiv...c,.,i tin- -M-rty U> 111" ill'ii ■ -■ of 







lessee of the P-.va! Italian Opera has woi 
I . ■ -K-.iis.Mi to a <_)■■■■■ 1-v a sj.K-u.Jid revival »f one of the 
..- ;be late lauien-.cd Mcy.-rU-cr. the. " Ktode d i N ■: 




and the jx>rfonnance w 
ns.ver. It has ]»«-a twice lor* 
sentationthiseveninjj wi) 



thecveofcloMne;. But Mr. Uye evident h n 
opera will be one of the 




e often 1.-.--TL li ir.l at miicrt* 

L'ivc-; ;s knowledge of the su'-nce*. of tin- pi'-ce 
ikl he superfluous, therefore. t'> i;-. into 
... ,,v the other. The ■■ i-.i-i" ..i :h-(. ,.'!■■ 
several important particulars. Instead 
. we now had Miolan-Carvalho, who, if less 
r.'i-tiv.'Uin!-' than her pr.'dv.vssor, .-an?; with a brilh fi--y and !kii-!i 
uj'.ich eould not !«.■ ev.vded. Instead of F.-rmo. in t:..- character ..f 
1 ■ ; L -i. we hud Faun'— a .'han^c, «n 'he wh.-le. f..r the better. On the 
. ■ er hand, tin' '-haiiL'.' i ri .in j-.ibla.-'he (o Cnmipi, in t !'.■.■ charn.'. -r of 
>]..- Tartar .-.I. tier, w;i.- decidedly It the worse , br.t who hai ever 
, . alkd L'.l.hi.-h--- Th- lw.. u-nor parts were well .n.-.e.tied by 
N". mini and XeiJ-1'ai ddi. ih-httl- part ..f Pi i-vovi- w.w< a^ov »Yy 
a.-eil and simp; bv Mdlle. liiaiiieiu. ami M.dnic. lb- I a -dorrT arc! 
M.ille. .leniiy Bauer 
vivandieres, 

The cheap performances 




uTe-ar s.-ena, " Vasto, 

Ster"), and Treb..'!li sane; channin 
Gardoni appeared ' " 
performer was not 

On Saturday morning last a very agreeable "pianoforte 

!■■ ilal" was |.'iveu at the .1 1 n ; v, -v..- r- - j <t :i re- R-h-m--- by M i-oei M a: -ir.il 1 
11,11 Toll. This V..UHJ.: ^.'hUemai. is a pupil of the ll--V.il Academy 

. ■ Mi^ie, and hi- siiMi.-. as a |n:inK have been m-La <>•■><: of our 
abl,.>r instructors. Mr. W. 11, Holme.,. Ma-ter B. II ;- already an 
.•..■llent, and pi. .tin—, to be a thst-rate, performer. He playe I 
1 , -,-ek's S,.u:it:i in F flat, and Becih. .vviiV- Sr-linta ( fi-.iu Op. I'd iti the 

skey; ' " 



attainments. These perfor 
several vocal pieces Bung by Mdt 

Harriet Lee and Mdlle. X'.vati ; and the whole t 
d.-ntly pivo mucii pleasure to a lar^e audience, wii: 
djstinguished members ot the mimical profession. 



THE THEATRES, 



Wo announced hist week that a new and om-Min 1 ImrU-s pi-:. 
'. ■, Messrs. Jl.nrv i;.-iiin,;ltiini and William Pe-.r, Wuul-l bj ].io laeel 
-.'■ Sadler's Well- ..n Sa'.utday. The pei-ionnance duly came off, 
and met with a fair share of approbation, 
story of " Tlie Bohemian 
Lost Child 



irl." and is entitled " ArUne, 
Policeman, and the Polar Bear." The 

... __ theni^-lve- t-«-k a |>art: in the performance. Th ■ bbf-f.-' ■>/ 
■!,. bin-ksqn.- is v,.-!'v taiihlul t- that or the .-pe.M. at.-; t).0 ba,i:ie-s [s 
, -c.-uJiv eopi.- d t.h i"iie!i"iil. There ls vi-_'..ur and . ■ r: . • ■ ; 
.. ,.... j; |, „. i.i,, „ |.|,:,. a bv.lme-^ and a v,T.e wh. !, < ,r:y or, rhe 
-■■no" or the dial --u- «i: h Mirlieient .-pint. but. nei: h.r aubtleLy nor 
: o-funditv. The pnn- air few and the parodies far !■■ uveen. ll.vould 
I v: befii bitt.-r had n im .re ieiiv.j spirit uf s-l.'./U' >n : -.-. I. pre-eur at 
•!,- inception of the Mibjeet— a dou'e-ed deternniiati i: t-i g-> - lir-.H ^h 
. : ;i the meideiits 1-..1. d..rs ilie jnew rather heavy. S.nae of the per- 

■' enieis sli.oved talent ; and in partieidar th-.-re i- inm !i | -I- >u ;u .Ml. 

i W.N. ale, wh-. sustained the pare of ] icvibh...,'. aa I pav c to it 
, ,eh di.-tiiie!ne-s and t..rr,' of ...atune. Owiii.l' to ■.!..■ mdi.-;i-^i-f >n 
. • iii-s Minnie Diivi--. tl;e characcei of Tliaddeus we. - p-af..rrnel by a 
vcimg lady who undertook it at a few hours' 

k aline t perfect in the 
and rewiinied with l>..L.qiie's. 
In other respects " 

jVedS 



und JL'i !■_■! i ■ - .siistaiuin- ihe par. of \V.il..i:n 



METROPOLITAN NEWS. 

The exhibit ions of the II «y.il Ara.U-tny. ihe So.-iety of Paintev 
Mr. Serjeant Merewelhcr. wliu was for many years Tow 
.,!,.,'. aL-Vi.^-Hj-fmir. 
Ahlennan Sir Jainc- Onko. M.l'. b.r the <.vy of ],..u.1»n ha 



The twelfth rniitcs.t between 



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ETF'S MBETING 



bit of the Koyol A^ra-.dtni.Vi Soei. 
y wav a success, und. although the lo 

r cherished hope of lieafmg Is ■'*-. '' 




; week, a special 



Mr, Ahh-rmaii OaUin and Mr. Alderman Pe-ley. 



. Df^iiitditill-^u-i-a, m 

silver epcrpne, 



> , ,-si- , ii.mii;, ::■ :. 



one of the (rreat 
chines and iiuple- 



Yesterdiiy week the first of the i 



■ painting in Sr 



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MEETING OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AT NEWCASTLE. 



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L-.m \m.'.<:3. Olio of ihoit fir-h; w:i, f ■;■ i ■ , ■:■ ■:.]■! ' nil-, v.hi. h wont. 
].]■... pri.iltly enough. t>.> AIh.1,1, ,!i-h;r.:. .■]■ !h'.- " ^ilI beef r-.uiiiy, 
iIil'V rvj"iOc to call it. Fvvtli. i^>: wmnei. i- tii*.- pr- .|..-n:y of the Me? 

believe, the lanze-i pare bred beins what is called 



m 



He is a roi 

bivd by Mr. StniiiiL\ M 
by Hiawatha, and hi- Jam. 



10,111 I'll to ins , llljM . ,-v..-i,U--lir-j 1 . .1 ■ 



of ab..m f.jiij- v.-ar= an.] a half old, an i ' car.-fid feeding and 
of Keir, who also bred his sir.-, FWi-t ' when he won the first prize 
una I ;..-..• by J..hn o'Gn.at. With.. a! jn-t lost the gold I 



I.:-]:; r;-ar]v :u blo-Mii':;" 

the fielib of l^attor-.a. a! 

late Mr. Webb's whit,- .alt. Me h 







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WILLS AND BEQUESTS. 

Then-ill , f RliraUtl, Baroness von 2 

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TEE LONDON GAZETTE. 






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f aires -t unexaniplo 1 horror is eiv> 



immElpality of Naples have sold a 



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'ihVil.'ln'i-.If'm.'a 

■In) ;ii.;n\ii-i^l t.i Ij 

Hired, is likely 



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(OYAL ST. JAMES'S THEATRE. 



"fyf R. ARTHUR SKETCHLEY will APPEAR 
f 1 N .vrTHE PLAY^E. o 



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TyjE^aiid MRS. GERMAN REED and MR. 

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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



MEETING OF 

Tun proceedings of the National Ri0e 
Association o n Wimbledon-common for 
the year 1864 terminated last Saturday 
with a public distribution of jn-izes and a 
review of the volunteer corps tiy his 
Royal Highne-sthcCoiumandcrdn-Chief. 
The prices had in former vears been pre- 
sented in the Crystal Palace. On this 



NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION AT WIMBLEDON. 



admitted into the inar<|i.ce. < >n tne ri.ig- 
natt. iit.in--- the tab!-.-, v.;,- -asp-nded the 
Elcho challenge shield. nnnui>hed as it 



Behind the table a gua 



re diMiug'"- 



riffade, under Cap- 
drawn up; and 



Mr. Stanton Jo 
latter under Mr. MT'iirhiiie — were sta- 

played at interval-"), f,,,, the piwuia- 
U'Cli called to tile front, were arranged in 
Oblique line? I- the right and left of the 
table. Lord Elcho. advancing a few 

pace-. o|«;-in,d tile pi-.H.-.s-liliC- by vtyilig 

that the Council had h"|".-l ,h -' : th ''>" 
would h;ivi; bad either [."I'd Eilen!«.roiigli 



Earl De Grey to give 






ceptable to the prize- v 



and" U-t supi-orter- or 



'■■■:■ 



the kingdom. He 



the Council, 

I 11 \ 

ig. Ifi- Lord.dup. however, 
mueh regret, to the neei- 
id occurred the day V-fore, 



the Coldstream Guards, employed ; 
marker at the butts, was severely v; 
morning, he said, the Council had 
Majesty, kindly and anxiously inq 




presented the prizes, ■ 



page. ha.lv El,],.. ;heu 
™- , -baking liana- with 

ngratulating them on 
When the City of London prizes, 

.•■rriOMUnii: (-■ .Khun, were pr. -ciitcd. Lord 
El.-E explained lb il tin- )!!■>]], v hail U'CU 
Collected for the .National Ki||i Assoaa- 
tiui) by a -nh-Tip'km .'iinmr: the mer- 
chant-, banker-, and other-, oi the City. 
which Was ,,t on foot by ■■ those CXCtl- 

M -■: -■ .'■ .1 \l i; . : - i 

teliajit-i/oionel Liud-ay piv-cnted the .St. 



ban. led :.., LordEl.'ho a ea-kc! containing 


1*0 drag- -il sovereigns, the 

1 1 l.'IMg (1 III 1 


.i.nlue. ..! the 




Lord hick,, -aid.— -Thi- 




wnieh L.i.iv Elcho and my 






by England ; but this year 






T t l l y. ha 
prize. I do not Uliev. 

UlLL'hshu.,.], [.iv-clit. wh-'t 


u'i-:ed oil the 






grudge- >eoikind its vie! 
The tir-; war we had only 


I'clKdk draw- 




i plaster cast. 




like form and -ub-tancc. 


Wh.'i, Lady 



take it to Edinburgh to .-bow wh 
ey have won." Lord Bun-, as capta 

the Engli-h eight, called for thr 
iters for Scotland, which were (rive 



hat for the Steroati. 
England 



.unded by a "siray -in. That I re.|ue-ting 
receive'! a telegram from her With '' 
iring after his condition and [ *---"- 



cheers for 

eight, which were heartily 

Enfield n: 

1H1.; points. Lord Elcho presented ccr 

nrioutcs t.. the twenty Engh-h winner*:, 
staring rhat a more "tangible token of 
victory would be -ub-oni>cd !■ ,r in another 
year. At his call the Scotchmen gave 
three cheers for the English. 

There was great cheering during the 

for the young Harrovian-, and for Mr. 

1 his prize, and the baud striking up " fcJec 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



,'ik..ih-!,«"'«*..i» 



THE CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS IN CANADA. 
u.M.T.n Canada has entered »|«>n another 
aptated lustory. Tl.e 0,n,-.in,.,.,,, o 1, horn!.- ^ 

"= *■ «£T tXtS d of^S°c"aS IS 

-,| |., >-,,-.. l.-eti suspended 



. The Tory party, 
verful a (purler of 

n proclivities of the Upper 
Canadian JUidicals. noin^.i^.j.nw 

\V,. cm ■ di-uii.s- ti '- '■ '■ :i-':''"--i "' ,s '" "- '"'■ "/' ■' 

Me tli.it. while il Hi- ■ - ■ ■ 1> I"!' 1 '" an ■'- '-'■ ,: - ""' '"" 

.,.,[.!..,. ■„.„, I, -.,...■, a- liatl-n.l'ul-, • HI.. :•■! in "I' <»■■ I '' ''.'""j 

il leaves on it' decease the le! mm" l.'lwo. " the |.-pl- ■ ■• -I'- ' -"ted 

i, ,...i .,.i ,1, re.. r i. .i ■-■>!.'■=■ =■ ! •■■■-:■ ' " ' ■";■ 

-oif-lovcri, I ensured >" '.'"'.ada by ;' '"- - ■ ... « -■ -j ■ »■ 

tended during it, .-way hy the Act rendennR the Uppei li 
of the Legislature elective and by 
pen-sation for the 




SSeSia.g".''S»i-aV 
, . ,.- ;, .-..illy le-: A 



■ 'calmly, 
'.uhei'i 



l,„id:i.e lively up to a very large 

heme, no.k and neck edit each 

ti,. very lai'ttc sum "I Li u>. 

.v.lMM,.Kad,:."ehsMis-lUu : fl'"nl^ 

.,.■ the I 1.1"".- rejeiced w ..i'ml> ''■>■ ">' 

-ie .-ountrv A collection 'if -ccuty old 
«■ ii.ierili-"\ilfi.v. -'■: .-hal.-1'..ie- day 
InmU first edition o! the q. 
"Venus 






,'fe:rh 1 " " -■■ 



... , ],, I he I I . II..H-- ii ' ,' 

eniercd .. pmtot i.e.. t . , ih- pulley -I the proposed in 
Ellenhorough placed hi. linger on l 1 :^^;" ',.,,. 

:;v;:v:;:.''':;r;;;;". u ';'", : : J i,v''.r .. "!'',-'-' ..,- ;;;;«»« : - 



i „>'.,. itii in 



which every now and tl 

: ,„d forthwith this hue. 
. of Wales." or "God S 



mi, :.- perfect t:e P" ' 

pS„SU h p°er?ectly'as.,v any (other, 
ith- and it is to be rc-^'iK'rt tl..H M. 




rough model. All tin 
perfectly as it is withi. 

not rv.-irti.ly viable 



le, whether the voc.ib.it i- "i the head v, "■ "'v ' 

the s. ,-e or aK.ee the proscenium singing 
ic. nil present were ...cable to say. &cvc' 
...,.,, i uieehaiiie.,1 n e..icc. lhe "iMui.ir 

,,'llie the s, sine- picture, ■■> «*£ 

,. w'-u. 1, ...u gia itltathei-s refer us, weie lu.Unog 
, The esh l.itor ha- the choice of a colli- 
„..,. ,i„. „„,„„„ who,., -i-i-w -i -ii ■■'■ ■;"■•' 
ipe, epiglottis, tongue. pala • . 

.•enin- of kin time-, or le- 

In- an of gulling the puWic. 

lually urged by certain journals, aprop." 
the Ministerial crisis in Canada. 



opposed. Theyv 



teetli and lips, is the most imirvelli 
lrn, exceeded the great Barnuni 
Tho-e who want to I..- puzzle I and 
n ,l,!! - -hollldgOtr 1L - - 






" ,e,w ela ill our policy- 
Is tl.i. policy either a o 

nvrhim' hv i.huidomne "i,r 

appear to othei Powers ic 

I'd'oe. it not ii.citeli-l.uk; 



ely. that 
i!'..'-' 'ilo'e- not" J peace'. I 

_ I] t 1 11 f "Us 

,11 we lint ;oocli„elvre-euj'.!, 
l,..gi„,,s from Britain anil then 



policy ■ ' 



the Unmans when they withdrew 
oiiilcne eolonie-. uii'l -non crew ......... 

defend th.-m-clv,- .' Aliml.eceu Ull.o.eo . „! 

II 1 1 r n condemn 

f -~; '", ..., ,!,■,.,„ ,„e Lords tllei.Kroi'gh and .-.. 

P 11 If tl 1 I ' 

,,.,., L- .-.„■,■.- P. ■..•"!.. W.ueh It Wlllhe Well lol ,1, .1,1 to C.l.el ... 

::,,.; ,„., ,l,al sine ec .lgr.aluo" that I- uol on a 1"-.'"'": 

,,. „, i ,1- mi,-." SlU'ell till- great oer'.l loll 1- all-olcl 

l;,,;,. ,(,.(,'.,', , „ur colonies, should they ■»•■„ i 

"Some lime ago we were all very much 
murder of Or. Living-ton.- 



. a llie'el 

aio.'v -f PntlsliCallUilla:.- ....... _ .._.,. 

.-,.; lohkmi the ilciacte. "I I he ......-.■ ■ ■•■■ ■■ ■ ■ ■ ^ (| , |v 

t i ■ rmted otat,-. a, they we,,-, w).- . p,. -. , ^.,. | . u ; | 

isisted of a large Southern majority ana a . 

n "^' .r.s.~ „. nt . a demand in Lara la West 

;' ; ;.^,^,ve.ofi.n:a:.; r KtM.i.d- 

| ,'l'e , , ,i,ty- «,■ w.lhngt". Cede I he prino-.pl.- 

£x^:-^'::'i^..T.::- u :,""S£ SS 

■■■■■ 11 -I -tat - nary <■■ 'I'd I--'." ■ ' -'; 

Tins -eetional iiulagoinsin lue- in u K >' ' ^^ v ' ( 

'Ian ;ia,a'e.of l M u -tic 1 ■ - '' " " '' ' / ' ' . ' - ,'. 
I,, . |, ..,-,-,,10 .haw -l-.al!-. thehn. ■.Id,. -■-. 



iiw.ll-.ue '/■' 
ivneh Can::. 



THE WAR IN AMERICA—FIELD'S TEXANS 
•• STRAGGLING TO THE FROST." 



I wi-v Hindi im.vt.rt by Clif r..'l»<.Tt til i-.' 
ami hi.- frit-ml i'n..ft_-ur Owen. who. by- 



w-.i-l; iUn.-ir:iiivt 






„ ;,li.Ii. ti.u ..if In- country 
...mnt Li.-; hitcct lnbonr- und 

, .-.-. - '...ii'.' i" I'-.-' '"-■ '!''-i»" !■ } '"■'"'■ ':'' 

■ . . :' I,'. .. 11'-' Mi. C. 

., in ;i nut. l.v iiiemli):^ of their Ixtcly 
ti'inc that tin" v tn.-ivcrt in I 'ii- imiiu 
I 1,,-umI f..]ly that ri'.'t. i- iiinii;inln:rt. 






r.luniii-liniy-^inai't'. wei'O to l>e 

; i|,,.' Slii.ll.^n.-.ir.' M.'llH )ri:i) In'VC 

that their snl> J fri (il.inn-list_ sum 
ive expended 



Maiir-tielrtV: lii.r.iry 
;ed ti hundred 



1. and il»- b ..h.a! i-any. ^-M 

,-„■ n,,. ■/:„.,,■/.. i;i..i,.-. oMr." 

,.,a C> JJ-viiliii^ tin L'ppt-i Oil. i 
v havr (nrtiir-d what may : 
he afoiC-niiJ La-:- of 
vi-l cluborattd.biit w 
Canadn into three 
Kingston, and Toronto will be the r 
for the federal capital. 

Tkc Canadian- are anxious to kiioi 
received in the '-old country. \\e < 
what !-!• a-."* than |.K-:i^> '.--- W I'll' 

l.linrt oMihdvr-c- to liie fact that It h hi 
independence of the mother country, i 
tending to make i:iore leuiote than ev 
the United States. Anything thf 
Canadian natiouality ia well received 
dcfiiroiH liiMVi'l'iuiaib frni.. U.n t . "' 



i by ithc Hon. George 
jd their weapons and a| 



cTeeia 



,v thi.- intelligence will 
tep taken towards t 



rtev.l..|i- ;i i 
wnir-.i-.-rt;- by l 



' ,',f i.u. 



• , i en ' 
The I 



field, commanded 

mediately iifleiw.iid. 



, .. ic,- ,„.-,. ami ino o.oe. .s 
, |„te, i,,r IVkotl wa- already a 



patient^ They ^SS" 
, gave a yell, i 



n'.llem 



. they iivc in Hi 
' nts beyont 
I ■.-ii'. i 



relates the saute an;' 
lift General Lee sen 
■Id hy the Fedoinls; 



feel.":, "I 
I'lnted stau- 






poi 

s'li'iilh. mill n-eeiillv n-vivt.l with prcat 
(io'.dwm Siinlli. have e.rtaudy made cr 

,,.„ „],,-. „, -he Me.-. ..hemic 

eh.-unpiiui'd hy -"'I' hush mitlioritie. 

6ano.Gcrma..Jehalc_that the menu, uv., , - i ] ^ 



v by Piofewcir 
.J"'"';'"?' wen- 







reported to General Lee, be biughcd, 
heanl of men BtrafL-hn^ ■ 

of their BtraggUng 

•ttft' froiii General _.. 

.,;..,.... :..;!■;- »:!.■ '- 'I '"■• '' ""V '' 

" .... v. l.r- iH.ii :hf<: I'"- 

ytliing they 
Picketi 1 



The other* we 
(.■ngag-.tl. the a 



battle, but he li.wl ucv.-r Ix-fi-re 



from captiirni- the breastworks of t 



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iN 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. 




week a view m :'!:e harb.-. lir ■-■[ TanvnriL-a. «n" tj,o 
camp '-■! the P.nt;-h tr.-'-'p- t!..T.' -:ati.-.;ied. and an... t her View Miowhit: 
the iW-iaor r.f f'nb: Wii.ir.i'.i.j. I'ah. whmh wa^ captured by them on 
the ik'ih of April whh a ir.avy rr,-t of life. We now profit an-.thor 
IuiijraviuiT !;■■ in a >k./to!i \v:L!i which wo have l.-oen favour,.] by 
OkmelWilkam^. wh,.. !•=.-. ao ina:;. I n ; g of t.he an: 11. ry ui New Zealand. 
It may best be explained by ih- f-llowinj ■■\u\u:: from his note :— 
"Theaccomr i r 1 it a Taurangacaunot 



who f..ll iu ;he a.--anh >ai die I'ah -f l'i,k" Wharam.- 1 i 
of the -":!, of Apr,:. Tin- cetnetvrv 1- -itii.ii-.-.I at the 
in the havl„,ur ot Taiiran-a. In tin: do :- a. Mount Mo 
fiieine; the -)«_ctnr- ■!'. ai..] the E-k. ]l:m\. :, ami Jason 



.■no 1 ..f ahhin 



ie 43rd Rofrimout. i- buried on 

!•:■. left hand. (■].,-,■ t.i the aloe- ; hi-= men are buried to the rttrht of 
him. The six c-lli. ■--•- a lid i..v. :r . ; ;i ri t. IT , ;l j l , r v j th.-it ree-imont lie in the 
re litre line of errav..-. The nav.,1 i.fVeT" and -earners are buried in 
tin- line of grav, - t.ntho-t from the .-pecraitor, h..- : ne arranev-d m their 
order uf *eiiii>r:-v. !».■ -rniniri'.: from the left hand .--Hie of [hi-: view. 
These craves lia.l all l-ni prepared by the 2nd of May, 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




ually done if there were only 
:■ and to he merely summoned i 

> n regular lock. The innocent 

> tii..* complications by again leading in -unie'tjf 
when they were short of hand ' ' 
1 to fight under Booth colour?. ; 

(1 in. -: certainly have assigned him to Placida. 

h.- ino-t^Warlabv fashion of his four cows. Among 

lis as much a- anything : and so 

Baron Cro.=sl.-v. wc coim-ide much 

more wnu uie judge who phie.ed him f Ui. i";l told Mr. Willi- so 

hr-.i the 1/-: bull bv i.,u in h- eias-. Royal Butterfly 11th was 
b.M-itifiilly brought to the po-t. an. I hi,- t.-ct eook-d down as the week 
v/vre on : but we l-n.-ed lor i;,,ya! Dal l.-hlv 1 7ih among the bull 

calves. It was -aid that a very !o,,g pri.-e had 1 1; offered bv the 

G.-.Tnans f..r O.ip^v Qim. n. l.m r],,,i j,i,-. Fdiand*- *, .uld nut -el! her 
or. any e.oii-ideration, and intended b. send her to the Roval North 
I. c Insh re bje w.-H as the Yorkshire, where Bhe wag second Last pear, 
Mr. M'In..'i.di did not aeiii.'Ve another success like tiiat of li.'k but 
!- nv hi, :_-■■■!■ d fondly o-.-.f bis commended Prince^- by second "Duke 
of Thorridi.ie, The pi;/ -!iow ami bor.,.- : how wae lioth or t.liein weak 
;l. a whole. Mr. Wainman lo.-t a boar by apople* y at. the station, 
and one of Mr. Sexton's died in the yard' toward-' the- close of the 
v.- -ek. The horse and pony -how need a L-real . I - - : > 1 of remodelling ; 
and dray-hor-e prizes more c---ipena.ll v' are a mere waste of 
money. The hunter-he clu<-, which was a sad medley at 
V.'orce-te:-. hank d..wn under the new rule to two. and will 
r,.. doubt he absorbed fur the future in (lie tlilii prize, which did not 
temot Cilia/: el north. Mr, .Smling'.- Clyde-dak-^, Mr. Brv.lun', 
l,anclPoHallorh'- hi... kfae..-. we;o all sadly mw-ed : hut Tin.. 
-C3 their pres.-nc- ..n Tuesday, at nine o'clock. 
e-.-c- camr to Newcastle, but we hear of two 
roan bull by Second Duke of Wliarfdalc from 
sister to 77th), and the other a red heifer bv 
■rd from Duchess Kith. This is the .second calf 
] that this cow hashad in the la.-ttlevt.-ii months, 
■ Fourth Duke " ctu-s at Wetherhy. Duchesses 



f Sl..-. ■:■: < 






Hvoud Dukes of W'harfdah- 



'-.I,-- 



s purchased 
id Oimbled him to 
i was opened, with 
I Si, Robert Pee), 
foot immediately 
der seven vein's of 
-phan Anylum, be 

allowed, we U-lieve, his iiiteiv.-t in 



n Asvlum. whirl, Di. ! 
att.rw.,,.1. « ..d.- r "._.1.vl :l .,v,.ly for 

other, akl gh it :- well known that lie found it necessaiy, rtt a 

much later pcrmd. '." withdraw from tb.-ir ac'.ive management, in 
c.ias.qu. lie.- of -..in. a-iuc- to winch, as a con-eieiit;ou- Non- 
conformist, ht- could u.it give hi- lu-scnt. The London Orphan A-vl 

h.iw.-ver. a- the ear! e-i il ..d t the i ; i. .,,..., i.,,a ,,f hi- fo'nmki- 

Don-, may well po=>c-- this ,^,-ord of a good and useful man. 



lb. 'i>:. 



The Kit>- ;n lonrna!, announce that a tc 
Her Majesty has conferred the dignity ( 



I. of Captain 









eqmdy impartial cr.-.ic w h... happened to be displeased. 

1U..Y ta:- lv (ana.'iarul.itf c.n ' ii|-o]i h.-viue pi-.a-ur.dilv iusi.n 1 a 

''"■- but he is noi ■ ."h-d upon— vv-.-n if )„.- have a ri-lit— tc 



t .-:' critics, but 1 
•ti.,:. k ;hvm for +.\\v.<.<x what 
t.owov-.r. c-f receiviufr in a 
thav.k-. we -hal. v.o: ab-tain 
praise which has K-en edit 
Scenery." The poe 
the Innjpiajw a hi\'it.a;;o- 
i.'. the A:. inks, and the love 
of the tropic--. The el.-.'..a- 






lei forth by "The Beaut i-.-s of Tropical 

o } pleasant and liannoniuus : there i- in 

::d .- L'ore;e..m-iK,~.- of coiouriinj; =n-ge-tiive 

igs j;l..w Willi a wamrh hot nnwurriiy 

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EMIGRATION TO AMERICA. 

Within twenty-four hours of the closing ceremonial of the 
Session of Parliament, and in a House of Commons consisting 
of far less than twenty-four bearer-, a speech w;is delivered 
which ought not to be allowed to pas. into iinmciliato oblivion. 
It contained a solemn warning, founded on facts, addressed to 
a class of the population of the United Kingdom whose value is 
acknowledged in tin.' very oirei.mi-ianoc of thai warning. Lord 
Edward Howard, when he brought forward the subject 
of emigration to the Northern States of America, and 
laid bare its true conditions and incidents as at 
present existing, seemed almost to have felt a presentiment 
of the new demand for .-.m'wXiO men made by President Lincoln 
for The prosecution of the war wl ieh lie conduct* on the part, of 
the Federal States, the news of which was within a few miles 
of this country when the remarkable speech of the noble Lord 
was spoken. In the brief debate which followed its utterance 
it was unanimously declared that the most effectual way of 
attaining the ohjeer whi-b Lord Kdvard Howard had in view 
■would be the giving the utmost publicity to his address ; and 
pointed and distinct appeals were made to those who con- 
trol or contribute to the newspapers of the day to aid 
in the dissemination "I' siatemcnt- wine], commend themselves 
to the serious consideration of those to whom they were 
specially directed. Compliance with a request so urged, and 



based on such grounds of acceptation, seems to us a simple 
duty ; and ii is with a desire to do what in us lies to spread the 
information which was laid before I'arliainem in a spirit of 
philanthropy worthy of a representative of the people that, 
alter the lap-e of some days, we deem it no more than right to 
revive statements of so much importance. 

As the legal representative of. the youthful Duke of Norfolk, 
it lias been ih<-dmy of Loia'l F.dward Ihovao! per-, -nally h. become 
acquainted with the condition of a part of the population of 
Lancashire which resides in or about the great Howard property 
in that district. As a member of the Relief Committee at 
Glos-op. which undertook ;,, meet the difficulties and distresses 
caused by th<"- cotton famine. knowledge of the baneful operation 
of the so-called emigration to America was forced upon the 
noble Lord, It was made manifest to him that the labouring 
population were suffering under a delusion, from which he 
has done something to awaken them. The plain fact is, 
that a system is in existence which, under the name of 
emigration, is nothing more nor less than a ba.se and insidious 
scheme of recruiting for the Federal army. In the outset let it 

to the Federal Government. There is no evidence of complicity 
on the part of that Government in the infamous proceedings 
which have been brought to light. Indeed, it appears that the 
remonstrances of Lord Lyons on behalf of British subjects who 



have been kidnapped by fabo pretences into (he Federal army 
have been attended to by Mr. Seward in an official manner ; but, as 
everyone knows, ollicialaciinnai the scat of Government does not 
■■ Tssarily result in the redress of grievances which are con- 
nected with military organisation in a time of war. especially 
when if is directed towards iho discharge of men from a force 
which loses soldiers by hecatombs and in which the demand for 
reinforcements is enormously beyond the supply. Still, the 
Federal authorities fully acknowledge the injustice and the 
oppression of the practices of the recruiting which is going on, 
which, in the very nature o,f thing-, has fallen into the hands 
of agents of the vilest and most unscrupulous character. The 
military commandant of New York, the chief recruiting 
depot, in his reports, has spoken of the circumstances under 
which men are obtained for service in the field in no measured 
terms. He says " that almost every imaginable form of outrage 
and deception has been developed; the outrages practised on 

loathsome to be detailed. Many — indeed, most — of these un- 
fortunate men were either deceived or kidnapped, or both, in 
the most scandalous and inhuman maimer in New York city." 
Doubtless these candid observations apply to men of all 
nationalities, including Americans; but it is in their appli- 
cation to the men of this country that we especially pro- 
pose to consider them. It is undeniable that a regular 







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:ie<m-y of villany 1 as 1 rcn established in this conntry, in the 
aiorth of England and in Ireland particularly, by which 
men are induced b< abandon pros-p,ecN of -ready though laborious 
maintenance in this country l>y representations of large wages 
and more than corresponding serial advantages in America, 
who. immediately mi reaching that land of promise, of freedom, 
or.il of comparative wealth, are decoyed, cajoled, threatened, 
and, a- the la-t resort, drugged, until they find themselves 
<: ■■ •.' Federal army. They are at once conveyed 





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mention drugging, which has been 

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ni New York agents pass to and fro 
themselves with, emigrants who have 
me but are voluntarily seeking new — 
:t — Holds for their labour ; and in the 
hey land under the auspices of these persons, and are 
led straight into the pit which gapes for their ingulfnienr. 
As a rule, the men arc enlisted in false names, so that humifies, 
sifter them under their real d.'-ignati-.n- arc practically nselos.s : 
and. even if they should pas- unscathed through the perils of a 
-war which is nlnic-st one of extermination, nothing can be heard 
of them until that period, so illusory and so hopeless, shall have 
armed when peace is re-established in America. In the event 
of a man once enlisted attempting to desert, he is shot as a 
matter of Course. The vigorou.- -impliedly of ihi- proceeding is 
obvious. 

But. assmning that an English emigrant escapes from or does 
not fall into the net of the recruiting agent ; that he finds him- 
self on the shores of Ameriea under the r-t.ndiiious whieh attach 
to him as a working-man .-< ■■■king employment more remu- 
nerative and affording him a prospect of more immediate 
comforts and greater future prosperity than he could have 
hoped for at home, how does it really and truly fare with 
him 1 Is it the fact that he is in a land where ample 
work, high wages, and abundance of the necessaries of life are 
.-icoessihle at low prices? The very reverse is the case. In the 
first place, a labouring man, if he obtain employment, which is 
anything hut a certainty, is paid in dollars— that is, in the 
notorious green-backs, and he has been led to suppose that a 
dollar is equivalent to 4s. 4d. of English money. Now, the 
truth is, that a dollar is wonh something less than Is. Gd., so 
that a man nominally earning eight or nine dollars a week is 
; than fifteen or sixteen shillings ; 
i writing to their friends at home have 
, they are doing worse in mere money-getting than they 

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fuel, and clothing still further depreciate their gains, and they 
find that they have exchanged, perhaps, a struggle in their own 
country for positive pauperism in another and a strange land, 
whieh is in the agonies of civil war. of revolution, and may be 
ere long in a state of anarchy. 

Such arc the pro.-pects of emigration to America at the 
present moment; and it is well that every effort should 
he made to bring this knowledge clearly to the minds of 
these whom it most concerns. This is no case for rhetorical 
artifice; il i- u t i.ecc-sary to <Lve>s it up with fanciful gar- 
niture before it is presented to the consideration of the 
I t.i h'-. There is an eloquence in the facts which will suf- 
t i i ■'%■ B] i ok to the judgments of those whose duty it is (as in 
, , ■ it-.' that of Lord Edward Howard it is their pleasure) to 
lontiibute to the well-being of the working classes. The 

matter ■ i despread, active, unscrupulous. Why should 



up 



staidly supplemented and aided the law. Even a . Bin all asso- 
ciation for the dissemination in a readable form of the facts 
whieh Lord Edward Howard laid 1 trior,- the House of Commons 
might do much. Why should it not be tried? 



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v. oiks an .1 extemporised theatres is rising into 

The King of Spain will lake his departure 
i-i-r. The.Manii.L-.leS.M.::, Cnu and the D 
accompany his Majesty. 

Cad riiiivinl.iu ha- pa,-., I ij, r,. n-:) Pan- and pro---"'>led -.,, Veen 

The Minister of Main,'.- has awarded a gold medal of the swntl 
class to the pilot Manger, and silv.i medals to tile pilot Gobelin and 
the .<]>].'<. nr itt -pilot ]ioi[.-,..-t. for their eon, lu.-t in saving the live- of a 
pm't of the eiew of the Alabama, after the naval combat off 

Tn eMi-v'eree of the dcmol'iti-m- going trnwartl in the most 
populous part- < f "Paris. two very unhealthy -'.eel-, the Hue du lion 



.otorionsly goinj 



l-fox philanthropic on 



Prefect of the Seine. The new street, 
of the most populous quartet* of Paris 
he removal of several of the lilt hies t 



il826, and, of late y 



prolong the hn. 
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railway literature in France. 

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the hue from" Vale-nee to Grenoble, and by connecting the* 

vith the Victor Emmanuel Railway, and eon- 

at from Lyons to Geneva, it will considerably 



about tw..-ni>- 



France to Savoy or tSwit^ciland. 

The opening'..'! the shooting season 
the first zone; that, of the south, which comprises i 
live depnttuients, Mich :i- the Haul,.-.- and Ua---eS-Alpes. Andes. 
B-l-iiChe — buLlionc. Haut.-C.trolinc. Gars. Gnondc. LatidcS, I-'t, 
Lot-el-Garonne. flanto--Pyiviiee-=. Pyieiiees-<"lrientale=, Tarn-et- 
Garonne. Var. and Vauchise. Nothin, ' " " 
to the opening in 



odiiug 
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ttie L,m).eroi- wttli n-Ierenco to the Smv. t anal Ire- 
It awards an isi-lemaiu >-f tifty-four uiiLhou- of 
franc- to the company fe-i' the Minemler of the stipulation-; of July, 

whieh <'<-• t-li-pute arose. 

Miii.-hal M-Mahon h,i- he,.-n ap|,i,intC'l '.ioVeni'H'-Guile-.'.d of 
Algeiia. in the plai'e of th-. late Afa'dad Pelissier. 
DENMARK AND GERMANY. 

The C- inference nt Vienna has eoiiiluried it- negotiations to a -atis- 
factoty issue. Po-huiiiiane- of peaei- and a three iiiomii-' ;inui-in-i: 
were -igned on Mom lay. t!..- 1 wo Genaan ['iw.-r-, it is >.n-I, threao-thng 
instant reopening ot active opiaMti-.n- if their eiaun- w..-ie not accede-1 
to. The eoiiditioiii- ai,.- .-inipV. and seve-re upon Henmai'l:, hut not .-,.. 
hai.l as at one time wa- 1V poi'ted likely. They are said to be as 
f.-llow :-~ Lauevihu'-g. Sehle-\'.e', aii-1 Jlol^tr-iti are to he ee-.l-_'d to the 
two greal l.iei'lium ^. , o^^■ers, 'I'iie Llamlot Arr, - I- 10 leiuinn With J >■ 1 1 - 
laaJ-k . A hen. however, an. I i.lie i-l;,!.d- u, tile N, ,,rh Sea nv..- t,j go with 
Schleswig, " 



Tlmixlay week t 



iiearjon nf the Jutland frontier will ti 
Jutland will be occupied ami the 

aiimihisiep-u 1 by the allies. 

At a meeting of the- Federal Diet 
representative, declared that h 
return of the Federal troop- t 
does not seem to have said tl 

The f.-ehng eieal.-n throughout th..- minor German Stale-- by the eon- 
duct of l'rn--ia in oc i.pying Keud.-bur-j i- \'ery ^to.ng. A I the-itiiug of 
[heSaX'-nl han.h- I of l.'e}iutie- at Dre-,k-ii mi M< an lay. Banm \-..»n_Beiot . 
in replv to a qut-tion as to what steps the Saxon G- ,v.,rnun.-nt had 
taken m lefeo.-nee t- the loeent event- in Rend-hnig, ivad a declara- 
tion made, by the Saxon n-pre-etuai iv..- at the la-I -itiing of the 
Luk-nd Diet" The Chamb.-i then, upon p.o-e.'l the following reso- 
lution :— "That the oeeiipati..n of Ih.-udslmrg by the Pnt-sian n» ■{,-■. 
which lu.s taken place by the abu-c ..f an overwhelming force, is a 
violation of die rights of 'the Gennan (.''..-nfv lei'alieni and an outrage 
upon the honour of the German Federal troops, The Chamber 
hmehv enters a pr< Ue-t against th;- act of vi-jl-.-uee on the part of i 
toi man l'-deral Power." 

The bavarian Govenuuent ha- i.otruet, -l us repre-cmamv a 

Frankfort to propose that i tie Diet -1 M demand the humc-haO 

withdrawal of the l'|-|.--i;in tr- „,p- from RendsbllTg, 

The Danish Government has sustained a defeat i 

to-eminent regaided the po ,[,i .a-d addn-- 
t was moved that the Volk -.thing slmuld 
: otder of the day. The .Ifou-e. however, rejected 
and voted the addiv-s by a inajorily ol dxty to tWelily- 

AMERICA. 
news I'o.iii New York to the 23rd ult. 



f the Rigsraad. An ad 
ad been proposed. The ( 



■Shm; the railway .auh-ea-iward, fo Macon and to Sa\ 
■ Atlantic. Athinta !-■ flms , ;l , iniporrmt -nat.-giral p,,ij 
ms occuTe.l at Petersburg. The O.nf. 
i to be engaged m an attempt t "" 



Nothing important h 







alarm have been dismi 
There were rumours 



ivlien the lasf, mail left of n new (.'onf.-d.aatg 
hi Muddy P.raiieh and Rockville. A S-jutliera 
said o. li'ave again ems-ed the Potomac. 

the discovery of a con-iKiii-w for 
f. rmali. n of a North- v 



The latest despatches a 
'■ .fa North-' 

in tl- „M;,.;-dppi V;,!l,-v. S-everal prominent Citi/-.-us ...I S-. LoiliS) 
implicated m the afisiir. had been arrested. 

N. ws of a Confederate vico-rv comes fmiii Fort Hudson, on the 
Missis-ippi, where the federal troops under command of < ieneral 
l-ilhoit \v,.-r. airacl-.cd and nnm-d with go-at slanght.-r, the 1'oads for 
mil. - being -trewed with dead )]egir„.-, horses, and arms. 






'-!'.' i: i 



successful in drivii 



> Ghaile-stun. The Cuiifcdrraf'-s 



derate invasion into >rarvland seems to have pi 1 ., 
effect on the Washington Cabinet, for the Preside) 



I-'. Wholly 



retary of th 

the terms rcquiitd bv the New Y..rk banks for the |.|-,.| ,| I,, an o 

tll'V ii.,:;...|,o- .-■■!-. Mid deleVlinUed Le. oil ,.,- a ]-op;u.u- l-.au. the IiU-YCo- 

Gold, upon th, iiin 'rnum of then,-— ,pati,-n of Atlanta, dtclined 

to I'Jl. The last quotation was ■_',", 1-; ; Exchange, 271. 
CANADA. 

The Don, Mr. Clown h:o l„-eu re-eleet-d, without- oppo-ition, as :i 
mend er of the Canadian Parliament. 

The Qin'nr Ch, :;<,;<■!( say- :— - We are -da-1 to find that ti- geuei-:xl 
tone of the press of the bower Province- is favourable ;... in. - action 

taken by the Canadian o: uV ..-ii air .hiring the recent Mini-terial 

crisis, an-1 full ..f hop,- a- to the n.-ult. Th" opinion uf our n 

is the more valuable because h i- uninfluenced by r. 

free from the rancour of past differences, which 

prejudiced the judgment of eevi 

can U-wer Province cmit.-inporark- may be freely accepfe 1 as llio-C of 

in.j, : ,rt'al oh--i vers. They l->ok f.-rwav.l in a spnit of hher.d and en- 

liglitentd ].atiioris[ii far above the petty level of mere provincial 

I ..:.:..-:.. '.!,,- , •■. o-'.-ra --. ■ <-, ,-ii-.i r, :,,;'..- a- b. ;. ,v.;,.-n i : u ■,.■■',.<_ .,,-, I 

hot sifter colonies ot liriti-h Noii h Ainerici— to the formation of -itch 

rospci-ity. It is to ho hop,-,I rh; 
,se... .md that the receiiL poht.'eal iv«i: may COntriDitte to 

(New Brunswick) .V".-. ,o',.. 7 N"-* say-. :—" From the 
.wii's remarks it would seem that it is the iig.-ution of 

from the 

T.ow,.r Provinces, which is to na et at Charloitctowu, Prin. -e Edward 
l-fand. ill a lew weeks, and to En-land, to -eek the eo-ojM-ratiou of 
the Imperial Government. The -fep take,, by Mr. Brow,) in this) 

in-tallCe Is ;i 1 .. .1..1 on-:, aini feW w 1.1 .ie'Uh; flia.f lli- ai,jlirat.io:i ,,f party 

alliances in o)--k-r te> beiielii hi- country, socially, polincdlv, an'l 
0lhi.-iwi.se, will lie appreciated by intelligent 
The Coroner's inquest in the case of the St 
has been brought to a coialuomi. their verdict being that 
was owing to the gro-s rar.:-le.--in.-- of Willimi Buni--. 
diiver, and he w 



Tia St, .b, 






di-a-tor 



Mr.innro! has a/;ti->'. 



The Prince of 'Wales will inaugurate the s 

votimo-n c.-mnln.ii.-.n--. .-n t)„- pi-oiiii. 1 ' ■' ■ 

n:,l I.-, i'-y,,,,], ,„ ,:,, ,,., ,,,,-,,-y of tho ! 

The i'1-iuce sueeeeds Lis Int.- father as patron o 

Lady Morrison, of Snaresbrook, lias invested 

It is pvr.iio.-cd to widen The end of Ciu>itor--treot lea-ling; 
.,,.., -■ ....,....■....: ; . .. 





The liist ginlev for the London. Chalham. nnd Dover Rail- 

-aj C.mpimy''- via.hict ever L-aUeno-la]] w^s |, v ,t .„, '.r|,„.-.l,iv -,.■..-:,. Tae 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



COUNTRY NEWS. 

At Parti<k. nrnv ( da-_"i\v. the nrw l.inhkn;_'s for the \\". sent 
Commissi, mri- Invim,' utility si favourable 









. Muhxh aildre==ed 






; ^,,l,, n.T Mau.-tv ha- :■ 

Ertr/in I Tbc election of a 



CHURCH AND UNIVERSITIES. 

The -fecial Snnday-i'venine: .-i-vii.-r-s in ilie nave of Wcst- 

I ] [ I r t 

By a new Act. him primed, i.. ^.Uiilnlo fixed instead .>f 



lay m< ■< k at M. Mary'.- Schools. 

ic has jwA resigned. 

A imi.-ieal festival took place on Monday in Eton OoUcltc 






.. h;i.l .li.-.l .|l>l'il,.j 111.'' ■■■ .r. 'II"- ■ lM.rm.e. ..i ,l:-0.- i [.!--'■ 

II. J. ]:|-„ k« . II. ,7. ;-. Jul,. ■■. I . ,-i.:ii...i.. J. \ [. ii. J. W. Wil ■■■ .. 
. I'-: .,-. i <:,,.-;. W. A-!:. W. L.u. ;.■>■,.;,;,■. 

illi-le|> ,-r 1.|-.--:k h. r- Ml [Hill ? 'iil.-V I'.VIV rMLTNIIH'll t l.y 

Lenl read tin- Rev. J. <:. Kii '■ i.-o.. vet ,-i.'i...i i..m. «i. : ■■, 

sum intu theClniivli of KnL'laii.l,.--i int.... i ■ '.■■ :n ... .--■, 

.villinc. to I. mm- M.:.::-i '-"■■■ it:''- ihr .mi.- ■ .>isl..-ni|it iijimii 






I hi I UIMI'MS 



XTM r.MS. — If fll ;it Dranrrics : 




r. H.irniitli. ..i Di.lsljury College. Dr. 
1 iti fi t i i i 

■Li'. I I.' ■H'l'li. i ': ,.r Hi, ■ I : ■ I !■■ ..'' M ■ .■I.HI.l.l!.'. 

... ;,' ,',., : ,,.;',. !,, ... ,'", ,;,-. .i,i ,: ! ;II -.' , . , .' I ' 1 |' U', !■..'" ' n, v,V. *■'■■.<,<.... 

,l..,k ,.,, » ; i- „i.|,..i:;..l i.-..-...n,..i- ,.l :![..■ W .,-[..;,■ ii, Tl, .-.!■- i.-d Tn-Cir m t u.n , 

"•;;,.- t , -. > ■ ■ ■ -,-. tn.il i!io |>0!-=."n wli.m 1 1 * ■ > cnH l--t tm-t 

fallen ii nan imou'ly on I>r! J.-I -i.n. C'A.h. }-■.):■:■. rn.|T"0-.l ''"■■■ -< !■ -..■i.i"ii. .ljl.I 

i'<"i J L J 'tn^lV.U- li'i« vi. " "Vli'lh^-Vil .j, A. aC " I ' 1 * 1 ™'" 

'11.-- tr.iiHaTi..]. m!-.:..- v,-.t !.■ 1. 1 ... V\V.i!:.-- ■ .- nj-rrmif.' hi 1 1 1 ■ P.. ■■! I .]-.... k 

Chup'l. IlcMM'. ii J :m.l :n-'Hi i-TM-n* w,.r>: ].i\,-,i,!. Al(.-r it,.- li.lnaiii-.- 

■vMi. i, r.f ;>„ I..-...I'- ■■:■ i i-.-t- i.., lii- i. ..■■.-. iy^rdaiiK-vl luiJii^ttTs tin- e.vi'n.-uknt 

i.poiiiu- ;i.| I,-. •■■. I'." 






. Mi.ijVC.iK'.- In... 



. Lifoi- ( 11,, .,-i-viii-M 



) irl f rh m th h"l 

.■I...|l.. .■■'( _':i- M II II 



ami>ni. r >i the fuiv.c on K'^'ott 



: of rlic Crcat E:^:.im l! nhvay ■ ' .mprviy I 



A F-K-tci- h'-v w.,, ii.l.l on In. -1 -,y. -,- Hiuil'ax. .'.' whie ; t 

1 |.-.. ink ..l:il »■!.!!■■ ■-. I tl -c a- J-lnl.'..-.! •■<: !'..■ '.'ir:..- ff /..-.- ..-1:L .1..1 fri- 
'.-■:. t. t..Kii.«- :--r :.i- iL.iu; '.^ :l.bj.t.t il Ii..i:.|;j w;tln- a:;.) Ihf ijoVi.ro- 

'ihcie wa« a sei ion* aeridern at Maiva;-'. on Monday, by the 
Sf-mc exploratlr.n- have recently heen i 

C.-,-l]. . |>iv-i. .,.■:,!:■.;■>■ t.. :!..■ ,i^-l:',:/ •■! I!,..- K".m 



'd.-tl.'. i-i-fv-ni-atory t«. tti(> mc 



at rdcMioi-oiiplt. 



y evening n. M'.nn ..f irivat \ it-leinvj racked ove" pals 

Oil til.- V.-.-l'TI. .-.■..■■! I'- .1- V.. ■:..!.. II v."- ■ IL'lil lr, ,:,.- lm.Ii; 



-.:;:-,; 



Ii l' r.;......';,"-..M .. .■ I ■ ■ r. .. ,; i ,U ■ l',Vi"o, | : a ,„ ,.,„ « 

'I'M ;,,I. r ,| ,1 | .,,;■, r .,1....|. ,. \t ., . .. . I . I ■ i ,, M 

II! VI. ■■ .V.!!ll l- 111- Will ■ "I. ■ (I:. I:'- - I. ■■-. ■ ■) .: I. .1 -.-Hill.-' : I !■■■- 

Lady ralmer>ton, on \\Vdne-d;iy. cut the first tm-f of the 



i.. 1.1. . I r.- [.!:;.:,., {JlwCW. itii'l lh--\\r t ,.1 Liij/UikI. 

Within Ihepronnds attached to the i:,.\al Victor;;! Military 

II.. i-a.il :,r ",. o. ■, . [| ■ > ■ i l I : r . ■ ,.l \\ ,;■. ,.n 11. ■!■.■! o I ."1 (In '"■■■.■. ' ■ ..ml 

ill I MX'.'" !:;■-■ I ...n .i.-l.ji...! l-v Mo I'. II ,i ■, i ■■!■ !..■■.■.. ., ii - lV iJ 1 Ij . .a |il;utl 

tin. i. inn lit-. I .Pt-mi. ill.- -o. !■' .-I Mi.. Ik.'ihipih:- ni ill- ikiiwiitii -.■■>. ;nr\-, 

■'■lift, in I'.-ipl.l. t)'.- I..W.-I- l.url will r..ii I-, ..r ;, -n.-. «.| no-ln- |. mi ■.!■; :>|» 
... l!i;.-./ IL; il ..oa.i" -i.;.!,.!!..) ■■), ivo.-, .1 ,, ..i ] i.-rl ,■-. ->> ; r-' m ,ri.!c. 



i nc.irly op ■■ if l»io 






named Do E/ap,a lias lecemly died ni Rilhao. in 
lliijriir,, Uu lluj day litli-i'u In- tk.u., :.■. ml-, u-.'.t ioollnu. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEAVS 




in lyric song 
a?sociau-d with then 

anil four epigram*, three of which are of m< 
antiquity. In one of the fragments of ^apph. 
pr^-agoVlr..:';! ).u- — ^ii..-f ln.-i- nnLMj.'illy intended 

appearance of a rc-UK-ii- trance placed m c J j-> inoi.th of Erimin. ;iLrain-t 
her mother- o. -:r,-.im rh.it i: i- .at.ii a-- .aatcd with [hi.- hapY^s 
heroin.'. U'liiv pa--; :■■-. «1 Hi the -ndpr.. i ha- :m--i -. -1 in the on^inr.l 
Grvt-k on t:.e HI...I1 wha.h lir.mn h ■]■!- i:. hi: l.; . rjsr.v be traiM.itc.i 



O n.n'1'.ir rlc-ir! Ni. L r.r.r 
This passage would, moreover, ind: 



I.: . ir.r.y I. 
pitindlc I can turn. 



; notice of 

in the recently-closed exhibition of the Royal 

it waOiy far the ni.-t in] ■m.,!.' pooia-.d wi.rk. We need only a. hi. 
therefore, thn: M:. [.cii.lidd. «ln- r. a- hitherto bun in.li-i Huetiy :"■■]' 
aiming at :he grand -tyle of Mi. ha. I .\ ■ g. ]... liciv T>.i:ly chalk 1.1-..- an 
C-tiii:ati' :hat r:n-- m.-rc-avi'.y I- ■ i.-.- il.r d i.y the s< veres'. exigence* 



i ground, is 

orate the late Prince 
Consort. The facade is adori " 
with a colonnade, and divided i 

arches supported upon rusticated 
pier?: and the upper portion con- 
pitting of alike number of opening 
Inn'!.-. -miiLountedby - ■ 
■nrrance-liall are the a- 
- telegraph department : and to the right, thv Exchange, and the 
staircase leading int.. the brill ab...ve. The. main passage m tiie 
i Corporation office. The 
■~ " "i length, 



springing from double C 
pierced parapet. ' r - *-' : 
for the re' 
grand staircase leading into tl 

" chamber a 
compartment, r 
width, and -13 ft. in height. The sides are divided into eight 
by Corint Irian column-;, pk-reed t\>r windows in each bay, 



The end factne: the eairanee lias an archway i 

organ, wlul.- tin.- .-tin r . n<) is . eoupied by a gallery. fiSft. by 1>7 ft". 
making by '■■<> n,n.-h an addui. u :■• :he spa.a. ■■ ■ :: .mber. The evil ing 
is of an i'.rc.af design, The nichiv.t- it the whole buildinc are 
Mcv-r-. Wright .aid \W ...I-. ■■! Adelaide; ■.!!■> contractors. Me^rs. 

i::.gl:-h an.i l!;..wn. The total o.-t ^ about jgju. .). Our Engraving 

i- made from a pho'oca.'.pli era n- l.v Mr. P. ■ < . Crawford, manager of 
the Adelaide l'li..tr.;rrapliic Company's ' " 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 






. ¥1 m r im 



ST JOHN'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AT BATH. 

Wv: h:\vo viiLTiMv.'-l a vi.'w ..f r f i. • handsome Chan h ■■: S- .T..hn the 
F.van-j-t-li-t. luielv l.nik bv the Raman Cut), ■! ■ - at Bath. It is 
situated in an .-pen -[■;«<<■ ■ .f ground on the S-n". far ic. . Laving a 
new street at tin.- wc=t cinl in a line with Duk- ->i:cet. Tin: design 
include- n tower and -pin-, upward- ,;,f L'ou ft. h:e:i i.'.'l it ;s especially 
remarkable h.>r the multitude <>t gables. Taking the north : ;de. we 
have first the gable of the Imprint- ry, next the lmIv ,,f th, poreti. then 
tlie 1 1 1 r..'- ■ gabled hay.- ..f iho north ai>1-', and Cm-:; tin- largo gable of 
tlie transept, with it- m e.Hiineeii' circular wi:.-l'-w li.v. ■!:■! r;n- :u.- 
two gable- on lie- >!.!•■ ..l' the I -.dye Chapel, ar. I o\. I- th. m the gabled 
window- of th-- .'hani;-l. Th.' u .-r front lias th. tower in the (vntr-\ 
witli tin- l.apri-i. ry am] chapel ..f St. Lonedict :■• tie- • ■■■■ 'I ■.. ■■■. -t 
entrance is >|, nlJ11 „ m ,.d by the eroeketed [-.'■.!■■ -v..b.:ni- -.|, : - 
boantiml carving- in tlie sp.mdnl. prouunen: m. .-:..' which is tin: 
eagle, emblematic of Si. John, holding a send] ■ -i > which i.a carved 
- In i.nin'ipi.i .-i-:l. v-a-hiiici." Over this door i- .-: !m»- window of the 



_ ! foliated cross at t 
The plan <f 



' the ,■] 

1 ai-|c- t <>;.-,.■ thtT 

nun the latter by an arcade <>t 

capitals of Anca-ter s-r-.ne. each capital 



■ -..■ ;.riiuro-c 
and uhcat. the 
liglcaf and fr 



h.a. ki .-ny. Lnthe-pandnh Let 
th'- arch.'s are carved, in 
:-■:.«. v. i. <|..:ni Ii-nn. - of angel- ' 



i:-.:--.U>Y. Tlie Chanel flight.-,] I 
-tamed glass windows. The alt: 
i- .-f inai'ale and alabaster, bv ' 
sculpture. Tlie architect of the 
Clifton, Lristol; the contractors 

Tin- el h is reckoned one of 1 

Catholic- have eie. ud m England dnimg 




failure --lightly 






MAORI WAR-CAXOE AT TACRANGA, NEW 
Wl-; are indebted M Lieutenant Rebley. of the o*th Regiment, now 
stationed at Taiiraiiga, New Zealand, l". .., the sketch of a Maori war- 
canoe, which f..rm- on.- of our Illustrations. The native- of the 
-hoi-i.snf the Ray of Plenty were not all ho.-tile to (he Lriti-h settle- 
ment, and the cam), of Tamanga w.i- often vi-iicl by large partic- of 
" ' r wilil peaches, for the purpose 



, bringing potatoes, I 



THE WAR IX AMERli '.\.-NLillT MAlJCII TIIROI'i.lf 

BUHOTHO WOODS. 
THE Engraving on our front page is from a sketch by our Special 

An i-t and i 'oro -pond, m with llie army of <e-u. r.,1 ],o,-, in Virginia. 
It- subject is thus explained by a -holt ev'raci from his letter: — 

"Stokes's division was one of those which were sent across thy 
Jane - K.v.r to ;.!■.,.!. Cnut v\ In- approach '. .■ !'..'.■ >i/.:iv. 1:; inarch 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON" NEWS 



AUGTT 



Fmnif.! :r< mo.l picturesque «c.-m- I have C ver witnessed. The woods 

ll; '' 1 '-■.':-!'! Iii'i- m many plae-- from -Im'H- thrown int.. thorn, and (he 
leudu thou. - lenpl i, r , [!.,■ [;,]| tree-, en-fine ,, rncl-lv glare up.n I h» 



«■ >' • '" Ki'-I -M'l y-.ii ., 



h-.r pleased. 'I'll.- woods abiat 

Ik- will -ave Hi. huio„d 'tr.'uu 
teatc. For miles outside (he 
i fearful hao- ur t.h- -Imight.-r 

unsuccessful efforts to break 




Heiiry Tomkinson, 
On the- 2Sth ult.. at Kil-i.y. N..nlii>ni]it/.n-1.ii-o. hv the Rev. C. Gilbey, 

Yuar. n-dstf-l l.y t J- .■ K.v. A. K. ; ,-u, f two-, W. WUhar,.-, ,,lr,-i L -i;iu a.n-1 

-"^" '■, "i t.iul-i iu'li. f iwr.ii.-r in.-. vn,n.;.,t .I.e. -ho-, ,,i U, H. in„i,- v , 

>:-()., «i KU-i.v. N„ mK 

0)1 the Srd inst., at i liri .t.ljitr. li . Lm.^trr--.:!.'. by the Rev. Drim.-l 

on WilLie-n. F..|. 




i:; ■ !■■■ Tiil. ver.r of lu-= i l( m. 

h: C T.-i:uig-ln-i-t- 11 -- ■ i ■ far]--. Ln.lv IV. n- ]:-\ T! . e; I . .i. r .1 

i- : ■ !)lh tar! .■( s. reM » .r.-nt-li real srim ..f ,1 . ],. l-'.]i.--n.. ■•, . K-<|. 
A. Irnidm-V, near tin. i-.-e. eh, Ye - \.l:i.:r.,i Ui-n.d-.-r. ill'-) Sil. 



IE ILLUSTRATED PENNY ALMANACK 

is: lug Twelve OriRinii) Dedpns 

T'X 



CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK ENDING AUG. 13. 







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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. 



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Though we did not attach much importance to the reports 
which have reached us in reference to an alleged attempt on 
the part of certain gentlemen in America In prepare a basis for 
pneiiic negotiations, the more hint that simh a thing wan possible 
afforded lively satisfaction in England, Tossibly, the majority 
of Americans may hesitate to believe this, in the present 
state of the public mind in North and South ; but hereafter, 
when peace shall have been made, justice will be done 
to the English by such of our Transatlantic friends as 
may consult the columns of this Journal, which we may 
fairly assume to represent the feelings of the best classes in 
this country. We have never ceased to deprecate the cruel 
internecine war, and we have all along urged that it might be 
ended without detriment t<> ibe honour and character of the 
belligerents. The statement that Mr. Greeley, Mr. Saunders, 
and others werc~to meet at Niagara Falls and endeavour to 
devise some plan for terminating the fearful struggle was 
listened to with pleasure, even by those who did nut believe 
that those envoys were precisely the persons best qualified to 
shape out a course of policy involving such enormous questions. 
The acceptance which the rumour met in America showed that 
peace was no longer among 

This " conference " has been as great 
which is fresh in the English mind. The details are not of 
much consequence ; but it. would appear that the war party in 
the North is very desirous to discredit and repudiate the effort. 
It is sought to cast ridicule upon the scheme. We see no 
reason for this. It can never be ridiculous to try to stop the 
effusion of blood, to prevent men from being slain by the 
bands of those who were but the other day their fellow 
citizens. And, so far as we are informed, there was 
nothing in the antecedents nor in the conduct of those who 
were concerned to justify scoff and sneer. It is much to be 
regretted that the tone of the American press generally is 
below the great occasion that should call the best pens into 
existence for the common good. Personality, j>e>:*iflii<? l \ 
swagger, arc all easy enough; but the public "guide, phi- 
losopher, and friend" should spurn the weapons which the 
\u!g;ir can use. We would bring no railing neeusnl inn against 
our American brethren of the press ; but we cannot help feeling 
that they have not risen to the work before them, and have 
been too ready to be mere repeaters of the idle and violent 
talk of the masses. Many of them have yet to learn the grave 
n>pi nubility at Turning to those 



Did the American pie.-.- and the American j.nlpil assert them- 
selves more loftily, much would be done towards a pacitie.it ion ; 
and though we do not address these words to fanatics, we 
believe that there are numerous influential men in the churches 
:n d connected with the newspapers who will receive in the 
spirit in which it is offered this reminder of how much is in 

In England an incident involving a failure often produces 
the most fortunate results. An inadequate effort in a given 
direction turns men's minds in that direction, if it can do no 
more ; and at a happy juncture more able men step forth, adopt 
the principle, and carry it out with success. In Parliamentary 
matters this process is very frequently witnessed, and the failure 
of weak men brings forth the energies of the strong. It 
would be good news in the two worlds did we hear 
that the end of the Niagara conference was but the 
beginning of a congress with better prospects. What should 
now prevent it ? It is the custom to answer all British 
suggestions with the somewhat supercilious remark that 
we "do not understand America." This is an idle phrase. 
What is there in America or in American affairs that 
an active, liberty-loving, practical people, akin to Americans, 
speaking theii language and reading their literature, should not 
be able to comprehend. And when that comprehension is 
quickened by an earnest desire for the welfare of the West, we 
must really be allowed to characterise the allegation of non- 
tmdc; standing a.-, a convent ioual impertinence-. Then.- is nearly 
D8 much ignorance among our uninformed classes upon foreign 
a flairs as there is among the .same class over the water ; but we 
have failed to perceive any mystery which cannot be solved 
by those who are honestly desirous to discover the truth. 
We believe thai our journalists understand American matters 
as well as the journalists of America ; and we are sure — we say 
it without vaunt — that those matters are more gravely and 
boliuingly discussed here than there. The real reason why we 
are charged with a want of comprehension of the case lies in 
the fact that there is a strong disposition in the West to go on 
blindly and take the chances— a state of mind, of course, which 
indisposes most persons to make or to receive definite logic. 
Fight l'n>t. and talk afterwards, is a maxim which has its occa- 
sional value ; but, in the present circumstances of America, the 
rule may be deemed unworthy of toleration. Let as sec whether 
it is not the turn of talk, and whether the fighting may not be 



tme thing is abundantly clear. The question of peace or war 
is in the bands of the North. The South asks to be let alone. 
In this fact surely the haughty Northerners may find an ample 
homage to fcheirpride. It is for them to say whether the sword 
:lmll be sheathed or not. They arc the arbiters of the situation. 
"J bis they arc bound to consider, Then comes the question of 



be too philo- 






honour; and although the Federals affect 
sophical to admit that this consideration 
of the war, and though they pretend to rest 
upon certain principles, we firmly believe tin 

to forget the idea of national honour. They would like 
victory because it. is victory, and they need not endeavour to 
be better or wiser than their Old-Wotld forefathers. But there 
arc such things as reason and moderation. There is such a thing 
as knowing how to accept a sit nation with honour and good grace. 
We have had to do so occasionally, and never more notably 
than when George III. recognised the independence of certain 
provinces. The nation would have liked to subjugate those 
provinces, but it was evident that Destiny had ordained 
matters another way. Therefore we consoled ourselves, as: the 
may well do, with the recollection that we had 









i hands with those who then. 'cnu-th became our 
friends, and whose friendship we are no! ashamed (even ami I 
certain foolish taunts and menaces) to say that we have ever 
valued. What, need prevent the Northern States from follow- 
ing the example of England? Will they place their point of 
honour higher than we do? Surely, what England has done 
the North may do without shame 1 

If the best class in America would rise to the work — would 
put down the war party, who will protract the strife while there 
is a dollar to be gained by the war, and will take the matter 
into their own hands, beginning at the basis of satisfied honour— 
we do not sec why we should not., ere long, receive news of a 
new conference, and, instead of such disappointing tiding* as 
have just arrived, we should not learn with hearty sal i.sfactiou 
that North and Smith had arranged ;i peace. May we soon have 



THE COURT. 






aval 

■njoytm-m of excellent ileal 

e Quei.-ii, accompanied by IViin-.'--* l,.y\\< 



a; I i.-bm-ii.- II. .11 .-, in l he ..■ 

On Wednesday w 

Osborne. The I'nac- 
Majesty. The Judge- 

ii t Osborne from London, and had an audieac; 



b, !•.... 

K.el.i. 



■! Time-. lay w. i-k 



Council, which wa- at tea. 

lie, Viscount Palmer-ton. Sir George Grey, and I 

I Heeps was Clerk id I 




fn.m rriitav. the -_"Jth ult.. :.- Timr-.lav, the l-'ith -.f October u-C. 
Karl Granville and Vi-cmint Pahi!er-t...u had andiene.-.. ,»f rj,,. Q,„. ..,,. 
by Princess bonis of 
Sir George Grey, and 
lded by the Cmmte.-w 
Hon. Mrs. Bruce, Barones., del 
Graney. Major-O.-nerid S.-vuK.ur, I',,]., .nel Sir T. M. Bi-Muloh. and 

Koy;i! Sovereign, King erf O-b.irne. The Queen embarked in tier 
ib.yal yacht Fairy, at. OsU.nie pier, at six o'dnelc. and, the yaeiie 
Laving been laid akeig-ido the K.-yal Sovereign. h-T M.ije-ty -O-pj-'d 
mi board and \\a- red-ived by (..'. .plain Sheraol < ).-b,.,ni and' Giphiin 
C.Coles, who was i.n b.. ;i rd by the Queen's de-ire. Captain Coles 
explained to her Maj.-ty the e, .n-tniet.n-n and arrangement of tb- 
cupola, and of the various pari- of i he .-hip. of vvlneh the Qne'-n ex- 
pressed great admiration. iCr Maje-ly. after m.-pee;uig the I'.oyal 
.S.veieigii. crui-e.t iii the Fairy ovarii- Ryde l-.'fore returning u» 



'I he J 'em 

Saturday 



On Sunday the 
;.; Winppmghan, 
1'ioMiiT.' olbeial.. 



.-, arrived at, 0-b..rn--, 



ad the honour of dining with" her Ma 

' last the Qu....-n, .'iceonipauied b\ 
Hesse, and attended by Major-General Seymour 
carriage and four. The Right Hon. C. P. n 

i and Trine.-- Louisa attended Divine service 
h. The Dean et YVc.Unm -*er and the Uev.O. 

On Thursday I'rinee fropold lai.l the fomul.uiou-stoue of a aew 
leliinetiy at hi l:..|."- Wahhani, ;n i I ampshire. 

The Queen, wiih it,-.- Ite.yal family, takes daily walk- anddrive-s in 
the vicinity of Osborne. • 

l.:euteimnt-Ge:i..T;d the IToii. C. Grev and Li-mten:\ir-Co!oael 1W 
Plat have.-nceeede.l Aboor-I ;.,:,er:d Sewnour and (.'ol-.nel the Hon. A. 
Umiunge a- Fquerrie.- in Waiting. 

TEE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES, 
The Prince and Princess of Wales and Prince Albert Victor. 

ait. -nd. d by the Hon. Mr.-. Stouor and Captain G. G rev. arrived a', 
Osloi ne Cottage, Osborne, ye-tenlav week, from Goodwood Hou, 

On Sunday the " ' 
Whippingham Chn 

n Monday the Prince, accompanied by 1 



Princess attended Divine * 

Prince J...iu- of He-=e, tiie 



Prince of Leiuingeu. and Sir .laiae- Clarke, and attemled by 
General Seymour. L.eiuen.inr-l leneral Knollys, Caption Ore; 
Captain von U'c-I.eru eller, in .-..■.•.■, |... I n, the Roval vt ' " 
ll-yal VVo.H.! 11,,-piru], ;U N.il.y, Hi- K.-v.d II _de 
nioii l.m.iii.- by Mai-.r-Oeiieral l...rd Wiiliain Tie 
\\ dbiahal!!. ar.il il tlie.-r- c,m e.-ted ^irh [i,- !„,-) 






I inn. an \\';n «;i- |- ifornied bj the I'rinee. Alter [he cerem...nial, ' 
Prince war- eondu.-ird through ihe establishment and m-|iei" L e.J ■ 
various wards. t'| k -n le-aving the lio-pimi his 1.1. .y a I ilielne.---p 
i.-eei! to Lie- etlieei-s' mi---hoiiH' and partook of hmeh.'iill. The Pril 

shortly after re-embaiked on board the Fairy amid the enthu.-i.i.-!.;c 
Cheer.- of the r-p.'elalor-. and rn iin,.-,l to OsboiTie. _ 

'Ihe Triuee and I'riuees- i. ; . T, , he ly re I. - run 1 .Irne- mine neigh- 
bourhood of <M,orie-; and on 'I ins, lay and UYdne-daj, last , aeeom- 

, ani. il bv the I'rinee and i'rinee-, I i, of He--e, tle-> eriu.e-d ;n t hrt 

hairy and witnessed some of ihe niaielie- m 1 lie Toy. d "I'aeiit S.peidroii 

Regatta. 

His Poynl Highne-s the Take of Cambridge arrived at 






Princess Edward of 



Their Serene Highnesses 

.V.'iueee!''" 

Ilia Excellency the Triuee de hi Tour d'Anvergiie left the 
,-eiieh rmim-ymi Satur.lny !d.-t for Paris. 

Ilis Excellency the Tnissiaii Ambassador and Ootmtes.-i 
,n.--..:rft" l.-ft Carlnni I U.i i-.-ton-ii n Sntiml-.y hi-t fer-t. Ie- ir 1-,-on-S-^. 

Count and Cotmiess de Flahanh have arrived at Coventry 

•1'he Duke and Ouches- of Lucei.meh ami Lady Yu-\ oria Seof.h 
'Jhc Duke and Duchess o! Noi-tliumbcrlati I left tott-n oa 



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Duke and 

Duke and Duche-s of Argyll have left their villa at 
Duke iin.l Duche- i-i' AilL.tr nr.- cvpectcd home 1'nrly in 

Duchess- (Kmily) of Beaufort and Lord and Lady 
Marquis of ALcrcom left- town mi Tuesday for 

Furl nnd Counte-.- Bus-ell 1,-fi I'cmbroke Lodge on Wedues.lay 
'!"]:»■ Farl and ( '. .nntes> of ' liircmhcn and Lady Emily Y ill id's 
'Mil- Far! and ('.mutes- of Derby have left SI. James's-square 
Lord and Lady Stanley of Alderley left Dover-street on 
Tlu: Chancellor of the Exchequer left town on Wednesday for 
The Fie hi Hon. I In- Speaker ami Lady (.'hiirloito Denisnn left 
'I lif TV mi ,,f Worcc-tcr left Boi/hampton on Monday for the 

MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE. 

The marriage of Tanu. ]i;,mu\.l,-.i,ei .'. F. ' ra lii.ni-Mn.wt, M.P., oldest -.., 









■-Admiral Sir Arthur F.mshnwe. K.C.D., was 



^ ■ll.o \\ijl . f .(,i,.., \\Y:: ,',i h.-MnM. !■-,[. I ,.,. M.I'. f.b -.. 



i ■.<_. ii >. ii 






l'\ the Kit ■_■ of Prussia'.- order ihe mist , ,mary prayer- for the 
During her Mnje.-ty's absence from Windsor nearly one 



during his late tour through 



o -i-'Uvi- .Mmi-i.-.. :., i!, ( . il, ■,;,-,,■.- n,.e.l..,ii. Tin: n.-Hiy-cl.vti.'j il-ii-iiicbi 
Adv.- fv,-, n -j\.j -.;., nim ,iiuicc that, iii consequence of a 

^ The !-"oi1 wnil. of boring:, hound thron-jh Mount Ccuis has 

A ] I' 1 I s i ! N 1 1 \ played al the 

•■■■<■••'. '■■'' I ' : viuui. , |,i ,,, , ,iu m ,., ,i, i ' h i, .., i ,;.,„,., | ,,., 

M. i,,:av_;.,,.i 'I .!,--, l;,v. ,,„ the Mi.Ltl.--s LTvuml. I.-liri,r;-.ii, am) ;i iii-ro <m- 
wit,, -::.:■ r.u,-..v, ■-. \, .ii.i:,--. \ ,-„,,! ill ; .M ,ri |.-U.i,e. ■ ' : 7i f j . I a.;.— '.Vi' i I,,' 

■■' !■::! an. I jr.7 ; Yi.rk-hir.' i'ma' aiel 




h 1 

Nothh.g eo;il,| 



w.j ..f ■ 



the largest crop 



a wasted and an c: 

Stanton, are item? which, cnm)„„ lu , ; 
no: veiy di-tunf peace. Mr. Horace Crccle 
will, it SCems. soon PuixT.-ede the \\ 
Bennett's orpin, the AV »■ J r orl; Herald, 
as our new.-pnpers have any time " 



the Northern citizens to recruit 

v, and the rumoured resignation of Mr. 

bined, give us some faint hopes of a 

Tivelcv and tin.' Pcarc IViM.a.u; 

War Christians; and even Mr. 

of the war a- hojvie-dy 

The North is slowly 












-lu.w a finnne-s' and fail h in the ir.^t K.-pubhe wh-eh 

s do not. exhil.it; and we constant Iv see placards of 

to-day which cither fade away into iintliing. or. like 



Iv ::h-h 
its own 

those brilliant sunny landscapes in a magic -ante 

to all the gloom and horror of di-a-ter and defeat. 

A new phase of pnhths has lately 
hern so far accepted thai until, as EO 

Mr. Benjamin Di-raeli Income- her Majesty's Secretary . 
AfVa-js, it will he our future ride. We are hi> longer to met 
muddle in Fur..,pean politic-: we are ;,_, abandon our friends -, 
colonies, whirh latter, we are to].!, are quite ripe to drop off i 
We are steadily to look !o the iieur chunce'of making un.>i 
enlarging our ttude; Manchester is to rule supreme; an 



■ people whi-per I 






aiiei,, | o 1 -IL- li.iUi-iel- Jon: 



veiy best way to invi 
general or merely load attack upon 
allies, is to advertise to the world at large that 
a iv not going to siiikc again. It is sometimes 
nia-ter- of fiction for n little lesson in life, and w 
Sir Andrew Aguechceh- and Bob Acre- were hotl 
nnd ferocious expression by the belief that their 

Saturnian reign is to commence in these hap'py 
he heating our swords into reaping-hooks, and 
engiiiedioilers, uiucti to Ihe delighl uf tlm-c kin. 

i . I - . ttivra after the last defeat, aredet 
gi-eat deal of f 



our Armstrong; into 
friends who look to 




hand " which is as noisy 

t only many members of our Royal 

at least, as is. indeed, but 'natural, i- entirely so in Berlin. 
It is well to find a perfect accord between two young married 
people. The wife generally holds even nnn.' strongly than the 
Lord of Creation to the political and -■\--\\A id-as win.-h he has 
expressed. "A- the hu-baii.l, -o the wife " is. ^ux- Mr. 'J'enny-on , 
and to prove it, our Pritue-s Royal, the l'r.v,vi ['rii,---. .-.f |"'i-m--m. 

a <W-.\-\ Crenadier toi ;!„■ Criliean 1'at ri. .1 :c Fund, wl! •■x\i-.\ ..' :r 

Berlin f ■ war i-ictinv-. illu.-ti at iug the valour and pro we--- of rhc 

. troops at the taking ..!' Jliipi-i and the -hmghtei 
! a. .tin ieatly-ai-med Dan.-.-. M.,„y of it- will wi-h I 
had found some other -nt.ject- f.,r her )"'ncil. No doi 
, will add to her popularity in ( iermany, where the Engli-li 
i both at a discoiuit ; but the notice jar- a 




London, and one that, if well conducted. 

conductor. At J.Jrurv Fane we shall have the , u ,,-t p overfill com- 
pany that we have had .-nice Mr. Macrcady's duv. M. W-. I'ledp,. 
Cie-wiek, llei.r,- .Mar-ioii. and Hernia.. Venn haw licai added lo the 
cum pro: v, us well a- Mi-- Insiicir. llo, Hoiiiitn \'-:dii ("'. V'onii:'), and 
Mi-. IIii.rvM.iiMi.il. '■C>ant n .dnie." •' Maclvth." ami the s,,roud part 
of " Ileiuy IV." will Ijl' produced, in addition to a new- c.aiiedy liy the 



;"'""-" 



f our ancient drama c of whieh tlie lale Mr. Daniel 
.le collection, " A Wife and No Wife," is not often 
-v letter as in the ca-e of Mrs. Theresa Yelvert/m, 
he sympathy of the majority of the public is 
^ide. and few decisions have given so ranch dis- 
me, obtained by a majority of three to two, which 
Major relveitcm and against the lady who has 

" the l'epuLah )f being lu, w,fe. She is h.-ld to 

Ireland and in Seoilaud, , he narrow!.-, i-caped being h-M =.» 

i" Fuel i. and the lea, hug journal -piaely n-sure- her that die had 

U'Uer accept thing- ,a. they are. and iv.-l and he thankful. 
Mi>. J>.ngwonh jieherion ,l.:e]ines to ral-e this advice: and 
until there i- an adjudication upon her now appeal in 
Scotland, where, we believe, Major Velvcrton will be per- 
sonally e^iimncd upon 
in England, woidd have 

celebrated 

"iwycrs would set. lo work ui the 
a'littl: less absurd in their con- 
dition, and a little le.-,sal)'e to (>■' broken ihr. ",hal will by t lie de-i^i- 



n pertinaciously seeLs ■ 
Yelvertou's death this c 
and it will Ijt? ius well if i 

make our mairiago : 



verton will be pe 

effect of I. is ng his cause, ii 

1 to he legit mm. ly nun., d t 



1 its doors last Saturday ni 'h 
"EtoilcduNord" toiihnusecrow !■ 
'or- "cheap night-" at Ihr M ij ■-:> 






Mr. Henry Miiiirt has completed an opera on tl 
ie surrciu'cr of ( ukh- ; and a new np-r ; i by Mr. J. b 
ad, will be produced I. vine Fngli-h ( >pela A ■-...." C. ':> 
-uimence . ■; erat > ■'.- in October next. 



THE THEATRES. 




the" fall of tl 

— such tableau consisting . 
fire,- and in most iv-pt-cts being the natural termini 
act. However, the audience w,-v induced to UJieve that they have 
been witne--ing ii thiee-act ih'a.nm. and. if they an- -ati-hed, w • know 
no reu-oii wh\- ihcv should be nirlelv itndei-eivcl. The story of t'l,; 
[.lay is domestic, with those ).oints of intere-t which plea-e at trau- 
-pulitiue and Fa-t-. nd theatr..-. bur which alV trea^'d at tin- th.-atn" 
with a -kdl and t'uu-h never att. mpted at tho-e. A franduient hank a' 
i- the principal charaei.T— M r. I ra ^ d'-v (.idniiral.lv i epp.^.-nted by 
Mr. J. W. Bay) who, at the moment of meditating thght, ;>u 1 aftc,- 
ofhee honi-s. is inrru-t.ed with twenty t u.-.u-and j.oiiuds by an old 
sea-captain, who die- of an ap-plecta- lit. bin from whose pocket 
:i ra-eally clerk abstract^ the drpo-it -reeeipi . This ..'ircuui-t.ano- 
cluinuc- all the banker's plan-, but place- htm at the mercy 
of his clerk, wla.-e departun- for the colonies he purchases at n 
large sum. '! hi- .Jerk, num-d Iknlger, i- vig.uou.-ly impt'i'Soniiied by 
Mr" Ceorge Vinituj ; and in tlie piogre— of the pi-ee he heomesth; 
pivot on which tlio iictaon funis. The acti.-u proper of the dram* 
begins with the return oi Badger from Au-traha. who, In'mg p.'.uii- 
le-S, fK-k- to turn tla- de|.o--i|-r.-cei«a lo aecnin'; l.y ;ui iitt-mpt Lo 
di.-cover the s„n and daughter of ihe ,,],] -ea-cap'a'ia. v.da. af -t irviug 
in humble lodgings in Dniry-lanc. at the pe— hop of .L.ua. Cliffy. 
'J his poor man and his wife, ivpiv.-ent.'d by Mr. David Fish-r and 
Mrs. H. Mai-ston. aiv interesting characters. Their sun Dan, 
also, in the hand* of Mr. Pouituick Murray, makes his mark 

and places Badger in the custody' of Ihe police mi the charge of 

endeavouring to' extort u ey, while he indues Paul and Limy 

latieral-oVo.-a'avid'. h, , \.\',;. M.u'k 1 1 -Xj . .',■■ iM,' JdniV-iU 
to his own daugtii..r. Ahda (.'ra^^di■v ( Miss lv,,nna Harnett]. Door 
Lucy i- impiTsomited by Mi-s Fanny ( '. .vynne, wdio made her first 
apiiearance in London, and a fa 



It opens with a scene 



extra, .rdinarv e..inp]eten— s 

winter's night, with Nelson's pillar 

.- pieman and his -on touting for 
''ng about 



Charing-cross on 

and tl e ehl . h t -I. - :- 1 

cii.-lulii. and the [ r children ol l'.,ptam bairweat. her wandering 

in ;- -t:irv']iL' condition. Th<' whole .-cue is very lifelike and real, 
nnd, indeed, perfect of its kind. Mr. 1'Vntou uevl give, us a .-c.-ne 
presenting a -cetionof (.,,ven;-eardc:i Ite-atre iiud the crystal c m- 
-ervaloi-v. which is succeeded l.y another of Mr, I'. I, I, .yd-, repre- 
-eii'ine i'aro-l.s in Pi ,.. ■iiiaker'-al le V. C'dfeadhurv. ;m 1 London from 
the hi. us,,,,,,-, where liadeer i- vi-ited U\ Crawley, and the 
Pi,., weather- by IJ.n.g-toii.-. Tin- h.,u-e Cra « ley alt mi it-ly [.ui- 
eha.o- and ha-' burned down hecuu-.- he =u-peets ,h.H Hie .lep.nit,- 
leceipf i- concealed m it. But Bildger, uu-a io\ h lie. has obtained a 
situation in the )M.!i.-e fon>- ; and, Cianing la v.itii the tire-origin-.', 
direct.- proeeixbii^-. and. da.-hmg through Ihetkune-. re-ene- the mii-Tt- 
Covet.fl document. The linal -cenc merely pre-an- the nltunal:' .tis- 
comtiture of Cra W lev t who. in hi- d:-t:re.-, is forsidcen hy his t->>0- 



!"■■], .1 ,i r. -liter), am 

chil.il. n. Lucy and Mark Livingston.- are id- l-d. . 

curtain fall- on a -a -'-factory c..nclu-iou. The piec" is n 
-1 ch celiipleleue-,- that its prolonged .-;ic:e-S .-cents certa.i 



erected by the .Suiters Company a'. 

.-.en \,\ Mr. ']■. C .SH.ri.y.et linlh.ol'-ruw. 
The chain..;.- have decreased in number in Swit /erhiud^ so 

Owing to the direct and rapid communication between i 'ohm 

nal Life-boat Insti- 



la.ly has presented tJ.-.nnu to t Li- 

','';■ i!',.'V,', ,'.!.,! ,",e,-l"i .'! am.'.i.l.ma.ie.l t 
fr. ,T. II. Hind, writing from 



.I^^^S^ATEDLOSDON NEWS 




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SKETCHES IN PARLIAMENT. 

TllK last faint shadow of the Parliamentary dis^lvinp; view has n 

length t .l:-.,).i- .oed, and ii i- only fair I " mv I hat .- -Mom Iri- a vies 
ili.^ohcl s-r. nluwlv ami lmgeringiy. l'or the tin--.'--- 'lavs h-fore th 
hist of the mi:!m^ of the l/over ][..iwe. n. .body .v,.,M re]] when th 
prorogation would ink...' place. Member- of i."i-v tt-ni) »...-r;iin..>nt . lik 
I-Ord i\;i;i-: ft dreaniv temperament .' like Mr. Kmglake ; ami c 
nervous tcinpei.imenk like Mr. Henm-y. went mi making tliej 
niTniK.".mcnts f. r set debates with a simplieit v and an ftp 
of hope of fruition a- complete a.- if they wove dallying with 
days of February. Nay, the < lovenuncnt -~ t - 

having imtuiili 'ally stages of at least ■ 
bills of tie year before then), ami wli 
clined to hurry 

• n— raceoi mom, wmiu 
3 Lords, L/i.>. although 
order? of [In. dav were hurried though nrr, evening ai nut: clipping 
pace whieli is characteristic of cur hereditary ]■— i.ku.>rs when they 
give themselves up 1 -£ Iv ■<- their duivef registering* ' ' 



1 bilk which." on th" face of thorn. would 



Ik- judicial 



appeal-., which ; 



ten days 

i on with eahn iiidittVivmv. ami pidgmei 

"i creep into August 

I they did not mind early 
ilk- ;!,. m V he id tine; f..r 



it, everytliing see 

is they had^eiigag-.-mem-. 
' "keep them in town for another w 
sittings am! smcl iarlv ridings as w 
late dinners, which, somehow or th 
occurred to certain foil; ought to \x 
Accordingly, with a resolute bin 

?!' ">'o! 1 ■".." k ! .-■ f ; ■ I ' • l':' ■ C ; , .^ , ",T , . ; ,. u I in 

Nnas hanging about on the two fir 



to portend i 
.- wii:-n ■;,'.- t; 



t Lord 



*pedh 



iLii.tMy 



I N.,as who «'..„ld lid get olf 
cli was mostly cinn'y. and 
apparently ••< t-t : boat -evking smiie c\-C'.'llcig ; ■ who w.ald take a 
place thu'e. and who would a..:, as it were, a- bottled.... lev f,.r huu. 
and so .-..w: him ti.e trial of n-.t bi\ nig any one to whom he could 
ivni— aft. r the manner of Parliament imn— h -;■ a nod of approval, or 
in acknowledgment of an appreoiat ive cheer, when he made ''tie of 
those i. nmer. mi- points with which he wa-. nf coarse, bristling. Fancy 
I^.rd Naa- bn-ti.ne! Fainter and fainter became his hopes, even oil 
the Tuesday. On that day, when lie might have believed that he 
Could have'had hi- siv, and have been delivered of all t lie virtuous 
indignation whkh has been now either wasted uv bottled up 
for nest vear, I" wa- ruthk-dv -acrdiced To the caprice of air. 
Ileiuiessy.' Ml. ai gentleman had hiougkt forward a vonianlie case 
of grievance, and h..d strutted and <tow.-.1. and r-. dly done his work 
verv well. hi- confidence being jiWltied by hi- statement, when the 
' " 'i he had so elaborat-ly and 
■ushed by the th.m l-r- 
Attoniev-Getier.-il for 
Mr. Hennessy, for the first time, pr " 
mentary 

l'-.:i.':ii'.d 






■t up was' demolished, overthrown. < 

stem fart- ilavt.-d up- .11 it h\* the Attonn'' V-(.f. alei 

^Jr. H.:a,e-v, f. .r the lir-t. t ime. pr. .Iial.lv, in his ) 
■air.v. l-.ked a trifle— it was but a 
iish .[iinhties of petty persev.ranee ai 
le was about to carry on his favourit' 
. when a calculation of members ii 
told bun that that would be a direc 
n.vtv members to Ik- had. and t 



. !:!■. v;n^ ; 



of inanitie.il. Tlieivf.-iv. he .-nnered hi- motion to be negati 
as soon as the next l.n-m.---^"minen';e.l h- vented hLs spleen 

appointment bv at once, and in the nr.-t p.inted maniie 

the House he counted, which ended in ■■:,>: of those enh 

i,l] ill 1 \ 1 i i -> n till 1 w 

Lord Kaa-- «;.i. h- d and waited, but in vain : lor -..me reasuii or other, 

w Inch doe- not 1,-j.d to be chr..nie!e..l, lie cnld n-r get into the «-,■ -,-, 

and at la-t he disappeared if an igTe-tninioiw manner behind th ■ 
Speaker's eha r end wa- soen no in. .re, allh- .ued, hi- motion lingen:-d on 
the pnper nntil r l ■ voi-v la.-t inounaits of the Session. 

On the Tbur-da\ a lemarkabl. oeciiiTeiiee t<",k place. It was in 
the aftem<-on. and" there were Certaudv not more than ten or twelve 
meml-a-- j.re-et:-. a:.d the G-vvrnn-n- wa> r..p-e-ented only by Mr, 
Layaid. wiier, l-.id Iidv >rd Howard, wh.. had placed on the pajn.-r a 
n.oti...!:, vory:u"di:-i in it- terms, with re_'.nd to einnrration f. Aineii-'a. 
vOsi\ r.lid in that, -.[npk; but earli..-t manner which beloiM's to him. 

,t they 



i),j,-s. de!i\ei-'d ;■ 






, a.- it would have kept alar.-ernm 
shaking. Hi- 'li-clo.-urc of the .system of kid- 
- — recmits for the Federal 



army, and his ine-istible 

and se.ty..-riiig.- of eu>igrant.s who, escaping the pcrilon- devices of 
crimp- who Lav., iemit their busine-- in the -e!i..ul of the ,-iave-trad--. 
attempt to mi ike tlu.ir labour in wli.u they believe to be a new and 
more favouvab].- ti- id than their own cmuin a.tf.>rd- them, struck 

liamentary sp-'.ab. that Mr. Layavd declared that the best, remedy 
for the evil waild be tla: di-o.-minaLion uf that addr-.-s- amongst tics,; 
whom it ne-i ..■■■ncenied ; and Mr. Ferra.ml. in his iaipukave way, 
a-ked if the f h ..'.■rumeiit would ra... print and eirenlate it hi the form 
of a pamphlet, i.'.v.i Edward him.- J ,f made an earnest appeal to the 



!.■■ reenai- ..] L'o--.|.. that !;i- 
next day (Friday,, and thai 
.via- had a.a amicable route-it 

' had drawn in the jiide'ineiit- 
he tune of their delivery by a 

I pressure f 



caluines,s riI1{ i ],.j Mi 






ne the arguments in a pavtdieard 
■ver, that, unless the day until four 
. not be concluded; and the Lord 

and sarcastic tone-, scaled in effect: 
over-ruled in order to add a day tu 

public duty would have induced 
ic suitor must suffer the delay and 






rn mineces-arily t 



lignified repose i 
1 r. Although, with reference to this ennu 




: influence. Still he does contrk'" i 



1'almerston to prc-ent himself with - 
clav maimer upon him. Ou these 
dally did so— the noble T/inl puts <„ 
counieuance beam-, and his whole d 
Hint he is in full blow, that the Scs.< 
that he bas made l 
tion to exercise hi- 



didlyi 



l during the v.u-a- 
. 'spk'u- 

,. , w ■-.. ■ ■ ■: .v. .- ■■■ i-ely ■■;,.,., ..,, ■:',.- | ,.■ 

monsof theSe -ion ; Vor, b\ a happy if not pro-arranged 

comeideiice, ju- : a- b" < : , .nclnded c.mie ike -..kmn raps of the cast dron- 
h.okine' me--cie'er of the Lords, wlio orders th-- Lower Home so ca. a- 
lierly and curtly to attend the J'eer.s imun-. Lately, as if he were only 
Sii|.pre.s--.ing. loan coiwidcration^ f..i' their feelings, ike p.aialties tk-W 
would incur if their obedience wa- not prompt. In truth, the Com- 
mons seem a- if they are inipi'c— 'd by :1ns inaiidite. for ik'yjninp 
up. and hurry otV .-.> fast and >... tumultiiou-ly, that they mob the 
Speaker, and some of them e-et into dillienlties with Lord ('iiarl.-- 



Tfie Oilee'i's S|«'t.'rh at ihe end of til" Ses,io:i ui :, v be ill ;t a oh. nkl.d i V 

called the curtain which drop, ,,,, the la-t scene of the long and 
varied drama ulueb has ]■„., n perf..rnn-d by her Maje-lv's aavaa'i 
at We tmiii-tcr. II might wed end oath i Id: ,e..,-.| which the It .man 
phivwrkrht pui ■■ inn. llie inonth r.f the i-!ei.i.'!:-i -whoclos-, his drama, 
as thus, ■• Yalcle !" lint then, to be accurate from the mol-l. it 
would be nece--ary '■' aid one word more— namely, " I'laudite 1" and 
that, perhap-, might not. alway- be (.-..uveniciit ^jv appropriate. 



mOEOGATION OF PARLIAMENT. 
THE QUEEN'S MESSAGE. 




'■ ' '. nl " '' '''V Ur "~. W/:l ^ieei, r ,J ,„,, ,, ,.,.].,, ,1 .,.,,-,. . 

' ' "■■■ ■■'■'• ■ ■'- I u d- f'eii j. ibiic sell-.- ;,■ ..■,!,.■,,,- 
,'.;•;■;■,■'■ l -\\ !, r _ '■■ '"'"'-' ;■, ! [ ,AU V'"'"i '. ! "-' eight spm-lni- of 
'■'■ ■■• . ■- in.- I'-Mi.c drum <■; 'ae ,1, .„,-. 1 he dc-ign. which comprise-* 
'J 11 ' 1 - '■-'•■ ~ >■ I' ■■•■••" l~ : "ah ami tw. .angels — ,, |, V M, l.;.| vvil .) 
htcvtLs, t. ...-.■. i ■■ ■: ■.:., j..;- ben so long engaged o[i (at l.-wi w 
[■'<'■■:■'■ !"■ .-■'■' '' - ; ' o.er-.-smt ,■,„,, oei.r..,- ;,,„( ,-,., . ,,-. ] ,-, . 

eathcdtal, and wli.. i:> i -..-, recently elected an A-oci ate of !h ■ 
loyal Ac,.. _. . - ■. .. c-wor!c has Iweu execute I by Ve„..tiaa 
«"' ■hi.ien, ■■■'!•■ .... .-i tei-.irey. ' aiee,.) \>.. Saiviati, to whom is due the 

abo now tngag'd piep iir i n g t| ; .- , l; ,,- nc-u..i'k: for the memorial .tio.d 
tothclate I'u iic- (A.ioori at W:mkor. The cost of the nwsnei, 
estiman.dat £7.a., wliieh does not iuclmle aue reinunerai i,a, for the 
design. Of tor. superior advantages or mosaic lor mural rle. ,,,- ;l i ...... 

■ specially hIi.-ii intended fo co.-r large s , i;1 ,.,., removed to a con- 
siderable .I'-tal.ee :,,,,,, i|„. cv ,.. L ]|.;re can !.; little .Irmh' m ,'; ■ aea 1 

ot jei-srms who have -.-,, works „f ;),,- kmd in Koine, V.-cc, 
llawnna. Momealc, almiich, and elsewhere on the Continent la 
richness ami foice.it not in florid and luminous effect the vitrified 
colours and gilding of mo, : ,ir » n Ht .|] .„.,;,,„ e.mi|iari-..a w.tii 
Iiv-co, while, in ihe wools f Va.-;\ri, it is "the only painting for 

"We have on a fr.nacr occasion remarked that Wren designed that ill) 
int.. nor ot k:- gi.-ai . lM -U rpicce should be tille.1 witk musams. Public 
opinion, or. we lcghl. rath, a ,. iv, religious prejudice, has, however, 
retarded Ike execution ,,;' decoration: ,,\ aav kind. Some iiiimtr 
years ago, wa-a, Sir .l.-lma lt-vn..|.l. | .e ,p, ,-ed, wid, ,uhe,- ,,[ Ins cou- 

len.pr.rane-, to punt .-nl.ject- ■ a the walk „f St. Paul's grat ,ad/. 

the hi, ■rale, Her Was l.e.etedl., Dr. Terra k, th- Lis!,, ,p , .. 1 I,.,,,,, 

that day, bca.r-e it would open the ,l,„,r to Popiay ! It is only of 
quite Itcelit >ea.-- ihar paintings have, except in v.-K- rare in-iaace.s, 

lr.cn a.laurte.i in,, , Legk-h 1',,.,, .,.„,, ,-,,,,,-,.1, =. the fn"-, , by t h- late 

Air, llyee, in ihe klouvh or All Sam'-, Mai 'aie!--rreet h.mm the most 

important cm. m f )k-. Tiie placing of - 

express approval of the Perm and L'hapt 
bury himself (for his Grace is one of 
decorations), j,-, 

highe-t sanction 



worth \ pvomi-c i 
it gives the highe 
cmljclli-slnnent of i 



future of British i 

lly. For our part, we think the 

l.lean and ('liaptcr. the committee, a.ad Mr. l'.-nr.s, uhe atvlut;et to 
the cathedral). Worthy of all human- na-ba-mg emieav. .i U ed to remove 
the reproach of our l.uiiiuished metropolitan cathedral ; and it v7oald 
be a discredit, to this wealrhv cit v, and ereii to the whole nation, it 
their efforts were to fail .-..lelv for want of funds. Yet, from kaveig 
foreseen the cl.oiim.es diilieull y and eeia|,l.-i:e novvii v () f the under- 
taking, and the gieat risk ..1 la.i.u- wiiuoiu -uih. knt profe.-uoad 
guidance, we Inn.; ;,^^) occasion to call attention to what sc micd to 
a- a. disposition toward.- a ph.oipitaie ekaee "f nrti.-t- ami api-la- ,;. , , 
for foreign aid. pat moie e-peeiallv we a-ked that, before any tin ii 
deokaei. pul.lieitv should be given :■. every propo-al. m order that, 
pukke ..pinion might he consult .d m ieg.,id i-.< that for the reah,-al.ioJ 
of which a pnl.be .-u.b-eription is invited. 

It would s.-o,ii that a different eoiu-e has been taken in regard to 
these drcoralion.s since our original remarks, of some eight.-.m months 
ago. Mr. Steven-, who declined to enter the original competition for 
the apse mosaic, has received a direct commission, and his design for 
the spamlnl ini-aie is, we see, the first actually e ' ' 

raised model o" " — 



scale, is also being 
from that the de-k 



with tic p,-op,,sed decorations co:eenlalt 
d for public exhibition. We c 

designs are only conditional^ accepted. : 



pab.icly evinbiEeii. the artist might, profiting lo pui.h'. 



In estimating the 



great allowance must bemad.; 

want .a practice among Kngk-b artists ,„ work- of the 
ky-tl.e-way, for this v.ay ir;,.,n, too many preeanl.i.ei , 
' ' Stevens is fully a 






s atyle a 



ha-' very ( 



Isaiah aie plainlv d. -rived from Li: ■ Prophet- a ;l ..i Sibvls of the ceiku ' 
of thePktine Chapel. There is, nevertheless, some originality in 1 h- 
working tan of the primary conception. I. ..stead of representing 
1-aiah as having writ ten hi.- propheeies oil scrolls, which are being 
Caiyicd oil' and |.ern-ed by maeuikm .yiii.-e- f,..r instance, in M loki 'I 
Angc-lo'.- ik-lj.luc Sybil— iff. Steven's seem,, to intend by his angel- 
rhat they ar.; hi.-avcnk- ine.s.selig,ei.s bearing the Divine revelation., |.o 
the prophet. It ma\ be remarked her.; ihat: the displayed wings of 
those angels compose wry ?\.-h< at.ou -1 v in the lateral portion.- ol tic- 
spamlnl. tli""L'h the device will impose tne ahemauve for sub-cplcd 
design- fur the eonv-poudimg space.- ol miner a mcHiotrmous la-petuioti 
of the same device, or eke a diversify thai can H'afOelv be rendered har- 
monious. Accepting what appear the obvious meaning of the design, 
we. -kali understand ihat Isaiah stoop- a -id.- in mi hi- .-eat caru.-.stly, 

the tablet held bv the angel 

" the prophet 



awfui imi.oic, i- i.,11 of my.st.kiy. 'J'he ang.-l ben, hug ,.oe 

holds u|. ijie index lingei of h i -■ d i-.-i rei I hand, a- 

" ddeof Isaial 



The angel bending 






: with whieli he i- -o iuteliily pr aaipied, 

' cm; ;ti 



head of Isaiah, which should first i 

by seeking fc 

:m.s detail- with which it is brought i 



amg to the great heigol, only, 



(-.■.n.-iapience is that the figure seems some 
' ' ' exaggerates ihe k-ngthv propnrljo, 

atativeof on 



scene, the lo]>].ing off of limbs, drapery, 
f course, inevitable, though to be avoided 
vkeve there is a conventional background 



(.,-. this gold one) the de 

O'leple-. :n itself, a- ma. h a- sculptuie ;,.-o. and not. as 



■ theol.jeet.on. i 



understand, 

in might have been t-ipectol 

is spirit ; but, from a tolerably 
extensive acquaintance with the be-t mural paintings on the t.'.jnl;- 

a!-o.:.tely certain that, unless the-e deceatiou- are caret". dly w.iel.e i 
aud eveiy -hoi t< ■(lining noted as it an-c, foi f ite.re guidance, inne'i of 
the -chemc limy b- gs ic.oitdy rh- .ppomi.ng. U'g have plenty of 
artists competent to ;!.e w\;k. but tta-y -ho.ii I be rcpured t.' m i-- a 
few pubmina.V o-ni And we may be ,„ -nail-.. | •.„ , ,-, l; ;.'.:• 
Il.an and Cliaptei t!, .t the pi. ,n in!, tided tnli.nvl, .., mil ,« | , , th-- 
propos.stl ,U-roi.itioi,s under the dir.Cam ,,! II ■■■,■■■. Id- - . 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



Crimean ramp.-hgm, by f.ii' ih-' 
rable for artistic merit, arc Iw.i 
picture- l.y I he late Mr. Luard. a y. .mtg m"t i.-t. « I'." died just a- he hud 

lM'Queen. amlV'o. 'oin.-<.itliciii i--i.tnl.-l, ".\ Welcome Arrival," and 
o | resents a pari vol ollicer.- in a lint. the wall- of winch are ow. red 
v.i;h engraving- ..f hu-.n-s.-'-ii...- from Hi-.- Ii.i.r-Tl< \'N-:i> L<>Ninr-; Ni->v., 
impm-kme ihe content- (.■!" ehc-t-'. cn-isiiug -d warm knitted <T •■ lung. 

in;.iN... ( ;.Miil"..rb:. ami a few nu.re --.it i nr;i) obj.e;-, -ufli us letters 

ami phott,.-raphs. In the other, eniu!ed " Neman,,- Hour-," we see an 
eniucmTed v"l. ■_• ..llino', h in- ai length ..m :i .s|u,.\s deck tended hy 
111- wile; flic sailor . ...ad | .;,,H-]!:."T-l-:-nl 'he Mm- ( I ill- '-f \; l]v j\ old. 
and a k.mbhird ha- almhied mi the dock, v<< wh.-lliM" the invalid Will 

ever r C i!ch an "earthly'" home appear.- doubtful, so weak and deathly 
'Ike busi r.f the Prince--- of Wales, l.y Mr. Mar-hall Wood, en-graved 



THE FARM. 

I Shm/of' 
Royal Northern Show 



: extraordinarily jg;ood ; 
at the Eoyal Northe 

Kii!i.ar..inie-hn-..-. banH-hoe, an. I Morayshire, which 



. Scotland. 

i cattle in 

Aberdcen-mro, 

was held last 

Mr. H'Comhie w';i? ver\ successful wnh UU 

cows, and hcihr--. hm nui. with Ins bulls. By hi.- victory of last year 
he secured the hluek-po|Jed cup, wlncli rerpures to be won three 
times in succc-mou. ami he now beg-Lii :t new winning .-cm-.- with a 
livc-_\. ear-old iw, Laisy. F- ut i«. who did u.,t appear at. nil shaken 
l.v In.-, M-a trip in ami irom Newc-i-i].--, hy.ii ;■!:,.■ shorthorn cup, which 
ftir. Campbell hud turned in bsC 1 -:: with Scarlet Velvet and Diphthong. 
the latter of wlumi was first in the extra slock class. The great 
intuvst. however, of tin.- -lay c..Mcenirar.ol ...is the fat cup. h.-r which 
jM l . Si. j. hen's, t.t Cong!, I.-.-, liuve-year-- 'M p.. bed bullock ; Mr. Moir'.s, 
of Tarty, three-year-old ('iu--l,rol .-!.• er ; ami iM.r. Adam's, of Raima, 
two-year-old 10 — -hied steer (which wis bought in tin: .spring fur 
4.'>s--'.b were left in to the last. Each of the in I;;-..--. Mes.-r-. Colhe, 
Peugmore. and 'J'. c'w.iu, took ;i separate bea.sf, and. after a con- 

, an:ed ;!;e d;.\ again-! in- y..;.ii» ri\al by !«■. to une. This is the 
first tunc this prize has been v.m by a pure-bred bollock, and the 
decision was not a little tli-ni.pnintinV [■- Mr. Mmr and his fci._-j.iU, 
a- he only needed cue inure victory to enable him to hold the enp to 



The I-liehland Society have held 



S;.. 1 i:. I!,!- 



a very *a, 
if- 1,11 !-. 



,;.!.[ J 









i Stirling Park, and 



Ben Lomond, Hen Ledi, ami the Uchill hill— made up a beautiful 
loej-.L-TMimil. 'J.!..- na-|..nnlii\- of ibe \\ hole scene was iucrens-.-d by a 
b;,n.l of nearly thirty |n[H:r.-. Among the slit>rt)i..nis there wen? very 
t- w T...-_rli.-_] f ntrit -. a- rhev w,.r.: enva/ed i L . aiei h-nuo at: the Y"...rk- 
sh.re. Twosla.n!;..in bull-, l-'orth an-l d'lnr.l l.'berry Tmke, wen: h-.mt 
a- o:d 1-liehland S.:en:ty wLinsers v> claim the ;_\.ld nicdnitu modal. 



aide in the An-us cla.--. i 

years of aye. and with hardly a 



le Mono ciTand _.., the f_:ill.»wa> - : L'oUy HiU 
>..:■ Avi-liia ; .'.!:. Maic.-iui'- l>aii 1 1'« n m and !::■. tinee 1 ■_ i.:-_- lu^hland 
.-..«> of istll-;; l( ,n.- of ■,!. em Mr, Md'hto n- eelebrau-d IVrth winn-yi. 
ind Sir Waiter Seott ;.- the Kin- of the Clydesdale ouce 



, These 




Mr. Stirling's Royal 
poor feet," after his 

v.-vear-ul.. bull class 

"quality bidl" Next 

Baron Crossley, 

Prince Li-th al«> went down before a small 

the Duke of Buccleuch's, and 

the Dnroj! (..-..-.-!■ c one wa.s at Kcwca.tle. That tor tue cows, in 

winch Messrs. 31 e'ei^ll s Mi.tletoe was iic-t. witii Third Duelled of 
Lancaster, a hi-ii.!> -emmended J:-.y ;! ) ,:,v,v, s.-|,., : -. i:iJi a ],,- :l tr..m ;. 
very nice roan of Mr. Barclay's, Seraphina. third, and Prmee-H 
ol l_thel-lai;e eeiamended, and - The Qu-,.-), - ami " The Maid " not 
mcntionetl— w.i- a':-.., hard to understand. An insh heifer was beaten 
by a neat, level. ;md substantial Qno.-ii •■( Beauty, second at 
Newcastle, atai belonging to Mr. Lambert, of Hay-lou Bridge, 
thus makniL' the -eeutid vi-.-ioiy for Bn.-h-h shorthonts th.it; 
dnv: rather a per otl"set ft.]- their h>-:ivy defeats at Newen-t!e. 
Mi. v,j, Mitel,, a, J'duebvll and Ka-ie'- I'ln'n,: u.dked ill deei.ledly 
uiiead i.f evcrytl,:;.- i..r the yariine;dieifer cla-.- : Mr. Douglas ihin.l 
as at iN'ewca-'lle. with his much yuimger " I'rmcess." It was aline 
etv-iive very few were absent. 

i Pa.ten.oli, of MullUL-n ; Mr. (.biodlet, - if Bobhau ; Mr. 

Mrmbietton . niitl a comparatively new e?Jiibn...r. Mr. 

1 .he Them, uea .nnj; ;:h- ie i !;...' 

■ ■ ' ' " ' Ivi ■- 




winner^ were pureha-ed liy 

rind Mr. Parker,, r. w;it in ahead of his' Grace. There Y 

■ar-old heifers amone' the lii.e-hlander- ; but 

time ef the year, which take- oft. sadly 

--■''- "pagreat sh-.\v. v, ideh 

wcaatle. Lord Clyde, 

res with Victor, from the 

rofMr. Clark -third. Mr. 

Bechamel hcailol D-: mai-e-ami-foal cla-- with a Very gooi une ; but 



j Duke 

Kelso, wa? only second in the class of the meeting 
Ken. Pegery— a perii.ct model of the bi'eed. Mr. 

■ r.Lnet to „av. ,in--i:t for his health in fb.-i manv ) had ii 



Mr. .Stirling's, of 
.-:■>■■ e:raiid 

ail wmen had been 



";"'.'■' 1,'y 



Park'.- !ii-st-prize Perth mare (wliicl 
but once) aiiiMUg the entries hi the 
wlis head in the next two classes, i 
ft m firsts, three seconds, and foi 



da in thia and the Ayrahire 

artier Lcio.-sters the two Me.-r,-. Sim]>-on bore off, as at 
the Li-eater part ol tin- pri/e- ; and Mr. Purvis, of Bunif..rt. 

hv ■-■:;■!,. i- -ee I |„ J^., r ,l ] ',,P V art h in t In.' ave i.i...e ut t he 

•ale ii, ^eptcinb-r, cmiie out well uiih his ewes. We have 
' •■'■■l- .-ir-u-er a-, a lot. Mr. Rrydun had three lirsts an 1 a 

■ I ! I" -, v, Inch were ere-nci .illy g.iod, the new habit of 

I i ■ ■-'! fa v. a ie. Mr. Scit Skirving pretty nearly 



teer. in Ihe tram at p.-rfar pared Hie wry f.a- inm. and !,: Ii el ao 
.-at. en to -]-?ak of. i';|...iiee-!.--r-iiii- 1 . a--.-:T- d r:- I'-.r.-.vel 1 eh irter 
he pey.-ur, of Mr. PeaV' Bmwu ; and Mr. C \V. Hanrhou, ti..m 
and. ,|,. -ir,,y.-d I lie l.r-t-prb'.e hujies tit Air, Cib-on, ..f \Vo-.hieU, m 



Mrs. Perg-ison Blair 1 



> t,f ihe ( ■,in-be .d bi.-n - wiili ,. 



1 son ; ami Mr, Fir.dlav, <^ Iv^terhiH .who i- .pure lb-- Wainman 
Sc.rJa.n-b. Mr. Waiuman. aid Mr. j'lnlp ( wh<. ha- the Can-head 
>ed). were the leading winners. Mr. Sieiler. ..■!' N'orom Main.. 




Lord Fitzwilliain \vi _.. 
Lord.-, where be alone raised his voice for the 1 
i. Le commented with as much freedom mi tin 

' " I tl' l i l . 11 ,,' \\ . 

Ihe -UCl.'tVOWCSSOI 



Uoberl Wa'pfle. 

^dnuni-ti-atiw: laet Ihe siiciety 
admirably a.s ever, although In 

Next year the meeting will be h. 
to speak, of the norilicrn Ib.eldai.d-, 
itself to Plymouth. 

MacTnrk, 

ta-lle, biiicolnsiun:. upia-M ins iue-n --.,..■ . r -.] ,. ,,-.i character by takim-.- 
ti.f lir.-t. pn/eot £Jn f,„- bolls ol any ar/e. lie h._- :Tn >vm,i rh- Duke 



tdi. niar-halii.'d bis forces a.- 
d in for space. 
raeBS, the keystone, so 
Royal English betakes 



of {.; ration's, ].ri/eal Norlhauipt.an 



iv arse. Me Ii,l- al 
tins mouth (valne 



(valne£2») for the beat 



and no -saddling paddock 



NATIONAL SPORTS, 

i no clerk of 



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People seemed wnoiiy 
,' marie Lord Zetland 



the Derby, wa- Coughing, ami burl 
haded f.Vthuith at 2« to ] for the 
ti. fo-,- L -et the Northampton nnmii 
sueh a much better Cup favoiut 
Lupin, had not been at Gondwoi 
s-aaii.-hcd U>r-1 Clifden and liaeke 
second with East Lancashire, wl 
the ring. The Range,- i, ro ke t 



-aeh eases. Stra-h-iia ua- a.m.--. and Queen Bertha fa; below her h inn 
and. in fact, the w!.m!., 1,.,;. barring the winner, was rather Weak. 
Kmebi i.f Sm..wilon ran kindly it, the Ibu-inc: Stake-., always memorable 
;..- ihe muc for whiih Plane! beat Van Tpunp : a\^\ 10-eliig C,-nlinned 
h ; - Pi-idon SlLike-' pu-it.i..(i with ZiUnba-i. in the Ab .'ieeouib, aiid 
1'f.lh.tl oA' a good stake for Badminton at last. King f ieorgo and 
h'arew.. 11 wen both their races by a head, and a -lav otiiiiei finishes 
ha-- s,J.J,,i„ b,,i.. n seen in this 1 ,ark. The- ring i : od l.i.'t > I against Lord 
l.bnlee. -S:-;. I'.' lb., in the I be- 111, III , , inn ng 

wed tMi-warti when lie -track, into the he-].- of s.-.m-.-thing befor-: him, 
and -ell a ad im-lnpp.al ().sb..v[ie. who had a -Larr<ay e-ea[.e h,,th fnmi 
;]<■■ [ail aodil.ebo.aisMi ( hehi.i--e- behind hn,i. .\, ,ue n g '- c i:l kick ha. 
a'tei.ded the three " ribbon- " la-t yeni'. ami one haoile dare h,.pe that 
Lad (.'hide;, can tcg/am bo St. L:^e,- j,,-,,';.,,- ;j, t !a- I V.uc i-ior Cup. For 
a wmimI,-!. Caller Cu did not appear lor t he gue-n"- 1'late, and her Liver- 



tnar. weary corn-so. ihe N .;i>er> Sr.a ke- ,v;i- won by Che;. .;> wvight, 
Yiet.iriMus, p^t. : but, uiih>vtiuiatcly, be is nor in the Derby. Blair 
AiiiMl's van met. we hear, with a .dug!,; accident on it- way to the 
statuan ; but the ehe-iuiit was nor. injured, and barely i> tit t was 
obtainable about, hint for the St. Leger , win Jo ScoiU-h Chief was 
hardly so much fancied. ivo/ryThmg; betoken- a very spirited St. 
bce-ei. and the ( 'erpo.-oion are making g-r-at improvements in the 
Orai.d Stand and inelo-ure, to be read) f.. r i.n vlr e.-io..;--. U ,s n ,; a. 
little sjne-nkir that ihi. !mst three f;i.\ ouxiles .-honkj. bekmg; to Sc-.tcli- 

A. -cot is dealing- m.e.-i h.b.:ivdlv wnh the wealih which is poured into 
itscofEera. An Alexamlra Plate, with '.leiun added. [-. it !.- -aid, to 
be enu:n for font -vear-ol.ls, ami a thousand [.- to l.,e added to the 
is to become a Ik." h. >:. race, as well as 



iTwo-Vcar-Oitl Stakes. This is tnUy " 



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,S[KiL.iiiaii l.y Alxi noiliy ,v..-iv next, ami c.mim'.mlail ; ami First 
Wlii;,. who nov-oi lookiol Kitor. woo aiiothor [in,,: in wiucli tiio 
caodidates were oblio.-.l to jion|i . thoni foncc and rail. 



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■ struggle 
; ali.ady 



on the l.irtle Belr, would attempt. | 



the Little Belt, and its 1 
tunlly shut out the iusu! 
Continental provinces, 
object of German policy 
The Jutland shore, of I 






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SCENE 



ton ooiTi"-pon.l.'Ht. hit, ly 
Mnvni-.- at tin- ■. 1 11 : i ■_-- ■ of 
Mj-Vl. Itahrr. in Funen, 
for the sketches from 
which our Knii-ravi jilts 
.-n-o made. The p-ini ->f 

MM.]. Uahrt Church, near 
the left-hand corner in 
the foreground of the 
land*. ..]"■■ shown in tho 

's. From tin* point, 





S T. 

Fredcricia, whose citadel 



looks the Isle of Funen, 
the Belt, and the open 



cliffs beyond; several 

winduinK. i'hIi.it olinn- 
noy=, nn..l tall pilars, 
rising above this line. 



SCENES IN JAPAN. 
Two fresh Illustrations 
of Japanese life and 



Special Artist at Yoko- 

diers practising their 
fencing exercise. Their 
faces are protected by 
iron masks, their bands 

" " - bodies by 
p'aU> of 

w-i, V:-7 t 

activity, and deal each 

mendous blows, now 
and then uttering an 
awful yell, which might, 
in a real combat, fill 



high rank, with his ser- 
velling in pomp along 



Miako. Tin- 11 



north, our second En- 
LTiLvuii- r^ncho- Snocrlif.il, 

Austrian division. It is from this village 
of truce aiv '):i.i!v ri.niluL' nciv—: ami 1h to. exactly opposit 
delfalirt. the Au-fnan- have an ciLTht-i'mi bau.-ry. nn.l. a little more 
to tho ntibt. ono of f.iiu- ■; iu-. Ju-t 1- y..n.l tin- i- Fieilorieia. shown 



from Middelfahrt. 






! left of 

f land mst opposite to 
five English miles 



v< al.oni Iui'ii'i yards. Tho Funen 

sloping down to the sea. lh.- hiHio-i. 
n being scarcely a hnndivd U->:\ above tho water-level. Hero 
:re grows a wood of beech-trees ; or the low thatched entrap; 
peasantry cluster around the great farmhouse or gaard, 
= a]vicion«'quadran^lo of -rail- and bam" : or we come in sight 
square white tower of the pan.-h rhupa-h. which usually stands 
jii the top of a hill. On tho Jutland side is the town of 



-for naked steel is not liked by t 

"Oil I ( i 1 linl ll | u 1 11 I I 

i the bonrci-of The norimon. followed by t 
liOse=. wniiout wliM-h rio oilicov of rank ii'a\vl 
MTiniks ami a <a and nii.'.ii whuh various ari icl 




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GOODWOOD RACES. 

GOODWOOD has long i,f-cn c ;,:,:■,,;.■] for lli.- iK-auty of its cnj- a- 

Tlu- Coo,] wood Cup. «i,!r],'n;i- «.,,, l.v M. Liiyin'- I'olhir, l-eatine" 
East Lancu-lnre. The U;ir,-_-er, Ib-lvi-.x. Strnd.-lla. CJii.t-n Fkitha. 

Clemlusk, I. -.Hi...- Stag. Lord 7j. : : 1,,..:. I. .,■.■! F>p- run.'.:. pv-.i,[- an e-jue-- 



'I'},. hL'.iv ■ 
Mr. W. F. 



•ril. 1.1 Cui 



The Chcsb'riicld i.'u|i is a. group in 
oxydised silver, reproH -nting a knight res- 




\\'.,r0...-!.l-lniv Stakes he 
Exchequer, wlio received a year uiiu uiu. 
Ill the Goodwood Cup he carried 'J-L. and 
won cleverly by half a length. He was 
bred in Fr-moe and i- by iKl- ex.patnat.e-d 
Flying D> 

> him again last Thursday 
1 and care which his Fr 
appreciate so wi " 



Kitchener. wh<". 



LAHli;>- LAWN AT COOI'WOOB. 



with a large number of elegantly- 
ihe-sed women seated ..ii it.- grassy tenae.-. 
"e6hade of th L neighbouring 



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VOLUNTEER FESTIVAL AT 

GMMSTON PARK, YORKSHIRE. 
We give an niustration of the festivities 
which took place at Grimston Park, in 
York-hue. mi Friday, the 2*Jnd 
Lord Londesl>oroiigii. who b the Colonel 
i.i Lieutenant-Colonel of three local corps 



,.d '";■■ |..:.i!::v after a lhmjiJ field-day or 
viewn- arliishoii-e. Gniiist.-n Had. m" the 
-.chl-urliu...] ..,i Tn.kM-n r, is pleasantly 



, secluded alley of dark 

1 ts of the twelve 

Ride. The ob- 

r the highest part 

ibo d.'!ri..-ue, oommaii'b a panorami. 
liles in circun; 






vcye.1 f r. -sn their mustering- places, by -p.-e.ai trams, and were all 
.'^i-inMnl by ab. at ne-.n. win u. .ifter partaking of -nine refreshments 

ii.-|-etHi;_' officer. Clone! Harrnan. and the Colonel, Lord 
1,,-udesbon.ugh. On tin: ground w,.-re the Hull A i •■ i I lory Volunteers 

rj-l-t), under Lieutenant-Co]' -m 1 la-.- ..-,. : : a-..l Major Sprate- ; the 

Hull Kitlcs (2471. under Colonel lYasc .,n.'i Ma'.T bannister: the 
Searl-rough Artillery i.'nii. under Cq,-;,... Lay..-; tin- bt Wot York 
bilk- Volunteers, mi lading cmpaim- ii ■ ■ r 1 1 V.-i-k. Harrogate, Seiky. 
Knares borough, ltipon. and Tn-lrasier. about *-■ »* • in all. under the 
command of Major Harrison. There were also two (run? and their 
*- " — i Scarborough, giving a grand total of 1223 



s tool 





Captain and Mrs. Egerton. Mr. C. Sykes. and 

officers who had done duty during tin.- .'av. Silence having 

,l,im-.d by 'he beat Ml gone, gr.n, «;,- Mini: hj the girl- ... i 

maintained by Lady L-.n-i. -1-r L mid then the volunteers 

provided for i iM-m. The hculth of t In- Queen 

11 I [1 V N Vohu 

a by Colonel Hanaan, Captain Lave, and 
Lieutenant-Colonel Lease. The laM-named 
gentleman then propi.-ed the health of Lord 
l.-..ii'.le-bov..iiL'li ; Major Harrison propi 



Lady Londesborough ; 



Bannister paid the >;i compliment to her 

Ladyship.'- mother, ll,.- I ). -wager Duchess of 
Beaufort, lli- Lord-In p. m returning thanks, 
said that he was proud of U-ing eonnectcd 

volunteers; and he- eonld assure their, that 
I-adv Londi.-l^rough had a L'reat claim to 
their attaelnin.-nt for the manner in which 
-he cared for the volunt.-er movement- tshe 
had giv.u a l.eantifid silver eup to \hj shot 
for by the rifle battalions, nml the prize 



adyship had .jiv.ded the prize, 
giving naif the equivalent in value oo the 
artillery. He only tru.-ted ta.,t lie and hip 
wife might be a- well 1h k.ved in that County 
a'' the IJnche.-s of ll.-nntort and l:er family 
were iii Cloui-e-tershire. 

The volunteers s...un afterward* kbt the 
nding-clio.-d : but. previous to ihe.r .le- 
panure. indulge.! in dancing in the park, 
where tea and cotlee were- supplied. Soon 
after seven all had left Criinshm. after 
having given three hearty cheers for its 
noble owner and his lady. 

On the Tuesday following Lord Londes- 
borough fea-t.ed In- truantrv to the number 
of .Moo. -.'athercd fi.-in the districts of 
Ta.kiieUT. Si-lby. V-.i-k. Hull, Whitby, ami 
— i bis large r --■-- 



THE MAGAZINES. 



lusion on " The Literary Influence of 
Academies." Those who are acquainted 

will not be -nrpri-ed to iiud him looking 
to the French Academy with a sort of 

)-.. gret th.it Engli-h literature should never 
have been subjected to i he -alutary regu- 
lation of n sninlni- uintiKioii. He seems: 



Frenchmen. It is possible 
standard of taste upon b 



external authuiity. 



....._„ m o? 

that kind: helm.-t-. shields and suit- of mail, halberds, battle-axe-, 
lance-, and Mvr.pb, <i-o.--bow-- and e'an.- of eiinou- Muliqiie device. 
formiug a series of mo-r valuable illustrations of the hi-torv of 
warfare ;tnd medieval an. There are some good jjurtrait- ' and 
other pictures m ,.]„. ditferem a;,.-,i tmeuts and the y.-lkw drawing- 
room has a set of furniture, made enlin.lv of ivory, gold, and 
satin, which belong.-.! to U'am-ii H;i-liu."- when f lov.-rnor-' Icueral 
of India. In coiiue--fif.ii with Cnm-t..o 1'ark it may be ob-erved 
that the church, re-tore-i bv the pix-eiit Lord Loiide-boroiiLdi in 
memory of Ins late- father, i- worthy --f U-ing iu-j^cte-d f.-r it- 

airliner! untl fe.il niv- . rich w l-i-arvin-/. and -tain- .bghe-s w.inl'-w- . 

Mr. (!e-, oge Slimv, of S ; ,.l.lleu..|-|.h. l-.-iug the architect whom hi- 
l^i-d-h.|. Iei-eni]d.,ve.l there. Such is Grimston. one of the n-.'.l.-t 
of the rural p.dno.-- ..t the north of Lnglaud. ll- owner. I., -id.- 
b.-,r.g ., lil.e-r.iJ pati-.-n of the volunteer movement, hoi -is the flag of 
\ loj-Admiralof York-hire as e..,, lU , ;llll ier of hi- \a.-ln the Albertin.-. 
match of the Royal Yacht Club was recorded 



corps. :m. I mount. -d on ;i eli;,i-e,r, r..-!.- up us s- -on as Ihi- tro.,|.s we-re in 
po-itioii. acx-oinj.:ilti..,l b\ I'ol-.u-'l Hurimii;. Ca|-t:nn Tbola | -oil . 1-n-t 
York Militia. \sho a--od n- Mm-r ,.| M, ■;;.■. ,de ; am! M.,ior Sail marke. 

Lady L. 



: poured volleys on the attacking party ; but 

it u tlly Ml hack, and then, with tin-, r f. ■',■-. .'ouiinenced a very orderly 

• ■in- ni In (irllnsfoii Hall. A tempting and plentiful repast had 






u,.-t ia-.-fullvd, 



We have now to relate tin- proceedings of the volunteer 
Cnui-:-.u. whan w..- :},. : -eeoud -„,:.,-,, .,, ,, t lus ^.rd-bi.,'- 
tbe assembled mem^r of i he corp- in this ,,];,<,-. l M 
V„ re i-evi. we-l in a part of CnuiH.on I'mk din, -lb < 

manBion. Plus tin,.- ili.-v mcl n, a piece of g ml i,e,ri 

Ii. ohv.iv ' lation. uln.a-e Uielv i -. a large m. ad.e.v. hound. d 
bv a small river with ;i hi^'h haul". ai,-l on tlie snle u<-are 
by a gently-rising ,,;.,-,,- ifgroan-l and a d- . p waterco,,, 
A rough young ln-tree liruoy pkn.te-d in fl-e >od and - e 



meeting at 



■ of sherry, which 



Lord Loiidesbot-iiugh in Egypt. These 
f some tree- partly ineluikfl within the 
?sque effect. A (HHl-gnllon 

clii'V*'''- o'f 'une-'hi full 



.- the hand of Mi 
us far charmingly 



-:y re-purean aiitlai- 

discontented if it dues not in- 
terieie with all their p...bt:eak and social, 
ami municipal relation.-. An Lngiislunan 
is imj.atient of control, and derides all 
attempts to dictate to liim. No doubt the 
French east of mind ha* it- advantagt-f) ; 
and Mr. Arnold is quite right in calling- 
attention to the high standard of seeund- 
ratc literary work m Fiance. But it is not 
for the citeouraL'cuicnt of this sut of thing 
that literature eM.-ts. Mr. Arnold is weU 
awaie that French literature, so admirable 
in the production ol light ware for general 
u-e. is lamentably delieient. in originality. — 
in greatness of any sort. When, for 
example, he eelebi'n'e:- the \n-t intiuence of 
the Fretn-h plulo-oph.-r- -,-f tin last century, 
he should remember that, with the exception 
of Koiisseam they produced no work of 
abiding value, and that all their ideas 
w-ere borrowed from England. We do not 
accuse tin- Academy of having stunted the 
vigour of the French mind ; but we -k. think 

existence "f the other spring from the same 
innate tendencies ; ami that exactly tlie same 
causes which have rendered England a 
commercial, a conquering, and ;i multiplying 
nation, will account for the i xubcrance and 
defiant originality of her literature. We 
fully concur with all that M r. Arnold says 
of the exquisite propriety and urbanity of 
French men of leti.-r- : but. in the dearth of 

qurthties remind m of the -.Id saying that 
the French would he the be-t of eook. 
if they only hnd meat. "Wives and 



let .-«.n. 



X£c 



Irish tale, graphic, but i 



1/ I ll _ 1 i d tl i h 1 i t tr i g 

u, ts. Mr. KiiiL'-kv e-outinu. - hi- .-lory with hi- u-u.d n.pid ,.g.-ur 
d all evident sense of pl-.i-i,;.- in anth-.|-.-lu| ., with w Inch it i-t.,.-id 
It- -vmpathi.-e. "A S-ii of the Soil " i> ;il„,o: the u-Ual k.vei this 

-nth. "South Slavonic Ci 'lies " [< ; , very inter.-! in- }.aptr, 

iitainin-: the fruit-- of much n^. -ligation on the -p.. I. Mr. Leslie 
- written well on the prcti-.us metals, and Captain Kindlys on 
my. " A (o.s-ip nl«..ut Lochfyile " l- elit.-rt.ouing. 

to "Ensign 11 it npi.e-u-s, uoiild , 
hal.lv have -eair.ed the Queen's pn/e if he had m-t - h-rii so foolish as 
to take soda-water and I. randy nnlead of seltzer and brandy that 
forenoon ,,!,,, i- with hi- hn.n.-au'i^ ich." 

i'.lmj,,,, »«t I- ,-ather henvv. i he l-e-t arti.l-- in t' l.-mg Ii.ev-.ry 

eu-ii.l. mm. v, .■! the I'el.hcS.-ho. I- lie].orl a- ll relale- t- Kiifl.y 

and Harrow. Mr. Lcwe-'s Ari-loile is analv-.-d. and \iel.-r Hugos 

gjoli -que work on Sliak.-pe.ir-- cu-ured wilh just hul. not ul^ks.-M- 

iii matin. ' -.-verity "Cornelius (il)..wd" is tolerably amu-ing, ,m,I 

- II,, Unonn-h-'ot Cailiuglonl ' m.unt.iiii 1 he ir p-h -h--d an-1 .qu.iide 

merit, but "Tony But W " railiei Hags. • The \ ote ot Cen-ure " is a 

lame attempt to coiicealgre.it . Ii -,-(.]. <n nf nieul at an unexpeclcd la. hire. 

Mr. Story contribute two pretty little p.>em3. _ _ 

./■Vi7-(/- contains one p.-per of -mgular l«auty 

nisceiices of Eiiiosi.il and his se-cial circle—' 

i aP.nkutine to Mr. M. L). Conway. It U a 



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On Saturday l.i.-t tin- -Jilth M>-l.ll<-.-.?x (I^nl-.n and W. -:■ j '.,".'' '.V'.' V... !.';;'' """.' ! ,'... '.. ' ^'.i"!'.. ":,r-'" tv ■'».- i'd?"!*\,''^ 



<■ S.vrctary of Nafr r-r War, left Curium- 

..>.!■-< nuv p» iimmii vacant by the doth of 
Uuidiiicr. U.C.l;.,1iu.- Ntii cotitVrrwloiiMi.^r-Gviit-rol 

urrrt-ship Koyul Sv.vcri'ifm, Captain Sfb-rard 
■•.<-■: u ii Lord Clarence Paget and other 



:oinpanicd by the Inspcrmr- 



A fOtc- wis held at Hruri' ('.axil.' I'.irV, Tottenham, r.n 
Karl (tp.s\. : -t, Iaeutt'nam-O.h.iwl ('..minandar.t of the 
'I he !ih Ti.wtr llait.'.av. v.l : j,)i fnrnvrly f.nmcd an admini-- 



Rifle Corps (39tu Middlesex) was lately in- 






i..-.r -:li - .■>. ■ ..rta.vyrk- ■> ■■!•■ i.< y i..- M - ■ i-.l un-l M *-.- <.-i.-.-: ■ 

r. v.-ivi .-.I:!! ..:.■■.. u..| I...-1 . i:-<\-\ .<< ..... K- . 1 ty- --; : - •■-! h-m 

The second (Art St udi.:it-) company of Ha. 1-! Middl--- 



The third annual i 



The f-iirth ;.iiin;:it wi- 



nder of the li-.yal Artillery. 



week the two squadrons of the 151 



lit ■■:! »t i4.i-;iir:» l.J*. r.y :].,r ,-■-,■< <•■ 
,- :• « ,- in :\x i,i;:frvl tli-gn-c imp-uii. 



:!»■ ■_»t.d Middh-x Artillery 



i ,.]• tlr Kfi.ii C.lic;..' lii-1 



On Saturday an rn^ampinri-t i'..rnw-d l.y the l*t Ncrf-.l 
oujninii.l <ji Opium .r, )!.,;. (..in. .. :■■■.■ j -■ - -1 On .;.■. .i:.' .■■!• I ]. i 



\ [^,"if l-iiv..- U,'. ;!.:'l-.'..': i.- ;.. i. !.-"i '.■-.; ,. .-.■i^>,;1 lll ,■!,,. - 
Tii«' wihi:i'''i.r- i-f lVlk.-. Ik Id th. h annual J 1:/.' uirctinjr and 



THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. 



"- ; :^,i' iV'.'ij!-' -.' ■'■'.■■■■''. la';'.'- .ii^'M-.'i'.u'.a ! \i. i: .' : .!'.= . 
The l.an.l-un!.- prize, offered by the Lord Lie 









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THE NEW "TATTERSALL'S" < 
KNIGHTSBHIDGE-GREEN. 

Wr. have engraved :l View of the facade of t 
building erected for the nee of 

Tati.-t-.dl-s. It -t.mds ..n lh- west -ide of Knights- 
bndge-giveii, ,,,.;„■ ,(!,. ,,,|, ,,,' s]o;ine-strect. and. 



: spacious yards behind it. < 
two acres of ground. Hi. fn.ut displu; 
gateway, with pediment- 1-autifully 



blocks of yellow brick with Por 



:'dres.-ing-. 
floors, and 

paia]>ets With ball tetani !UlK 

ine lert-nanu diock 1- dedicated t... tin: subscnlier- : 
the nghl: t" tli- secretary's offices, business depart- 
ment 'Oeirnes-rooiii-. and ih- pnv.de dwellings <•■ the 
v ll j.:-r,, J t--ii.i.: [l r^. Although Hi.- .-1. trance presents a 
com pamtively narrow face, the space wr 
enlarges through a depth of Mil ft. 1 
double the width of the facade. Thc-mh* 



iMinii:-- ih': whole hv i..e.h(. I h<--.' domes are I «.»)■• 
,]..,,.] ;,,- ., ■■:■:,. :.;■ : ,.■-,■■■■ ..-, ',. [,.,.:;. -,. a: ! ■ : r.eh. d 
wiih Coloured devio-. Th.' walls are d- ■cerated in 

the .-am- pattern. The spacious tl ■ is paved, in a 

la-!. '!'il geometric pattern, with ornamental tiles in 
Ii;iviii..:iv wuh I he dee. >r:it i. >ns of the ceiling. A 
rai-ed da;-, nb. ,i>r 1', in. in ln-'.-hi. -iirround- tin- apart - 
" 'with marble. l>,nthi 
e placed. Under each o 
large octagon slab of 
marble support.- the d.-k- u-ed f- 1 recording wagers 
At the sonth-we-t coniev i- an 
bv 1U ft. for open-air U-ttirig. 
office. The grand or central 



'nSmceSoS^ 
tramroad f..r he 



1 the principal public 
yard, lUStt. long oytiurt. wide, appropr.ate 1 
to Riles hv auction. In the centre of tins 
area will be found the old and familiar 
of the other premises at Hyde Park- 
coverin.- the a-.aeilu..: wiih its fox and the ' 
George rV. when in early life ; and in the 

f in tic roof of 

" tier's paten- gia--. l.-oft. in length. 1'"'.' ft. in 

,dth, and 60ft. high. It is supported bv iron 



breadth, and I'alft, high. 



constrnet. -d to admit 
at pleasure, and thus obtain the 
imt of ventilation. Surrounding and 
of the stables, of 



opening intc 
which there are in all ninety-eight sta 
loose Iwocc.-. Behind the north and west 
inner row of stall- is a wide n 'ad way. 11 



with their f..al-i. the dimen.-ioii- ■ >f 
being 12 ft. by 14ft. in size. 

"in'.' earned, without, retard- 




hardly sufficiently a P! . ,-,-j ,- L , : ;; ;; r _\.,. y nix . insensible 



few, certainly, out of his 1 






■ us. Nevei-thek- 



Varley, one of the fathers of English water- 
id with the late William Hunt 
gone before, our 



among other pupils w 
thoughts naturally tak 

And to what a quantity ot noble 

artist's lifetime, through what'enrio 
in public estimation has that depart m 



■ ik. by J.'ltu 
I, during this 

fluctuations 



5 Wc&^SOtj' & Qs *<d " a, " ral >OJ 



tin subsistence by painting chiefly 
itures, and bv engraving. It is 
■ ell though: hiiu-.Ji fortunate to 

are now- the gems "of rich col- 
li are prized by many even more 
>rks, for each of which the artist 
11 and upwards. The genius of 

l<>ur— those wli.i practised in the 



. pul.lir tastC. 
alt.T the l.i.-t 



TtT'raff 

en-e.-u ban -..[„■, n war- the p"etrv . ,t the I.iki.-ts, 

----' lastly. Mr. Ku-kin's .J.,.|n. iu de.-'criutiun- of 

neiy, have contributed to the eame 



repository of carriages. Under a portion o 
gallery the tramway is terminated by a turn- 
noon which the carriages rest and are raised 

■ new large hotels. The architect of 




wer which are never f<.i;ud in the works 
"th all painiei- who 
early landscapes arc 



dominant : t!i-' grand generali-ati. ms of a large and 

the broad and simple -tat..auent of the 

ither than actual, or, as we should 

ip- -ay. accidental elements of the scene ; and 

with all the real breadth and apparent sim- 

y, more is indicated than the most painful 

iteness can express. Taking, for ex.unpl.', this 

recnily-painlo,] picture of the " llavinakers," we 

■ liot [,, , : .\. ,:(■:, ., v t, :■■..] <-_: e I-- I he -nbject, 

i" of il„. highest truth- of k.ini.kcape art wall 

.pliried in it, if only the student brings 

'nlosi-.pliicapi-reciativeness— if-wemay 

such expre=.-ion — tie- de-irabihty 

of wln.-h we lave endeavoured to hint in the pre- 

1 eding remark-. It may mtere-i the reader to hear 

that th<- ...ketch for tin- p.ieture wa- made as long 

or three hundred yards north 



studio still exists, 
on the line '" 





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SCIENTIFIC NEWS. 
Thk Nf.xt Transit of Venus ( Dkc G. 1332).— In the last 

Ifl'MAN PlKAIAINS have l.;'<'ll a'_'.'lill iliNC.Vrr.;.] l,eHl* AM":vill.- 















,11,., i ;-\ ;;.-..;-.,,] its, .' ■.,,-,/./'/., i.;..„i,. ; ,..,i *,.■,'«, u>ah wliicli Hi- £«.,■,:- 
MmT[ons i»i' P.CNZnH' Ann f»N \\\vn;i:.— In the Chi'iu'u-al 















A Gradual Rising 












JIIUTHS, MA!;RIA<;ivS, AND DEATHS. 






Ti;ir 



In I..ni..(on _'-.,'M»U t-hil-.L 
:irr- ...rupnrol uuli fun; 



In the chapel of tin. 1 Palax/o 'hi Pote-'a at Florence t 















Wh.ML Ui[.. itM'.-..l,ll> (.■I.USP. ItS HVOfUg.- ) ■> 

:;:».. 7.1. |,er.ni,L,r..T. In It,-.. :-.-.■- ■)■■■:. ln, ; :- !-■-.■ 



Tin' Council of tin- Liv'Tjinnl rhamVi of 1'iiininiTf.' have 
There has Veil a destructive fall uf h;ul in niahyjeirH of the 






,■ hmull.-'l' ^....M >1 ,I-.r'"..l !H -,, ,,!!,• 






The P-oi.nl of Trade ha.- i.— lu- i a civ- ul.t! in niilw.iy ^nij.tini^ 
A succe-d'ul ascent of Monte Kosa w;i> m;uh' i'iv>m the Puff el 



ouompltahul uiul 

['he ('.. Unwind li.a ul nln]-- ;;d\ evt !-«<L io sail i 

,l;,n liulil tin' /W <"', - OrtV.'-i,' .U.-;',, 1 - !>u; -,',-.,■ ;_JI.-U-!:l 1' 
,„■ U,t.„ ,,.11,.,.,-,... ;,,, I M.i.l.riK, ■ ,i th- -ill; ; .t.um-T. n.,i 



!;,„■. ■ i I-. ■■.'.In-', ii..- ) 

[|,r |.'i!i . \. 1 i.in,; ! |,il, nv.ni io 



I iu.M.'ilx.un,. ■..,!! t 



, on th."-'.',t!i ; l'ri.l,' 



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COI.CUN FOR THE CURIOL 



i.l-.nl ll-.woV*- L/rou.i at a yuri.-t-wiii.l.r.v. ill.' < 'kikcilwellchiMrcn, 

(IflllUll-'is, f..--l til.- InilllilhlMIlL- inllllrIK ■ ",' ,. lrl Jl'-- alld WLiI'l.'W-|JHI-.!'-l^. 

(.honeh thev he limited to ;. -:■ i_'k ih • w,-r-j » ■'-. WY kani in I he /.'"./</. - 

Uifi f am. me :he mo-t citii. ■!! object.- at the 1-mib and I-'laji rxlohj 

Were six l.uiiriM - oi 1, ,.-.-■ l.]:..k erape-. :/!-..wr. willmnt artilie.al li'';it 
in (l.-rkftiu.-ll. hv Mr. .h-e; h Bivok-. J h- heaviest and hne,-t huiirb 
wa- T.,I;..n from :ivii« :i <> n'iav old. l-mi-PY |Ii'OV. iiil," in a |/ardon ill 
lU.-.ni.Mi-rmt. « hHi. k.v, tile Cl rk, nu-il ,\V,rs, iv;i, probably a 
cutting from on.: of th.' ..]■! \ m-.-y.ii J. J w rncii oiv.v abound. -1 in tins 
i,.i u -!i}»>iirli'".(l. ii_v-lrK-w.iv. Mr.' I /union, who wrote so lare/ly 
111... u (_'.m-.I, units, lir-i. -how. d his ia-u- i<t the an in tl i*- J ,t t ]-.- j/anki! 



,.f ,1.,,.., 



,ir. Daniel's library and M.^-i-are clk-ciioD. w. 



Daniel's own works, which 




CHESS IN FRANCE. 

:■ f.-.'.i'.ulT-j; lively litil- rjain.. w.-..- lnu-ly p!,o - -1 

;.Aflv (Mr. F.i WFIITF. (Mr. 



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' 'dy few yeai 



3 price, 13 tlie Copy of Sh.-dopeart 
copies, known with the sfitnu iinprin 
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. produced more ika: 3' "i Lp^nea-S. , a rli. The " lir>-t 



eolleetio:i' ..I Shala-^ai/'s 



■.. rt..i,.BntI"rk, and lUn-:: I', k.Mi : the very rare m^./.aiut of 
Iarris as Cardinal Wol; y, Mi,- No--a, painf.d and etif/rav.d 
an! Lens, exceedingly r:i«'; and Shu tor, aa lie spoke Joe 
epilogue, mounted on an iwi. /imon» the oil-paintings 

■ ki portrai: • >( Shal, .-!-■. ,re. 1,-.n_/hl at the sale of Mr. Syme-V 

■ i el.] (.Voiuiilnii-v Ti.w. r. a.'iil a whok-len-l.h of Napoleon I.. 

■in life l,y Harlow wl.de on lwaivl the CellelOpholl ; but. these 
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.. K,r,./ ihe aet.a-, and w!,i,.|, |,e „■.,! x< ,i rtag,- dn-^ r;m.; in Lord 
'';--■*■'■.■■ '■ ( "' kin,/ "•'^ , ll,i '' <-'»'-' '•' Join. JImmifiter, who | 






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Ii. ■.,r.;b.nv.ii-.'i :. letter, .rapacket of print/..: p,",ju:rv r,u<irr ^c< 
l'.y the nmended Art [.a^ed in the So-MJon just closed thi 



;,itill. ryimn loathni/ rannoii. Thi- pi.-.e v a- p,;.-, i : ,m. c 1 I j id.' 
(..'!. auipH- nr\ al a proviiieia! -ai..-. and ,..-; a tie... -aid frnnCB. 

f). [A plate with the inyrj-lpt].'!., .ha,!," Chorhmnkr, t', ;■ 3. 
Portrait of a '■ eitoyenin.' " o) Ni v> i -, wh/> play/d th" prut cf tfcc 
Godd..-- Je.a^-on iu a patriotic f.'t-'. The -.,-ld..-s i- repn .-ixLcd 
earn-in^/ a -lelfoiv eap on the aid -■(' :» pike. The liardv.^re mmm- ' 
faetiin.r- of Never- were \ ei'v noiel. .i l il.;,..-,a--ed wher.-v,;i- tl.fy 1...J 
to portray tins symbol of Liberty. i"i. n..t b..iii-/ po^e- ed el the' 
<- erei for pividnein^' the red, tl-.y weo- ..b!i„-.;d. mueh to th-ar re/oef, 



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No. 1273.— vol. xlv. 



SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1864. 



With a Supplement, Fivepence 



THE SETTLEMENT OF THE DANISH 

QUESTION. 

So far as Denmark is emnvriied. Hie vexed Sebleswig-Hol-tein 
question has received its solution. It is well understood lli.it 
in the recent diplomatic Conference in London, when the prin- 
ciple of the dismemberment of .1 kingdom territorially small 
enough on the map of Europe was accepted even by the repre- 
sentatives .-if Kiv_-l;md. the hanish Plenipotentiaries strenuously 
objected to every pr 'posit ion having for its object that result. 
It has been suggested that this course, which partook somewhat 
of obstinacy, has tended to deprive Denmark of some of the 
sympathy which had hitherto been largely extended towards 
her during the unequal struggle which she maintained with tin? 
German Towers. At least the representatives of that kingdom 
learnt one lesson in the Conference which they have faithfully 
conveyed to their Sovereign, and that he has acted upon 
it is palpable in the events of the last few days. It was 
clear that all Impe of preserving that which has been almost 
sarcasm-ally . all. d the integrity of tin.' kingdom of Denmark 
was hopeless ; and that, as even the annexation of that country 
to Prussia, should M. de Bismarck in his high policy choose 









Ti<-aly 



>t avail to bring nhovit: active inler- 
the part of the Powers signitariea to the 
1852, a cession of territory by Denmark was 
inevitable. The mode in which this result was attained was 
curiniis. The Mini -try of King > 'hristian. which had so bravely 
asserted the rights of their country, was designated aa Liberal 
in its polities, and, apart from all other considerations, was in 
its essence offensive to the notions of M. de Bismarck. This 
body was accordingly replaced by what is called a Conservative 
Ministry, which, hearing that character with it, was permitted to 
come between the wind and the nobility of the high and 
mighty ruler of the King of Prussia. From him, practically — 
for it is only reasonable to suppose that in these last nego- 
tiation- Prussia continued to keep the lead which she has taken 
from Austria in the Dano-German affair — they have accepted 
terms much worse than might have been gained for Denmark 
in the Conference but for her own refusal of them; the only 
consolation in the matter probably being that whatever has 
now been done has been the direct act of Denmark, and there is 
no one for whose lukewarm assistance she might be expected 
hereafter to display a dispv. .portioned gratitude. 

We ate told that the German Towers take to themselves no 



little credit, for the mildness of the terms which they have 
conceded to Denmark, that Power having gone into the ne- 
gotiations at Vienna, just concluded merely to hear the dictates i,f 
Austria and Prussia. It is absolutely a fact that in the treaty 
which deprive:- King Christian of such a port ...n of his dominions) 
as reduces him territorially to a dwarf amongst the Sovereigns 
of Europe the word "equivalent" is to be found. Having 
obtained Schleswig- H< .1st ein and Lauenburg — "the Duchies," in 
the full sense of that term— and simplifying (a pretty phrase) the 
question of boundary which has thus arisen by taking that 
portion of Jutland which lies " convenient " to Schlcswig. the 
high dispensing Towers consent that for this an equivalent. 
portion of Schleswig— comprising, in addition to the island of 
Arroe, the territories connecting the district of Ribe with the 
remainder of Jutland — shall be detached from the duchy of 
Schleswig and incorporated with the kingdom of Denmark. 
The advantage of this article of the treaty to Denmark is, that 
it will enable her to keep up her naval position, and, srj far, to 
preserve one of her national characteristics. It is also to be 
noted with favour that Denmark Proper is not to be called upon 
to pay her invaders any of the expenses of the war ; but the 
inhabitants oi' the duchies, who may be snpp.i.-ed now to !,;.vo 




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t they r 



argc the little bill which has been 
their alleged desires. Besides 

provinces ace to undergo the penalty, call it by 
ther name you may, oE a military occupation by the 
icir deliverers for six mouths which looks very much 
,. :i.,t p.--. ..jun were taken by a mortgagee until 
of the charge due to him is duly remitted. 
;ver, is not all the contribution which will be 
he newly-freed duchies, whose situation will be such, 

that the citizens who have been Mich eager aspirants 
nge of rule will scarcely be abb- to perceive 'he virtue 
iue of the alteration wliich ha- been brought about, iti 
tries. As the public debts contracted upon special 
lethcr of the kingdom of Denmark or of the duchies, 
i respectively at the char-oof each of those countries. 

" will 



F the two parts, there is no financial relief, but. mi the face of 

he taxation necessary to meet their proportion of the public 
cbt above mentioned, and the expenses of the administrati-m 
E the country, which for the present will be unoliangcd. 
jgether with the charge for the cost of the war. will altogether 
»,po.-e a liability on this so-called liberated people which will, 
o doubt, considerably damp their enthusiasm in respect to 
ie mutation of their position and affairs. It is 
robablc that when Austria and I'm— in are demanding rigidly 
ae payment of the expenses of the war, the Schleswig- 
[olsteinci.s will remember that those Powers voluntarily took 
pon themselves the duty of vindicating the right- [as alleged) 
E a German nationality ; and the chivalry of the deed, snob as 
is.beiiieucnlrali.-'d by pecuniary exaction, a sen-' of gratitude 
. their deliverers will not be very deeply cherished by the 






Atv 



the i 









it they ineuv no little cost — peace is now 

An armistice has already been entered 

>reparatory to the signature of a definitive treaty of 

It would thus seem that the Schleswig-Holstein 

question, which has agitated and vexed diplomacy for so many 
years, has ceased to exist in what maybe called its irritative 
condition. No doubt, as far as Denmark is concerned, the 
settlement is complete ; but another and perhaps a more 
serious question arises— namely, now that Austria and Prussia 
have wrested this territory from Denmark, what will they do 
with it? Are the Duchies to be erected into an independent 
Slate, with a Sovereign chosen by hereditary title? If so, and 
assuming the preliminaries of this simple arrangement to have 
been placidly disposed of. on whom is the sovereignly to fall ' 
What is to be the decision betwixt The rival claims of the Dnke 
cj Augnstciiburg and the Dnke of Oldenburg? In the difficulty 



the 



Grand Duchy of 



obstacle which, according to the modern science of dealing 
with sovereign duchies, may easily be got over — the territory 
abraded from Denmark would fit very neatly into 
Prussia and very materially enlarge her seaboard. Iu the 
arrogant belief of the plenitude of her power which she now 
entertains. Prussia may suppose that she can take this step with- 
out any further interference on the part of the other Powers 
than the writing of a lew minatory despatches. On this, 
however, so far n. the Powers ot her t nan England are concerned, 
she might reckon without her host, and the gain of territory iu 
the north might he dearly compensated by the invasion and the 



speculating on this point, it is clear that, for all purposes 
of disturbance and of diplomatic complication, the 
duchies of Scbh-wig and Holstein retain their normal 
character, and it is far from probable that the councils of 
Europe have heard the last of them in a political sense. There 
are very far-sielned politicians who sec in this question and 
its continued unscttlement the germs of a great re-arrange- 
ment of the map of Europe. It is predicted that the times ate 
fast becoming ripe when the Continent can be and will be 
tonstilmed into three great empires, the first comprising 
France. Spain, and Italy ; the second Ru-sia, with her territory 
extended down to the Dardanelles : and the third Germany, 
pvliCiidinga federation of all the State- of that country, and 
including the three northern kingdoms of Denmark, Sweden, 
and Norway. In this mighty plan England, happily, is not con- 
tained ; and what part she is to play in the events and combi- 
nations that will arise in this striking reconstruction is not in 
i he least indicated. Perhaps no more precise evidence of bet 
power and oi her self-dependence could be given than by this 
omission of hernamcin the statement of the scheme, The lesson 
which this country has learnt in the latent diplomatic contest in 
in which she has been engaged will not. we 1 hinl., be thrown away. 
If nothing else ha- been discovcre«l. it lias been ascertained that 
that bugbear, the balance of power in Europe, need trouble 
England no longer. It can matter little to her how Continental 
nations settle that point amongst themselves ; and if she again 
interfere potentially and directly in the affairs of foreign 
countries it will be surely only in one interest— that of the 



LOUD AND LADY PALMERSTON AT TOWCESTER. 

"We give on the preceding page an Illustration of the ceremony 

ei rutting the tic t turf of t fo ■ Bi-t an. I \Vc-t Junction H.ulwav. 
which was p'-rfonint] on We In..-. lay week by lady I'.ihn.T -ton, a.* 
Le.-llv ivp-Tt. d iu our hist. Tins iiirei'-tiiig seen-' took place in a 
field iicar Towccstcr. m Nonh:r,jip l ..u-levc. Lady Bilmersom is the 
owner of considerable proper, v in rear '•■■'ghbourh. .,"). The Ea-r, and 
We-t Junction line, as it is eaBd. is to commence a: the l.tlwwon.h 



London ami Xorth-We-steni Railway, and 
3 nave oeen obtained by -h- promo;, ,-.- over ih<- Banhuv 
Toworsier. Thence if will branch off to Crcensnor 

d. vai Pra.dd.'u -,ud YY Iford. to Fenny f.'oaipton. 

■u will he ejVceicd with ih" 1 ixfo'd and Buan region ■■ 
vnt Weitrn Hallway. I'miri that point the intended 
Kyneton, to Stratford -uiw< 



facilities wfflbe 

gamed fcr com nuin jcniioii cibea" with Worc-tei'. I IcvN.rd. and Sou- li 
Wales, oi-, fin the oilier hand, will- Gloiio -tor and Hri-tub The total 
length of the i,r< M ',,-vd line i- thinv-fwo mile- and a few chains ; 
the estimated eo,t V.luii.uiiu. The stoJpc-t gradient i.- one in eighty, 

said to be capable ,,f reduction wit] t. adding materially to 

the expense, and in (lie whole of the hue then- will be. no curve 
niidei hall a mile, and hut a -ingle viaduct. The importance f tin- 

■■'o-,l. will 1 ■. .. .;]■ . >'...;.., l, ( ; I, !■! / .;.!-.. :,■ ',■ ; I. , : ■ ■ 1 1 - ; 

to extend the line through Northampton to Bedford, and thus to form 
a junction with the Midland Railway, (hi the morning of the cere- 
mony Lord and Lady Palmer-tun travelled by a special train from 
Eu-ton. =,-jiiarc terminus a- f ;n - u- Bh-woiTh, i'r..m which p .hit the 
v. maming lii-ta.'lCe ot live mile- had to he traveled liy road. Sir <"'. 
P. Ih.ney, the ehairinan of the new line, the secret a re, Mr. I'.aaks. a ad 
olhei gentlemen, were in attendance; a- ivcre also i he Pai-liaucaitarv 
ag.au- to this compoiv. M, =-r,\ Manning and Wiilla-,-. who a-ael iu a 
similar capac; y in ihe ease of I he Audovcr and lb Ihridge K lilwuv. 
on the last oeca-ioii when Lord Palmers!, ai took pan. in a. ceremony 






! carriages provided for t 



on to Towcester. The district, 
pa--ed is purely agricultural : but such efforts as the local 



!. i'i'V 



XSS" 



■civ duly put forth, esp-.-eiallv 
f Towcester, and Lr.nl and Lady Palmer-ton were 
arriving at the point where the turf was to he turned 
oimd kept by some of the Northampton-hire 

a guard of I our, and a space inclosed by ron,'- 

I'ctatoi-s of the ceremony. ITer Ladyship wa = a'- 
Sir C. P. Itonev to the 'point where 'the tir-t turf 
-• .' ■.- .. Kailway was to be raise. 1. This bad 

r^ and bearing an inscription stating it to hi the 

ily-hip that the ceremony could hardly he looked 
until the sod had been moved some distance. 



I ,-■'/,'/ '(. 




King Leopold 

quitted for' 






Mgnr. derhet. Lii.-hcp ol P,:rpignan. .lied suddenly on Sunday even- 
ing, at six o'clock, in his episcopal residence. 

The trial of M. Garni. g-Pagg -. M. Caniot. and other-, for ill. gaily 
eonvening an electoral Hireling ol more than iweniy per-ons, has ter- 
minated in the oi!>oeri.,ii of the defendant ■-, and their h.'ing scntencd 
to a tine of nOnf. each with costs. Tlie Court deliberated live hours 
decision. The accused arc ivs,.,lved to appj.d to 
-- "'"- Court of Cassation, against, 




siderably from t 

DENMARK AND GERMANY. 

1 he prehnimarv treat*, of peace Letween I >.'iiiin.i 1; and Ormauv 
has }.,., n officialK pnl.h-hed in Pevin a.nd V ; eana. a., id its condition-! 
tally pretty closely with tli-w wliieh uuotlieial d.--|vitch.'- had 
eetles Selile-wig-fL..l-tein and 
' T 'rnssia, and 



previously announced. Lmg < hnsiinvi cod..' 
Lanenbnrg to the Einp.iv,,- ot Aesina and the Kingof Prns 
agree- to recogni-e anv arra ugeinein - which ihevmavn ' 
ing thus,, dnelue-. The surrender of Pchl- -wig will \nr[ 






i promise..! to he of -.. 



expix-seil the great pleasure wbich he and Lady 

|.ie-i.l.ng at ihe commeni l 

hem ticial a ehanictcr. 

would he more pemaiu<-iu and more solid in it- vield than a iTcgtltuial 

0).eratieii? ocea-ionaJly were. 

The di-tnigiii-hed vi-itor- and other invsred gn.--t- of the cotrqunv 
iIm n adioarned to a large niaoiuec. wlietv hmrh w,,--. -et for al.,.ut ■.'."-''>. 
Sii- ('. P. Itonev pre-id.-d, Lade 1 'a!m,.i'-o ■:■ sitting i . the right of the 
ehairinan and L- ud 1\ laier-r.,,, ,,,, 1,;. |, ,>. r.,o>'d l.vvel,-,;. he V. ■ l 
of Pumfret. Lord Fit/ioy. M.P.. and Mr. Knigluh-v. M.P.. were ah-, 
among th...sc occupying -eap .-,, r ],c priiKgpal ta'-le! In thecoma of 
hi- -peeeh Jaad I 'almerst...n took the opportimit r !■> dwell upon the 

itilityof railways. ■* It is inipMa-^ible. 

■t which they ' 



be only 



nodi ties in the market ? It is. first, t 



afta-v- are tu I.e.-..,, I ■. and. tfnoll e. ila 
The cost of production has of late ; 
by the great development of mecl' 



nsuu-h ■ ! 



gieater chea}.ia." 
things they pit-dm 



of the worliing classes. Therefore, wiule the 
1 be supplied ,u a cheaper rate, the reward of 
men- iawur aim me means oi ind.ulgeiice whu.'h that r.uvnrd will 
coniiuand have iiicrea-ed by comparison with any fornier period. 
And this great d:minia;,,n in th-- nairket price has h.-eii atteu led with 
a c!iij;.pri)j].g of tran-poit, W'hv.let any man take a gomb-[ rain < 




i-,i.-,i,\ .K-iW'J a W-e t '-- '<■" iUepif.uie. 



tails, wincing in agon; 
i eh, f from the h! tie lei ofra-t thai covered I lion, while the- driver v.alke- 
be ode t hem. sometime- taking the advantage of aji.vay. Th' 1 al.ohtioii 
otlhat slowest of a 1 u\< o M , t, . iiiUuun- 
upon the price of commodities. If any man will c 
facilities forcaiiiveying manufacture-- to'inarket with 
h. fore railway- w ,,,■,_. inventcl. he will see what an 
they have given to the indn-lrad pros|n.aaty of tic land. Neither 
ought we to lorgct the social i.dvant a::..-s which raihvays have con- 
ferred. They have o-n. lured ;)n- i-land as regards faethtie; ol 
md man almost one great capital. In 
. and lived, and died iu a country village 

knowing whether London wa- not- paved, as some said, 
with gold. Now theie i- baldly a village witdiin r..-a-onaVile di-tanee 
of the metropolis which at some time or otln.-r. probably on the 
occasion of some great nation;tl e>:hihiti<>ti. ha- nut contributed sight- 
may he exemplified in this w;.\ -—For ly wlam a gentleman a-lmd 

a hieiul m London to run,,- down to him in the country, the friend 
came with thing- to la-i him r u t a tortmgh; or tlnve weeks, and took 
peihajis a week on the journey. Now, if one gentleman meet- 
another, say in St. .laiiu '--staeei , he says, ' I shall have some good 
-houiiug ilex I week. Will yon come down to me and spend a few 
rlnvs > ' ilis friend replies, ' Oh 1 by all means. I shall 
be charmed. What i- the statimi neai'e-t your house?' The 
first speaker rcioin-. ' Wliv, 1 am not. verv w-.-ll off at ]-ive-ent 
in regard to railway coimncnical ion — the nearest .-lation is sixt-eil 
mil.., lK.li! my hoii,e. P.ui if is a good road. You will gel a nice fly. 
and yon can come very well. 1 I'poii this the invited guest 
■t^' you say it wa- T.ie-d i\ von a.-ked me for?' "Yes,' sa' 

' in. 'I thmk you told me you were free.' 
ie friend. * I have a very bad i 



■ lile pre-eUi 






that ih.y- -sonic other time ] -hall be ha].py to ,■■., v . . . 

awny he goes, and offer- him-elf as a vi-itoi ; to some other 

has e,-,t :, -tarioi, within one or I wo mile- of his lioii-e. The occasion 

v. Inch h;o calhd lis toe, a he; l( ,-,la.y is one which >-; likdilv inliaestin ■. 

We aie n-si.-ting ai tla- lirsf -a, p toward- ihe c.aot rue i,,n"of a lailw r. . 

which we are told, an I wnh iruth. will be of great advantage to flu.' 

whole el i In:-, iieighhourliood. There are minei 

ihsfriet which only le.piiiv de eel, 4 anelit by the 1 

vc\ing the rommodifv io mait,e-i ; a.nd I am convinced that 

this railroad is ruddied, every man iu the dinner, will h..v.- „.. 

to rejoice at the pi'oc. ediug- of to-day.'' Having again thanked 

company for their ivupiiou, the not'- T - 




IDeni 



nd tla: pre- generally speaks in tone: of 

■epnrred to have eiuei'ed huo negotiations 
ot a j..iut Piv.yi-ional Government in the 
he Frankfort Diet. 

o}-.eii'-d by King Christian in [.er-oii.la.-i: 
wherein Ins M-.,.-a\-. ui tones of -adiie^ 



■yd by the pop].-, the war waged ag.iin-: Denmarh 
.■ had compelled ilia to a glee to \ he in,.^ grievous 
all Euo.pe had •'.■ -e|-;.-d Denmark, and a eontinna leg 
I only have ncca-saied her grea.tei' I-.h-os and mis- 

■he pro-pe-et of an i in proeed po-iti..n. To t!:-' futur.' 
nfort, in full velinuee upon the p-ople. and in the 
! day- will not lad to heal the deep ^oiue.1- intheied 



:t the proie-euon of Prussia, i 
ably, tire refused to sign the J 



compo-ing the assei 
An exchange of r 

the Germ, oi-, and on M b-y loon Selde-wigers. who had served in 

the Lanisli nnny and been ih-..l,ai'ge.|. w-.:iy hiialedat f'|..ai-brug amidst: 
general rejoicings. 

GREECE. 

A new Muu-trv ha? her:! lormed. ounpo-ed a- follows : — Admiral 

Oiinaris. rresideiit of the Coimcil and .Maii-terof Marine; M. 

" terof the Int.,. ran . M. .-■ ta-, ..p.:mhe, Mim-i.cr oi: 

. Minister of War ; M. Audiaie Load.:.-, Mnu-ier 

'": Worship; M. Theodoma 



clLThu-ia-ne reception. 

The verification ol the elecuotis is completed. 

AMEMOA. 

By the Damnsciis wc have intelligence from New York t 



by tb.il enemie- at Toiio uiela while the- bVdends were alleged not. to 
have lo-t mm e 'ban J.' men. The ,], ,d ot the two armies were 

III I | ll II 

' "-'' alleges that the battle of the 

ties, who on thai d.iv capfuvesS 
The Federal forcea on the side 

of rVcainr have nl-o bc.-n louted by Wheeler'- cavalry, with the loss 
of their camp; and Genera! Hardee h operating on Sherman's rear. 
IU.n--can. who was .veenilv detaeheil wirii a -lo.eig body of cavalry 
to cut nil" The t-uuiheru comiuunie.cion wdh ArU.nta. Ires rejoined 
Sherman, alter destroy in:; about, tinny miles of the Montgomeiy 
Railway, 

A demonshaiion wa- ,c.ide hv G.-nei:d bee on rhe'Ji'tli ult. ag-Mi,st 
Geiaral Ihu'hr'- ]H-,siiaai at Bvnuuda Hundred th.aieral l.ir;int 
li-patched a 1 1 I I I I I 1 ' 

these iroop- diove the (.'onfedenitc- from ihe-ir hrea-t woi ks j\'.vl 
cai.liued loereun-:. bi.i lighting cnlinued, ;,-,.• .v.lnig Io New \ or); 
. . .,^^,i .„. A N ,; u Y(1) . K d ,. p;L[l j,, dated the evcnhig 
that General Grant, had moved two corps to 
River, wa- intrenched m a p..-Uioit ten unh.-.s 
from Uiehmond. and wa- reported fo have abandoned the siege of 
f'u. r.-huig. and io intend .Idiioii-av ing aga.ia-i Fort Darling. 

In the Shenandoah Valley, the Goniedeo.tes who ictroat .-d iroui 
Miiiyi.Hi.l. urnle, (end J ills , i 1 I 1 V t ni ned. and defeat-'d part 
of General Hunter's troop-, under the commando! Genc-n.ilsl.Vook 
imrl Averill oi, the o : ; n | ;I]K | op], lt ] t ., ill ihe neighbourhood Of 

The Fed, .ids retreated to Harper's Ferry, and the 

federates occupied Marl in-b,,,- and bn-ied theai-clve? 
in de.-troving' the Bah hum.- and Ohio Kailwav. By the hi'e-t- 
accounts we I, ear that ihe ( ouled,-,- oes have renewed their niva-aou 

lvania, a large l.odv heir cavalrv haviue enteied < 'h i.m- 

on the moihing of the :;uth air.: and Mu-hv's gueiTilla-i 

iie;u- Edward's Berry, in Maryland. The liuu.in,.,- of I'enu-yl- 

vania had i.-sueil a proclamation d.-.-hoing that the invading f 

was larger than he expected, and that nrma 



would ba furnished t 



AOCUBT 13, 1864 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



.!. ".v. ,■: If.:- ' ■ <M ■■ ■ 

.iv ha.l. it is stated, been armed by the 



it l'r.-en.kn In-- open- d a Mil.-cripi>..n r-.r n loan oi 
iii'i dok. in Treasury notes 1>< irijjjj" "' .'k'cnths per cent 

tiblc at the end of thi-ee years 

st, payable in gold. 



crest in " greenback 

(;<■!. I :i! N. v, 1 oik on .li;!y 



decided that the men rescued from 



Wellington Co\> lament had approved the decision. 
CANADA. 
The election h.r North Ontario closed on the 27th nit.. Mr. 
M'I.'..i.:j-;iU. I he prouia.aal -ccretary. I,*, in- defeated by a majority of 

INDIA. 

L * ' ' I 1 1 ' ' ] T 

t",', v .•:<.■■ r," commending them for their Lomky towards 

-I, I,'. , ' (,, , .,!, ,i,r mid iiO/hi:' i:|M:.n th, in l! ■ " ■ V. ■ ' ■. " ■ ■ t eclating 
., ■ , ■ . .'. -- .in,l rvof- tlm .mine bc-nerkvitr- oi ink whieh r 1 1 ■ y 



LATEST NEWS FROM ABROAD. 

The following telegram has been receive.] through Mr. Renters 

AMERICA.— New York, Aug. 1.— On the 30th ult. General 

finmf blew up a I'm, Federate fort at Per, r-h.irg. He then a-.T.dred 
arri«.l aline of Confederate intrenohmei.l-e An .ut.re n.Mnm: 
destroyed, together with the fort. The battle was still pro- 



COUNTRY NEW 8. 

The ercctionof the granite pedestal :'• : the bronze erjue-tri.-m 
The Queen has approved of Mr. William Watson Harvey as 

On Thnrsdavweeh the 1. .ninhitimi-Moiif of ibe Masonic Lodge 

i...m (.. he em.'tol ni .'..t.iiih. ti.. n v.uli .■l:ii-.'ii.l,.ji H.-.tcl, i i-;f,. r.l. mr i.l.e 

Aii exp'o.-ion .-.r.-itrve.l a) n c-tmpowder manufactory in the 
111,,- two men iinu.lc-trmmg 

The spire ami portions of the interim* oC the Church of St. 

The Birkenhead -tram-rams, which have been ro-ebrislened 
Ih- -....rei-n ami iti.-. V,o> in, h-V b'-» lian.L-1 ,,v,r -.., IK.' M.-r^. b.ei-l. 
who will [complete tie an w,, ma vuth nil m.-hau li. I L- --.tun- ore each to ue 



twenty-first cnnjrrc*- <-f lie Ihi-i-h Avchxo!o;rical 



Thursday week the introduction of machinery for th 

- ■ ' t the HiL'h Km.] < , -.,l!i- xv . ne: 

. ;,. v.'ai.'nl m:.' ..nl mil :■ n'.i. 



The co11.lv or Im-p.tul found..! at Ihomlov, in lmiii, by tne w 
Dr. John Warner, Bi-hop "f Ib.rh -Tor. who bequeathe 1 a large 
for thi* building, and tw the maim, nance of ■'twenty poore wid 
and loyuil ch i ■.--> i::*-n. and a ehaplin." has been i 
enlarged and improved since Fiklmp Warner's til " " 
K-nei.u ii..ii-. of u!n. a the mosl important are thos 
Pearce ami hk Toother in 17*-'. -Mr-". IK b n Hettm-on 
Mrs. Sbcppord, _... _ 
clergymen's widow- received I l ■ ■ i - • i'mm vwentv to forty, and to 

v,.-: 1 pgnjini, f r0!n v-jm --,, c::^. Tl.e late Mrs. sheppa-d, 

1 •=•- ad.Utional dwellings, with £44 
daughters of elf 




Ik Ih.dlOO 



t.rr-t a..t..I Mi, I ,!-.!■■:■■: "■ Tt,,,, t . " -.1,1 ..ii lL.-..l.li.i- el- Poo;,, o. unvmu 

cm the rlr.t.,11 . l„t.M ■:,■:;: -.,■;,),,,,. : ti i [ 'J i-il!...lik.. Ill Ok ivHit.), ,u/( , t!l-.' ■-:>• -.:\ 

■■'■■' Luralk.- Irt-vng oiluriic! »iih fljjurc-- l'rom the eamc- play. 

inc papers from Britir-h (.'.dnmbia state that this colony, 

1 r i n ) nl rr Atu. ri.- i, ,■.■■ 11 I ' 

!!■. A llll T Ul |. ■!!: ill >:,.:. I, . ,-Lm \ ILIIOaiVU 

. Godard has written a letter in which he gives an account 

e ...tn-lr..]-!,.- tii;it lii.-.v.. i,.-.t i... IiU liiu't- Moiit.L-i.llioi hnllcKin on the ;)rJ 
II. ,.ivi'- '■ Nothinp happene.l in the course of my vr.y.v„<c :o ]■;>-■*■<• 
...,|...t van.,, ...-. , rr ,,i ,,, ,,, .1, .,.,.-. W|. , ; :,i-.,r in.fi. from the- 



.-I. pa 1 ..'■■■!'''.' n. '■' " t. ■ - .. ■ -----.-_■ i l )..-. i i i.n ■:]■.-:. :!..■ j.nn. ipal streets o( DuMin 

l„;-„!.;v.'[i-li-.-it.ul,H. !!..■ hr.- 1 <■■:,<: v-a- [i, ; .t. .a-., ut live o'el.-.k. hy lli.' 

I.t.i.i M;.^T. in la" [■:-■ ■ i ■' vi.- r ,■■■■!. i, .. -. 'J',- L-.ii:a,,v.--. ;.!-n- th- 

iV'-l. ; ii ifliem-i i [■■■ ,ii. v; m'/.. <:<-\'\ ■ ■ ; ■■). .n,l in- ,l;iv u'.i, ),-,,' 

;i , i, h..|,.l.i', \-\ iim- aril mi- mi.l irvli:i)n M- I'a- i ..mhi. i. ..) - i -■ ■ ■ l - 1 h ■ .v . . 
n ... : ..r.l.ilv m.'l ■usi'-i in la- ' v. urn,/ i, |..-iii.j.a I 0...1; i'ia.-..-Mt tin ft .( im.|.., 
•I | s , ) ,.,,1 M;.y,,r ],v, !.|.-.l, :,i,l nun. li-.--! 1 » i-- : | <• il,i c v.viv \ ..■.!, i n -!i. .[. l..-,!i\ : 
A[r. .1 [■'. jMnmiir-. 'M . ! ' ; si-- C'-hn ' I , -r--l , 1. -i. . M.E'. ; an,) ^ic J..!m Univ, 

The full pvograniino of ibe forth coming fe-tival of the three 

,v^ 1 t.' S TI«'u^^e^'^V»ni'^"^.•h!.■■^ A.'.' ' '!'':'.! ..:. I's-i-r 1 ..ml -' f.-ol 
i;,.t.!i.:.n I.<:..l-'h. -ml '• * v. I. . v. i,.. ..r- l.fn in mimh.r,_ Ti -i.t-no. 



I. pr.-.\ i.lyil tive a.i.m;..i ov-.-iiin.;-, wnn j. ■ 1 a. yeaj- ..-acll. 

ladies who, as the dan-bt.a> oi ekavvimm'-, widows bad 

" with their mothers in the coIIcl'..'. Tlivre are forty 

].-■ v.-i.lov.- p'.-mlmi-TS. ea.-li with a -epamte entraiic--'- 

ip-i'oom. and bed-room above, a smaller l>ed- 

dakiL.'lien. Smne of the homes have an 

I the friends of a lady have, in some ca^, 

own expense, to build an attic, which is 

great boon by a widuv> I,;iy;ii:_' m"re than on.-- dan.^li'mr to 

J in two qiuuhaimk--. with 

a pleamat garden ; the 
o quadrangles; the front 
rc-n'.-aivoiv occupied by tie: ei.apl.mi'- iv-iden-v and 
uer's apartments. From a little pamphlet or 
report compiled bv Mr. Joseph M. Hohvortliy, ih- honorary 
"ie c'onimiitee lot repairing and improving the 
, that an e'Vni't ba- Imely been made ro r.e- fund--, for 

i E I i 

It wotdd indeed 

and perhaps -..anewba; disgraceful, to the friend" 

■ j _n ,i navt ,-,i t i !H n „i,i,_, in.= (.itutLOU :■■> 

(hui^aml pounds nm.v re'imred 



Of. 



theu- families, in case of death) no assured means of liveli- 
hood. The tendc 

di-tve-s of sikIj pom - Lvnrk-wommi ..■■ rna.y -..-.k a jeace-'t shelter in 
the wi.kav-' lanr-e Bromley ( i ] 

1 , 1 til uid ead "Wales it would not 

terior of the new chapel of 
by Mr. Muffett, of Bromley, 

lesiguof M-=-l= Waring and Blake, i- -I tl.ol-l.rh D, -.ra-ed 

period; whit |> Li. ad-, not niliariuonioa.dy. wrh the later -tylo ol 

r '' collofr-'*, as now in emu-col' rc-o -r n inn, It is. greatly 

' ' ring ai; ft. in iemnh. 'Jo ft. in widtli 

and 33 ft. in height, and contains, 

stained' deal, high and poinded, with purlins, prin- 
ting collar-beam-, and lacing} pieces resting on heel 
befs. It is li-hted by nine dormer windows, a con- 
nliar position of the chapel, shut in at, the; 
rendered neee.-'sary in order to obtain sumcient 
light, 

Th.e wall,: aio -,n..)ckl V,v eijlii wii.d,..-.v- ; aim tli-re am lour more. 
similar m iiinllimis and ivaeeiv. in the hlankw.ill at ihe w ..•.:;■ laid, tiuu 
i. lievin- wha; eke w.-.n.ld It iv,- a dull and tlat ai .p/m-.tiav. Th- eight, 
windows are tilled with i amf. t -la- cammed by Mi. D'Cmm.r. .old 

that artist. _ They are 
presents of a few friends. They 
- -' "-riptur 

Testament, while the apse Ugh 
fb-.-pvk (van- in mmib,-). and the w.-i window [:n lour 
light.-) tlio.-e of ibe Act-' and Epi--ile^. The blank windows arc illu- 
iii mated ivuli texts oi ^eripnire. be- id..-, the roai.--oNarm~ <■( ilie e'licf 
b.-i.efa.etois to ibe colietre. mid iho-c of the. s;ees of Cantcrbory, 
London, and Hoehester. The -at- and de-ks ;„,, ,„ li.md-ouiely 
eaivtd oak : the H,., .r > of ey.can-tir tiles; the altar-cloth and cushions 
were worked by the ladies of the college. 



__ _ . continued s 

i he side window- (twelve hghts) 

V 






ST. PETER'S CHURCH. VAUXHALL. 
The new Church of St. Peter, Vanxhall, was consecrated by 
Bishop of Winchester, to who-e .hoc-e ih.; parish of Lambeth, ^ 
its subdivi.-ions. belongs, on the -J.st.li of Jui»>— its fonndation-s 

hi i - 1 i 1 i 1 I ie Arcl bi-hop of ('antevbnry ' 
year. This chinch stands upon 
'■' tisMr. Pearson, of Hark 

Longwire and Surge, formed a chiuch winch, wlietner eecle- 

illv oi arehitectca-alh- i.a:ar.!.d. i- one oi the l>r.'.-t ■-p-jeiiuens 

■ni art. The wall- are of hau.k-d l.nek, the roof being id-io 

; groined with -rone. The ehaia;...! i- ao-idal, and for *mc 

di-tanee above llie h-.t-j.aee of the altar, which 1- "H live step--, is 

"nting; while tho.e -mawd-ela--: wmd. >.v- are 

f,.r iiihn? op (lie east, end iieht-. Very h.md-joino 

.I.,.!, ,:; ; ,IU of carved oak are to the w--' ward ol 

n which the arehiteet ha- placed tlu-ee stone sedilia. 

The pillars supporting the nave arcade are ma-ove. but are m.r yet 

linkhed. The font -tauds at the -outh-.ve-t. just in-id- t he i -ahle; 

poreh. The pulpit is a mas.-ive work in stone, by Puole, w:th .* 

m.-.-aie repre-eiiting the Sermon on the Mount : and the t.jen benches 

will be for ev.a flee and imapproj.Viate'l to all ela.s-v- of th.' neigll- 

i,..m-I:.,,; un.i.-.iii ,i linetc..!,- ; ■ :' ■ "-d a r'.ch , kl'J i ■ -v ■ is a ■-mm- 



THE CHATEAU OF CHENONCEAUX, IN FRANCE. 
Tur. Chateau of (Tienonceaux is situated in Touraine, akmr eighoc-. 

milo- s.aub-.-a-l of the city of Toum. and five mile- di-ta.v from 
Ainl-oi-e. Il ishmlt ..u a -.'.lid ,10110 io,in.ia-[..ii m nine arche a-a-o-s 
thf- River Cher, ivhirh flows lbivm,di the donriin : and th: gmnd 
eiltranc- is approached bv an , 
portcullis and drawbridge of ancient times. This mansion is con- 

■ 1, ,.,t ,.-, ,,i il,,. ,,..-. ,,:!■.. , ■ a...! !■ ■ . '. > ■■ 1 -p.enir 



and internal decoration. It is not onl 

aged to Francis I., , 

Stuart— but much of the 



de Poitiers, Catherine 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



August 13, 18C4 










THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



CiL-tlctnaine from the s< 






readied before arriving at 

.agh!.>onrliond «i some very 
rah .|ii.art.< reefs, m b : . ii have been ivorl:.,l se, pr-.i:! nl.ly that the road- 
tiidc station of Tamable has rapidly grown into u town. Our 
tin graving is from a phnio;:vaph l.v Me-rs. Morris and Co., of 

ri!.-,! . ih--heot. M.dhimrrr. who l,:iv.- a bo supplied 11- with 0>Xv!k'lU 

phul (.graphic vkw- of tlie .hick-sons (.'reek Viaduct, tin- Plareoart, 
Stnhmi. tlie Wi <--,i.T,d i-onion. n..l ..-her localities on the same hue. 

The Tamalalo Viaduct i- al„.a JUft. in longl b and I in) ft. l.irrh. In 

const ruction diflcr.-. :n nu u-pecr from that of many >:uuh-i' works in 
Great Britain. 



THE POST OFI-P !■; \T AL'fKLAXn.— ARRIVAL OF THE 
A Coinn^roxniNT at Auckland. Xew Zealand, from 



liring'ng letters and ] apt. 

For llaee days after 
ptetely ' ' 



made, write-, the foUowine; explanation 
n Sydney comes here once a month, 
from England. She usually arrives 
id her coming U the signal for a 
the IVit Office, in Prince's-* t roe t. 
il comes in the Post Office is com- 
Thero is here no post delivery every hour as 



London ; people have 

Some poisons, vii recoiling their leif..Ts, open them and read Lhem 
on the spot. Th.-y ranaot read them amidst, the Huong, but they 
stand a. inrle apart, mid- i lie- v. randah. or tie V sit down on tie- kerb- 
stone to pcrasr I he eagerly-expected mi-sage. That man whom you 

not, as you might hcaga>o,';i po-tnia;.. for here mm such officials .-xi-t. 
ilc is a eeiilleinan v, ! ,■ has r.dd.n iimi v.iwu for Id.- letter^, and what 
'took.- like a post-h;:g, M . .-.„.., „1,. ( J fiami hi- shoulders, is a havrc^aek, 
which is a common arLieiC of personal equipment in Xew Zealand. 
The Post Orbee, a- yon may observe, is a Lmg. low hail. 'tin--, v. -af.-il 
T,alh Simple- oj- wo-dv-a ill..-. Tu o native. i\ ho have got no letter.- 5 
from England, are lounging oft' to the left." 



BIRTHS. 


nnii'iV .-.ri,' i'n-c'. .'/■"; "|:'ii'',"k n. ,,■-,-. KgUmo fa,- v. ,:■. ■'.! Ca'l'hiiri .VV.' Vai;.-, 
I fit ...:-_-e Jackson Eidai.lye. I'-,., 

■a: ',' ll'tl.V.ll. Li S-.MI. >.;:,■,,,.. ,,l ;, i , 1 1 <■ I , r . ■!■, 

At K<a.;. Tenia Enaijo.a!, t.lw -\ in ...f .Sir i.'li.orks .b.ekson, of A50n.. 


HAEKIAGES. 


On the Sth inst.,-it Chria. Cluuvli. lh.ru. ■ line, Kent, hv the Rev. W. L. 
Ci-vtv rieht ii, .■! the 11. v. 11. <-.< ..rv. hwiim-ieai , lit. a., el C. (tuner, hue us" 
Ihaa-'-K. aire i l.ma. «.).. i.j r!,.- i.a,- .l.eii.s r. l;..„,ev. lw,.. of l.k-ta'.T.ira. Em 
fide; l-.UHlla, yi..anp — ,]., : ,._]a. ,■ , „ (,,>.,-_■, H„; mil, Lsq. 

Ui: W..b , -.h.y.ti.f -Vi!,. .a,, a i ].,■ o -,,i. .,,-■ .ar|., (■ridcV e 1,-t. l>v el-.e If. -v. 

"W.lm-n, 'I.-M,-i;.a T'.iriv. 1 1 ,n- V-r.-h Psy.a.l 1 ; ■ _'|.-.; . ..... -s.n ,.[ lla' lute ,I.h. 

Fri!.'t. i'.u. H" lal-oai. se.a'.-.-.l-l,i!-.a C M:ir C.nr«:<, von:j.-t da'.ajlslcr ui 
V:..l[- )): ,.::,i ■■: I :..,,.. I.. :■ ■■ :.-.:.- ,■.,.:,,.,■. Kew York. 



A( -St..- ii ehvr.se, that -..a ..( ie J^.l-.t. K-n., of 'Wolsdon, Cornwt 

rdiitithc Lucy, .ianeiit.a- , ! r!-f ! a,.- t-.^-vA .'. , Fm*-.>n niul Ladr C. I'a.ea 

On .Time is, at St. euro.- r^i,. .ic..: . M.i.ir.is, Marcrnr.a ifarv, 

»a.a^!a,r er T. J. l/.me'a. J.- . . (;a' \,.u a, L - M, t ju>ry's Alt,-- 

ti'unv.ii liaeloia-. L-,. a-.-.-ia aaa n:a. ,-•■,■ ■■..; r!,.- li.,.ir 

Caiutl Cemrr.nv. nnd f. ai:-!t, !i..-r 3f i ■,. ■; ■.-'- CI.tI; >.) i 

', !■: :'..■ i, i...j l;,..:v ■ !,., ..: V, ■;,.-. : -.:. !t 

Rev. W. toc'ben, M.A., I 



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DEATHS. 

'a. lae Sal; in-t .. at Te".- .]. Gr.^y-. L--e.v. E.Jwar.l Cl!."Vh'teji. tie- iaf i\t 
i : I,;. ;. uai >U'(>:fOii, E-..i. 

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: Wychdon Lodge, near ataflt 

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IHE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



mHE ILLUSTRATED 



PENNY ALMANACK 
., .l.,,i -,,: i.- ,.f ii..- Months, numerous 
interesting informal'i.Ti. ■[■;... in.]. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. 



ONDON; 



I'V.ATii hid, I t 



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-iihi.eti a pre'iimlde ^etlaie; 
an consitlcixd ihaf. 
no law should contain anything of the kind. Where "two such 
minds have lie mi busy we sire sure thai strong rea.^onini; has 
been used on each side. Cut, as Lord St. Albans had the 
advantage of the experience of many eenUiries of civilisiition, 
and had a far wider sphere open to him than had the Greek, it 
is reasonable to assume that the balance of argument was in 
favour of the later writer. Against this commniiplace ;ind 
self-evident view of the case we may, however, fairly set a plea 
derived from mu- estimate of the woiiderfu! kneiwh.ale;e whie'i 
Plato had of human nature ; and, if we do not feel dis- 
posed to swear by the word of even such a master, we should 
be presumptuous, and unthankful to ne'.'leet his siiLTLcest ions. 
There is a subject in connection with which the doctrine of 
Plato may afford mailer for consideration, not of. an unpractical 
character. 

The recurrence of the periods at which the Judges of the laud 
go out into the provinces to deliver the gaols brings strange 
H'velaliuiis to lie/ht. We do not mean in regard t-..i lucre crime 
and fraud. It is, indeed, remarked by those who are com- 
pelled to pay close attention to Assize proceedings that they 
present but little novelty, and when they attract much general 
attention, this is due either to the forensic skill of the advo- 
cates or to the brilliant wrttine; of journalists who, iu time of 
political dearth, work up criminal details with so much adroit- 
ness. We do not find, and we rejoice not to rind, that the 
increased complication of social interests has produced any 
proportionate increase in the variety of offences. Human 
nature, of course, has still its frantic outbreaks, and will have 
to the end of time. Revenge, hatred, jealousy, will always 
prompt the. darkest crimes; sheer brutality will cause those 
which are the must rev«..Il oar; ; while L'fve'l of ■iatn will scarcely 
fail to number its throng of slaves aud victims. The 
despaiiing creature brings his miserable existence to 
a violent end ; and there are — we fear there will 
always be — many cases in which mere folly leads 
unchastened spirits to hurry, foolishly, out of the world. 
We need not touch upon the acts of irresponsibility, as 
they are beside the argument The records of our criminal 
I rials present feu- new oi'etiees whose source we should seek in 
the intensified s t rn -^le for life; and the fact is, to a certain 
extent, consoling, because it seems to testify that what we call 
increased civilisation, in accelerating all effort, and certainly 
making harder the life it adorns, is not the corrupting a^eut. 
which certain moralists would make us believe. We do not 
think that two or three special offences which have been much 
noticed of late need be brought into the question because we 
cannot see reason for regarding their prevalence as accidental 
rather than as the result of any new impulses. They demand 
.sharp and instant remedy, but they are not in the system. 

The stranger revelations to which we refer arise not in regard 
to the mere crimes which come before the Courts, but in regard 
to the state of society upon which the sudden and piercing 
light of a judicial investigation is thrown. If you can with- 
draw your attention for a time from the chances of a deeply 
interesthii' game which i- being played out. in an Assize Court, 
the stake being the life or liberty of the man or woman in the 
dock— and the players being the .subtlest intellects that can be 
brought by love of reward and of reputation to exert them- 
selves to the utmost, and over whom a calm, conscientious 
umpire is watching, keen and pa.-sioules.- — look at the witnesses, 
irrespective of the struggle. Listen to their words, note 
their feelings and beliefs, and regard, lhem as the representa- 
tives of myriads. You will find yourself in a new field of 
thought, which may not be so exciting as the intellectual 
game before you, but which assuredly involves far more 
important questions than the fate of the one or two pale, 
nervous, eager creature.-, ni-i.le tlie gaoler in that pew. These 
witnesses (we speak especially of the lower class of the popu- 
lation, which, of course, supplies oighteeii- twentieths of the 
subjects of criminal invc-iigation'} are unconsciously bearing 
other witness than the true or false story which they have come 
to utter upon oath. They, all unaware, arc testifying to you 
that a vast class of the people have no morals at all ; that the 
moral.- of anolber large class are convent ions aud ptejudio-i ; 
and, in brief, that the most abject ignorance is the charac- 
teristic of tens of thousands of your fellow subjects. Sometimes 
their avowals arc so brutal as to excite indignation, and even 
the Judge himself will thunder down a stern rebuke. But, 
as a rule, it is not anger but pity that will predominate 
in your heart after an assize week. You will silently 

heap Uigcthcrsncli a ina-s of evhienee that '.he mas.es are Utterly 
untaught as regaiils al! but supuii<ial and mechanical matters 
(in which you will lean, that great excellence is ofteu obtained) 
as will teach you a lesson, and it will be one of comparison. 
Did space permit, we could enumerate a hundred proofs, 
afforded drib. £ any a.-si/c, that a huge mass of Euglish people 



We 



ever had the practical morals of 
minds in a way calculated to pro- 
do not speak of theological instruc- 
cry largely, and to glorious 



like the idle 
er reaches at all, and these two 

chicliy represented in the crowd 

si!gg-'S. f ion 



turn, it is given, 

purpose ; but there are myriads by whom 

wind, and myriads whom it r 

eln--es. especially the second, : 

around the legal gladiators. 

Now, is there nothing in Plato's creed to convey a 
that may bring forth good fruit ? We do not say tl 
should be prefaced by arguments to 
But is it beyond belief that, when the sentence of the law is 
pronounced, something in the way of sermon, preached from 
that text, might avail? We do not for a moment desire to heal- 
th e Judges making orations. But when we consider an almost 
superstitions awe of a Judge is one of the few reverences that 
exist in the heart of the uncultivated man, and when we know 
that hard, bad men, who scoff at the priest and mock the school- 
master. receive the admonition o>- maxim from the Judge Wl th 
a singular snbmissiveness, and treasure it (as a student 
of rough character knows) as a household word, we 
cannot but think that good might be done did the 
■Judges make a practice, when occasion served, of giving our 
untaught audience a few words of " moral" from the case they 
have heard. There is no fear lest calm, cool men of the world, 
like the English Judges, should be betrayed into garrulity or 
sentimentality. They woidd hit hard, and hit home ; and we 
most respectfully lender them our counsel to consider whether 
much after-labour might not he spared to the British Bench if 
it occasionally condescended to teach as well as to judge. For 
the pedant who will objee' tha'. leaching is not the business of 
such men we have no civil answer, and the Bench will have 
nothing but contempt. 



eeieieei'V rlie l J rme-"' -Ivove t 



THE COURT. 

f \cellenth 

■"ajc-fv. aeroeipaaieJ i.y r 
' lesse, and ai.e uH.J 
Color..! lai Plat, drove out in a. carriage and four. 
nnivi.-.l :,\ < isU.ree, aaa! had tlie honoin o! dini'ir.'. w-va 
On Thursday w-vk the Qtoou. ao.v.iapa.ne.! by Pn 
walked aud drove in the grounds of Osborne. P 
;,erni.-,p:iii!ed I'V I'nnc? (ana. of Ibj-.-e aiai Earl Granville, 
attended by LienteLiant-Ounera.1 tlie Hon. C. Grey, Mr. But?; 
and Captain von YVe-Lorv-.dler, went; to HUliop's YV.dtVmi, 
and hud the fuaiidaLou-stone of the lloval AHu-rr Tnfuarnrv. 
PI is Royal Highness crossed in the Fairy to SoirJiamie.a, 
and proe,.-eded theoeo hv spoeial tram to Pi-ho^'s WiiUliaui. 
The Prince was received at the station by the Bishop of 
the diocese, the Kan ■ a : Wi'ieh-Ler. die UueUa' of J^hop's Walt ham ; 
■' Mayors of Wii-he-tor. r.aa-iaoath. and S-a.rthamr.rori. and tie; 
■-■'■■ and nrineinal officers of tie- lnnnnavv. who <.■ mineled hi-j 
After the 
Clay Works and thence, through the 

* Winchester, 

ghness partook of luncheon, and afterwards 
lin to Southampton. The Prince and Prince 
Louis of lie-sse embarked in the Fairy fo 

Vesrerdav week the Queen, aceomoanied by the Princess of Wales 
r.ni-1 Tiinee-s Loui- of lie---, drove oat in aa ...p.-n carnage and Cm. 
nod visited the Preav-s of Leunngeu at Cow..-. b>m her M.iie.!- y'.s 
return, the carriage v. : -,. e.-ae, ■;,.■! a.:ro- the M'-iio. o.- ■!!■■ slei'.a 
ferry. The Princess of L em-eva dLQed wich her Maje-iy. 

(hi Saturday la-t. tin: Qn,.ai. accompanied by Princess Beatrice. 
I \\ 1 1 1 i 1 i I f 

hv the thai. Florence S.-yna.ur. barone- Doheneek, La.aueaanl -G.-neral 
the Hou. C. Grev, and ),Kiitcnain-C,.l..nel Du Plat, e-o^l.a rh". 1 in tlie 
K..val vaelu Kairv and erm-ed. '..wards S|ii;!iea 1. Her Maie^y 
took a ih-iee. 
The Rieiit Hon. J'. "Miiia-r GiS-a. arnerd :,<: OJ.omc aial had an 
audience of the Queen, This was Hie twentieth anniwrs.ii y of tli-j 
birthday of Prince Alfred. Tlie <hy «a- celehmted at Windsor wc.h 
ihe ci stomarv honours. 

On Smiday ihe < L )uee!i and Prince and Princess T,oui, of H--*2 
aiaode.i D.vo,,, serri.;,- porioi-niedat. OJjoiaie I.y the Ih-v, G. Prothero. 
Piineuss Helena drove out twice, 

Ca ahaid:i\ r!..:- h*:-.:. a., aeeompa ai- ■ i ay Fria.'^s f.,,., , ,, : p.:s. :% 
a the grounds adjacent to Osborne. Mr. X. Helps 
and had the honour of dining with her Maj"s|y. 

daily walks and drives, in the neemh ai ... 1 of 

onally enjoys a ciahse in the Fairy in the Solent. 



bl.'Opol-l, 

i-ille, and 



ipnl officers of the infirmary, who conducted 
R.aval |-le.diii.:s- to the place appointed * 
' ' " rince drove to the Clay ' 

gi-oundsiDf the ruined palace of the Bishop of Wine! 

: : . oil i.o S- aasia.aor 

: Cowes, and j..in-d t 



walhed and drove i 
arrived at Osl 

The line, u 
Osborne and 

The Court will leave Osborne on 
lledilaods. Tile (,'ueen Ins graea-.asSy .::aw..-:.l lea' intv-nMoa of 
i ,1.1 noiuoi-ial -;a.ai.:: o? *[..' PrniCe Om-.i- at the North 

Inch, Perth, on her route to halniorah The Goirrt is ex.|>ee:ed to re.tde- 
ill Pcotlall.1 about two ilionihs. 

The Ihi.-n !,:is LT.aaoi.i-h,- hji-waoled o-i C:ir-r:ai.i C.-.wper 1'. Coles, 
R._\..throue-h C.ipiam the I'me-oi Uano.gen. I{ N . a he rit a ally 
e-xi.'cuied stataeio: in i.roa/.e of ihe Prince Consort, fa the hf.er 
nccempaiiyiue, the -tatnefre I'rir.ee L._iJimge'a siv- ilio (ii!*'!i .K'-irM 
Ism to, vja-o-s. t.-. C;i|.fain Coh- the great: p' 1 1 u 

her visit to the R-wal >V', rr-nni. li'-ed -n Capon.! Cl-s's una. tple. m 
uloeh ihe rrnav ('..iL-ort feh :■ d..,:|, interest. th.r .Ma.je-ty wi died 
, ; ii ,eeepl t! ataette of the Tritice as a souvenir o£ 

her visit to the Royal Sovereign. 

Mr. Edward Ta v!ei has had the laoon,- ,e ml tin--- ior ininauuo; 
p.-.iaraits foan tla- l'ro,ee-~ oi Wale- and Roane Albeit Victor of 
Wahs. iYir.ee and l'riiie.-.ss bonis of Hesse, 1'viueess Victoria of 
Pi 1 mi In ) 1 I'taneess VII m t f mingen. 

Yr-eoume-s J^<[^, has s i:.;. ■.■.:■■ 1- -d the C-.,nn^<- ( I )ovva;.;eri oi 
Monnt-Fdgcun.be a- Lady in Waning to the 0-.--i.. The Ih.n. 
Fi.a. aa.' Sr-ymour has arrived at Osborne as Maid of Honour in 
Waiting. 

THE PEINCE AND PRINCESS OP WALES. 

m. Tl.m-sdi.v week ibe I'l-.uee :in ,l Princess of Wale,, aeeompanieil 
c and Prince William of Prussia, cra- 
Osbome in the Elrin and bad a cruise iu the Solent to 
witness tlie ('owes Regai'a. # _ . 

V-.ttv.i.iy «.■■!. t':.- Pun-.-, -o .mpaaa-l by Ih.a: .■ I ■■.;- o! Id-se 
.„„! att.n<k;i b\ Major Tee-da'.-., o.d Cap'an v n; \\ e--.ei w.-ILt, 
,„ | ,,!-;.,; on b.-.ed t!« Ib.Vi'.l V.uh Vat :r.a an 1 Al'.at foi acnuse 
t,,'J,.ll.:iV. P)'- R.\sd Hlghr.ee. ;i. .iv, -I iu T..rba-, ,■ four oVl'V'k, 

.„»■ !,,...!;. 1 a' tbeV.ioiia Paoide. To;.|.iav. Tin- Pianv |. le.-.Lxt 
j,-;m,d:anl\ iu a can ia.fe to the le-Lienc' of tin- Grind [Lichens 
Millie Of iir.s-ia. In tie rv, lung te Ro> d Hi.;hlie;s drove to 
Me.dlM t laach. wb. ..er a I ,<..■'. to:'-: ile lYin.v to* be yaelc 

On. Saturday n.orii.ue tie \ .ctovi.i and A'.b .'. "■.•gh.-.l a-tha and 
y.e.inial oil low.ud- Ihu-liii'.'.c.h. Tie ywhl afteiwirl- retanwl to 

]■:., t „l I-- n I i i .louu ive i. -.'in >■■ ■ ■ i ■ :■■ |M -- ■■■: Ii I'.'-'-s, 

• light y - 



by Puce-- I 



operation of leo.hng in th- lid 

I .nil-;' Htmlad to I "■ e \:\, hi, 

to tie ea tv.a..:. The Pr.na 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



If. -■■, cruised » Hi- r.Cu., aid ini-t fie Prills up 
[i> in Torquay nt ■ Vicloria and Albert. 
(hi Sunday tlic lYmc- ..in' I'mce-s. Attend :d D.v 



i ■'!< aioiM ;, v tii« r.:..rr- .,.-. i r, ;; ,r, .=. 

\".<:.\< i- rind attended 

left Osborne Cottage fi 

)i ft 'iiinity Wharf, i.a-i i 

st i. ■; mt'i.1 u|l to tin' >■ .:!l::.n.|.-,.:i 1U!;-. The Prince and I'mio - 

travelled, viii ;) e!ro .ti.-Wi ■:■ ; u !i..i> a v. m a -.il.'..n-< *: : iit ■ iti i< >i. I 

to the or'lin-.t-v ham Lawn.: Sniihampiou a i throe o'clock, find 

nnived at the \YaM |uo .va'i -n shuitly at Mr six, proceeding at once 

to Marl through Hoit5c. 

( r. Tuesday the 1'ni^-, ntt.-iaie.l hv the Ear! of M-mi-l -F. l.'cumhe. 
I.iu-.tn ant-ti.: ■ i.d Ki. ■"- -. .- ■! M i -'<>r 'IV-.-dale. went tu the hxeu-cd 



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Their lo.yal J]iL-hiic>;rs the I>i;ohoss of Oaml.rid;;e nod 

His Hoyal Hi^hncw. the Duke of Cambridge left Gloucester 
Their Royal Hi-jIihoms the Ihiko do Nemours. Count d'En, 

lli> Kxi-i.-llfnry the S| r«ni--;i Mini-tor ami Mdmo. Cnnivn 

The fluke of WcUiiigt..!! ha. iiuiial at Carluke, hi.- aliooiit.'.;- 

The Ihihe and !>n. '...-- ..f Si tiarhnal have h. ft Trcu'h.im and 

'Jin' Thirli'ss i.f Semer-et find I.rtdv Gwendoline St. Manv 
itivo left the Admiralty for l)iil s tro<le I .irk. Buck?. 
The Duke of Leinster lin.s arrived at bis seat in Ireland; 

Tin 1 i\lar<|iiis ;nii] Marchioness of Westminster and Lady 



'I be Ma, M 
lie fiiinily • -' 

The Marqi.is am 



Marchioness of Lrmsdownc have arrived at 
and Marchioness of Lothiiin have arrived at 

Kn>M')l have left Pembroke Lodge, 



Earl and 
liieLmt'iHl, for Woburn Abbey, 

The Earl and ( 'uinite.-s of Sim ffosbnry and Ladies Victoria 

The Earl and ("'imntoss <.f Chcsterneld have left Grosvenor- 
Btreet fcr Bret by Park, near Biirton-on-Tnuit. 

Ear! and Countess Craven and Ladies Craven left town on 

Y\\,lr'i.,.l 11 y r,.r ^ sj.ilnwu Park, Berks. 

The Earl and Countess of Wilton have left Cowes in the 

ii<:Ui Eari';- yavln, Zurn, for Weymouth. 

The Earl ami Cmnte^ of Caithness have arrived at their 



VJM'omn rainier.-, tun left 1 
Sir George Grey has left I 
The Right Hon. B. Disraeli 



dumlrty for Bradford, 
r Falloden, 
Mra. Disraeli have left 

t'>0,-Y(]ior-L';,n for Unrjiemk'n Manor, Bucks. 

Colonel F. Seymour. C.B., has 

.loin lii>i: ( .i!,i Jlk-l, m -,-, I'riace Arthur. 

A man i:i (,-■'■ is arraneed between Lady Victoria 



.. ;;al LvmI . 



METROPOLITAN NEWS. 
i of the bazaar, held 



Gardens 
Ellis, of Old Broad- 



i.-m Hoard of Works, yesterday 



'<v,TS Mfliif Flnval P,u<:n<K 

■■ ■'.!■■ PI 1 VIS". 'I''l" I.'.-'!.' 



owth lSGl^consigncd 1 

ops of this year's growth nrrlv 
Sd W. NofSS W EtoroHgh, wta 



ildic:i-07I i.oys and :i:',i 






made the following 



va ; (in 



,.„ alu-tUt. fWuurei.-tr.ft. s |1( .n,-,r.. 
,,., 1 |.io1ii 1 -ta.(-t.r..l„-.-:.-|<-,IM;<-n.liia-ti 
London and Middlesex- ArclncnhK 



Mr. Alfred Mellon's 



miil'. |T..nii-r i.» 1„. a- - 1 . . .-, - - 1" . 1 1 n< over. The 






The ('• nun i.-.-i-.ners recently :ipp' 'in! ■.■«! . -m tin- Wall I'ainliti'^s 
in tl.e Wt.-lmii-.-t> r I'..! !t -hi-v. i-':.-.l i !,.-ir rei-oi t. Tivy Ii.lv.. ;.. -t .it _■ ,'■ u-, 
I' i- I'imac ..; •■ M i.mn' l'<>'. i- u,- .■■. . ,.n'i I ..i-l- -.1 tin' l...'.v," ,i:,.| ..1 

t'"ll HI. Il-r-. «i. .T.l-:. L>- :.ni-l i I .!■ I I • > , :i 1 „ . I a ■ 1 1 i .. I ! i it J' ( t f hlS WOTk, tllBy 

pirture. TSey ^'.'.'',.!,,, ■..;, "ti, ,'. ','; .'..f,'.,"„ i" \.'.V '" s"' .■ .■m'.um../"-! '-.u 
v,,rl:, hi ,1 1h; .Miu-.-llftl.^ mid Unit il ttio«o_ work^ are Ml,: 



i.|\.v.r.,li.d 
for the 



li]-..|;,.' down 



■';'"/ 




The i'l'im-e of Wale?, who is the pmroii uf the lai-ciisrd 






ii !,. \ uh'i I II 

,,!■■ ■■ H'..l to l.iii :-■' Mi'- <_': : :r;, ,,i L .l Catin. 



th.' " II. iiH 'li'.ii. " [i . VI- —■ It. ::■■:■.■.('.! h.j- II;.- r....|.l (i.nl u.|i[ 1 ij„.t..'iit 
ri-!-n. Hi. 'Mlv kin k <:. rn ..; tlii= v.v 5 -;,l i- !,■■,;■ ■iuir ! .j tla' !:i a,:.|. mi ,n_ ..nr li-.t 



— On We'inc>d;iv the h>n.' \::f:it mil br^an 

■n in l.l.a.liiiL'-- until tin' Jill, of I Irtob^r. Anion 

lie Biii, of L.\L-liaiif,'e -• 



t of 1.1, e CoOM-ii-'ht At.-t. of Hn^i-nviiifj.-i by 
.. ,',,'r i = t'.-. .,, ■! ilt.'.o ;■.',!■■ !■;■ ,.',,■ .-.!■;■.!■■■.',•. m il ii::.- •:--."'. 'l'|... 

,.|. j . . 1 I :-, [f ,!..'.:. i:i;,'!ev ihe .\,.- . ;„■.] a, ■■ v.i,!i..-l v a, ,.],■ an onler for the 

..;,;,, ,,, ,l..,|,a,/,- , lain,. a a',.l L',.-t,. .,!„■ .'ml ii'U al :■ ,::■■! Ik r lo nLout, C-"'". 
Ma ■■:,■ ,.f Mr, ,-t.,: v . !:,■■ ;..rna r ]■"■ I la i.-i ..-M ,a i : :, ■.;. i ... lie- y, .■.■:.<'.. r 



cu strenylliea the cn=e 



Till.: GAIAGO IX THE VJ » »H »GI' AL MirilU'V s 



of'Poiith Af 

by Dr. Wagliom, the j.hysifjan who 

his b.-tM'ioi:rn on \\w Zaini:i-.-i Hive; 



ieir T 
endent of the g 



I):. I.;via::-t.u 
hciui- a. I).: >:i 
• nu.-.uti, of 
1 o( the vol 
Biirthrtt, the sup. 



iilft grey ; but the 



)pcued and spread out. 

;h dtu-inir the day, ami 

ii] on finit and bread and milk. b.e„ like- sweel tilings, and p.n- 

ved a valuable 



Ii-- il-i i.-ita ii is \mv ^eMle : it .-'.<.< \<~ 
■ ■ uilk. hut 



: Ml .--;bh- flllllTi. ,! Wit.!] l!'.' ■■ A, a;,,;,. , , < |], . .,,„:, ,,1 ,-| 

are ninny otlms tin.- j.iiii>u.-(- ■-: v ,lneh iire ^till i\ mysle.i 

tlm-iiirliuat Europe for lh' ir runtcnt-. have each been cluinu 
tomb of the coii<im.ac>r of Ihitiu ; m-vfrtliflf.*?, it is now 
hi/iieved thnt the tomb of IVi^ena has yet to be discovei 

ith Liieir paintings, or ba^-reliefs ; th • bron/,--;. 

■ wen diM-ovcred in the nuiikTuu- tomli- ia the 

. U-tirr dof Chin, i, f. .n,) .1 lii'-t iiupni; ,|K (•'■illtriblltif.il to u'lr 

iwledp i.f t!::>.t w. '■'! r'ul p<-.>i,l.-. tho 1m i-.:naa-. :in-l help nnt.e- 
Greeks, and the Ri a u -. Borne of the wulptures arc, ind.-el, mii«pi- 

wiiv ij.ro the Iinbie '..'■.,*....■ ..r ]/ ;, : -,-:i.i mii l'pitt ic- in tiie Vatican, 
funned by l'ope til, u'uvy X\ I., < r el fwi.. -v, )■ t ru -, ; piv-ervcd i'.ir 



ilM, 



CiiiiH-nn leTiiains in-escn -.-d 



trs^" 1 ^ 






execution dunotiiifr ; 
lenee of Greek art y 

\-w wiitrd in K:reri;i. Ii will W seen by < 



that influence of Greek art wh 
f iled in Etruria. 

p:r.nire"p.ivly - 
icn is a long 

■Mini! M;c. 



and steep ,i-eeiitl, anil that it o/erlooks a si. nil 1 

HO 13 sitll.lt ..-i I at -a,!.: lltlae di-t.-.' 
l.i.!\uC'!!('li:t'-i,in the one hnnd. wit Ii ilie 11 i.L- abonriiir: M'..ni.-p 
C.a: o.rvk.|,v;::.ed r I ,r, .r : '_nu, il Italy Uv. It- wim.— "'I o-'ni vi-i-j il 11: ' 



early works of Raphael a 



..■-;ui,tly t 



^'.-le." ;.! nt 1 
as ,k>eiibe- 
bi.(t.s lo r) 



"THE ESCAPE." 
May last, «'_hen we engraved Mr. F. Weekes's i; Johr. 

-, in ■- U Mm tr 1 v — r i 
.ve been almost entirely iiefrk";-".!, 
..sc.-pt by the painter of that pic!mv. W'v , la.nl. 1, huw.-u-r. h:.v, 
ted'another viv po.inutii;' painter, MV. i;<avis. But we hn.-: 
spirited, well-drawn, and. t 

1 of ( 

llflliieC.II.Vle. evidently a luai'i' elite;, lne and i,n|,urla,,t person i^.'— a 
l:,.rd.a- eiiieftaui, we -bi.nM say— one who, though hen- oliliL'ed ro 
lalf for lll= life, loves li;-litilio ev."l illu)''' liiail p! linden n^. Unr i 111 - 
pie-ion is ef-iifilMied 1-v the' i pi- ■>:■.'■. (--a wbH-h b.lluw^ ll'.e lil.le in l!r; 

etiiai. .oa;e ot the n , 'oni 1 va 1, » -e, 1 ];n b ibn.;u,i ur >i,e Royal Aca.lemy. 
wiia.ve the piernrc wa--> exhibited: — 



! to the brave < 



sh or Scotch wei 
the sui-prise by 

muster of defender 
flight before supsn 



i li be -mi 

..,.,1 t ] r , tiK r .i ■■:■,, -.j.-huM ■•) villa-.'; 'lier 
eo'.-'iiiern riLd-.t. ami, suuner or latei. 
nianbei-. Vet. f- r our part, we own o> ab.-.iv-. u-'!:ir: a. fo-.-it .oil 

II I I 

breadth o.-cape. Aial in sm:;' i If mnnaieiii |--il ,,f this clie.-f, so 
vividly placed I., .'bee n- by Mr. la-avi-. and that. '' ■-"■■■■■ 
Border hero, who, unl^ine; by the lila/.in» 
:ippi.-;u's. .-i-iLTlcdiaad.-.l. to have dune nine! 



help syinpathi.dnc; cv 

horee, he may soon 1 
promise, may safely « 



■^ m the distance, 



"THE REVERSE OF FORTUNE." 
In our late nolicrwd the Pari- E.-liibai-n r-f Fine A iff for the prewar 
v , . r iV e alhiiied tu tin- pie'nre. The >id.j..-ci - -ufficicntly expressive. 
ia uiakr a detail, d ic-er.pt.un imum- aiy ; but ln.w beautiful He' 
widuw appears in be. criet. and what nuhk-ne-- ul c.-qirv-ioi; «'..■ 
pel-ecl'.C Hi the fa. c and ailMieb' m ibi- b, t , a :\- i ivhikiIi a- she Olieri 
Ij.-i' iewels for -ale to the e.'Vn! I lew ' Ibt II - I •' \\ 

..Id "eia-neb to eumpiehend the eM.-at cf the mi-tL.itune. ai.pe;,r.s tu 
-Mi,;,aliiis,- with tie um ■( In. i '■•■ aa-ni-l:. I'l,.- .b.w dealer, e.'hu niua- 
II, i ea!i,., t ,'a- 1 ,' I . i- I -^i-' 

1 Ml I 1 } 

ol -The Rever-e u, h,nmie," Mdlle. Aniaada l'u,i-v,v has ,lbp!:iye,l 

the .-.nnc hannonv of cnii|«..-.iti..n. the s; -cv. airy of uutlino, ami 

deptli of -eniane-iil w hicii haw ehanclevi-'.vl Iter previue.i 

' many of the ainmal Salun- ..f Mie I'alaceof Industry, 

' ' -s attract much of the public admiration. 

; of entirely new 



where her works rilway> attract l 

An cle<2fim!vd.onnd album. 
la[.li- i.f tin- U-.t.i! ri.-iulj. i 



The new instrument of Mr. Rowsell. called 

. .^-..ranl l,j Mil- naknl e>o. 

extend the Factory Acts 



THE ILLUS TRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




HEVERSE OF FOim'M-, BY M A 1 1 i:.M "I; ELL ". H.IM..I FOUCillE. HI'iM HIE PAUL 1. A1IIBI I'lO:, 



•-»" and ft e .. si llv .„,„„., . TUB TBBATRE 

the i "Ksi£s n rP°^ 

• P'l. ■ lny.|,T,.,-:< , n ,|„. ' ' i, ' t0 JCaoiuy. V.' 

- ' us*?. ■»? > £%2 of^s^i? ■$ 




'■'. Ms 






i ri(. 



<.ipta,n. ul,,w : ,-i,..„, .,.,.„...;. ■■',;•'•■■ »"■" tllfcf ,,!;,„. „. 






<■■ i-i"iei.cc ( -\ ( -,-,-,i^!:j u^.^v' , 



■"«1 all „,.',: : 









f i tin 1,1 , ,1 j • I I III l ,, I 

""" " ' 






if, I , ' I,',,! \ m I" thle ™l> all those 

?'"■'"■>"-""" »>"<■ ■ i- ,.,;:,;"; Ii , ! -" j ol1 "-'^- n.a. ,-,, 

,';:::%' v-r,.;:- o V: i v ; ,::,;:;: -;,-, r: :- 

.','" ■'".'■•'■ !l - !"■'.>.,-, i .■..■'.'"".' "' '''-■>■■■:'■ >« = o„.-r. 



**.», .»..%;■ 'i-::;,iv,: , ::: | ;;:;; n i, ! , ,i ; ■■.■!- 

SCIENTIFIC NEWS 




g"tridTtL°e^ J, ,' ' ," , ^'"^""^""^'.^P^Ste^S^riJ 




J»iiH» W c "~ -^^^^S£ 






/»Sf„?^ ?i see ca m°o OT a._l 1 

l"s>. l,r is ,, .-.S . , "' l''""t,culnrs conc> 



SStiaSSfj-g ™**rJM« on T„c s ,h>- „ 

tf^&HSSSSBfflr.Ss j*v» b« site' had *Z 

ih, f,n„ i **""'• 

s™n"d'a r A S ™ d ,', ,* 

*-r*j. ,, A B 

BencdKI l , ' ^Blh.,U 

odw!n eXC Tr i " er Md the ' 






iloat f h 11,y <l "!';''l l.v fin- 



IsScf l^i S^op oV LoX'r 



I I r , , 



touch his pocket. 1 
doraant claims has i 



Monarch, no ]c Ef rer. At t h, , " ' '' 'V ^ l' 1 " "' •• 1. I>n V 



as;;: ' *$>3Sm 



■ ™; ,ti , ii ,, , t , 

■'■■:,r ;.;".. "■"■ — «,,:■".■;", ; ■■■- « 



IIS . ' ill^ 



, ' ' "■ ' II ,1 



Y " r ,1 1 M ,' ,, „ . ■ ' ' 

,, ,,„ , ^wrecnut .... 






f' V " ■•' l '-''.>"!,-,,„.,'„ n r',' ■ ■■"•''■ ■■= |,| " 1 ---"-':.i>.-0 !»•"«»• "-hlchsho 

b^s,,',',' „ ' i , i«h°, d aoie, e s 



AI-.-1-ptJ.,,, j,,^ , :(||J 

f _ Dolphin, foiuid 






,■.■■<,-";:"' ^..iv,.,^: :. ;:{^>"'^^^v::z 

;;-; - ;;;-;,. at WwhuStC^™ to "- «^ P -ni 

' 1"! ' I , , !_ r' nnmchasbcea 

■a, of about 1,. I i " Jlnltl , ' " ' ' 

•'"-^Ti.r:': 'i,.',!";:-..;.-...' 1 ."-''-' ■''"•'■• ''■'^':;' ! ;;: l ;,,:; i i ;;!';::: 



, ,'''' s ,;.„,';,::.',":,! ::;::"", ";: ° rt -y ^-. 



l.^n''']''' V ' A liill ''" r, -' ri '-' I! 



I lb ,-v„,-,lv , , , 



JsjJ^'Stt 



i"-'u--i... ...;"''; '"•'• V ii « 'i n ; ;■„' ;" ! '- •!■■,- 

"■'., , ... , .:■' "•» ■■-. i - ,,,„;';;, ',„• ;■;/■'"• ■•■■■■«■< 

b ° S '' P^i^H^Sl?!^" "« SpldS «S»""( St. 






^Caliban on Seteboi 

I>'X-m the fjii-mcr is 



" lia.^b.' 



' i , , .' ' ', ( ; 

'"1-1 in 'il'.,."""' .'.;'",■,■,■ ' ' '•':'■'■«. -"u "-""'s"'""-,"'^;'',,' 1 "" "' : " 

' : '■■.■:■ ' w". ;•■'. - : > ■■■■•■'■■■< '""-i^ SeX^CV?" 

'«■■■«> " '''" -: -;:::;„.,:;;■: ';.■.! ;-. ■■i- .,■:,'„ „;::::„",:;:; 



,,,) lirii . '-.,.,.■,. ',,,,. rii ti - ^ ."■.. , ,.,„,. ,: j .,.,.-?. . . 

"'1,,'J'i",!" ;" , ,' l 1 ;" '' ■'','■' ii!e i:.',.',,',";','. ':■ """ ",■■■ :<~ i.w.'i- 

'i>,',..i, . tl, ', ,."■',■"..: ;".;', I''" 1 : 1 ',".' 1 '- :..;,','";:.;;;; :'■■■- 



»1I; ' ' ' , ! !|§ss! 

lEH^^^S^il 

', 1 ' 1 " ':;'/■• ■■''■■■.'■'■"V: / , .'■'■ ,>:■■■' ',„",;,,'; :; ! .. 
i''" m ii.'' ! ."'.';; i ;u:;:,;.v; ;,'; "'':'■"■.':.-: ■■■.".■'; ■■,-. i , l '™ ; ,' ;;; - : ^' 

' n.,,,1 ,. .. i .,' , l, ' ,! l: '"-" .,■■!■■: is. , ,. , ' ■ Cvl ' i " ■!"': 

*^™^.&; ' ■ • '' ' ' .", " , .■' '.; ; : : i ■ -"p"l&g$°& 

m. ii ,, ";[.;"■ <:•-■; ■'■ l '--i "his,,,,. ,,, r -,!--;™'. j",;;--" ;v- »■,■■■<■■ 

^"s. , ^U.!i■■';; '.' .V. ''- ;i . : -'' : - : ='v' ^ ■:'„■" v/-'^.V;" , .''V:' f -' i :r ; "-"'-" : 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



; SPORTS. 



orfc.-liiro played Nott. on Thm-st 






-;. .'.,.'.; 



THE MARKETS. 



; I' .;. i-; ., <-■ i»-. i »■■- •■""-:■' ' 1 ';; , -;:;;!.„; ,v ;; r . 1 

. , .., c, i ■. ,,..,..« laiirli..-. i- u.'t the ei-U 



iv,,. .... 

■ ill,, II, 

horeelc 

extra,. nil 



,„.ri;uu]. 



, ,--. r,r (I,.,! the ho ,,<•!, nntn 



;>"i, ; ;,,i, 



,fi!;-;; 

Flying 

aduli.-sion which We 



notion" else on Wc-lv: 1,, 
her of tlm 



l„, ;1 r<l oniselvcs. ■■Sir:,,,,:, . I,,,!. he 
tin,,, 1,0 , M In Ki, ;.-!,, ,,,!." Th,r,.' 

Englrton'Sle^ 1 ' . "a ! : i"-" 31n"^ 

o.-csionof n" scone." Ihi- n,l,ns;,l 1. Ad, ., .-. «» 

,■,],„ ,;.!, -.COlld. v.-,,- ■„ I.'IT -L„V1L- HI,.! "I" l'-l" 

hrl. -:„o l.c «.o ii-olcd v.,ll, tlm .hon-.-I. ■■M'-li 

i,„!,..v: ;,•!,, ,i. i,i.,i >i»- j-'i-y ■.->' -■•"-' l "'"> 

cMTlit.iis to play the part 

u I-):, a liiirrfli anywh.'iv !>!'' 
Tin r.cwirs niiriui" In- ■ 
t„uvr.f Sn--ix Lrathum:'-. 

:■■■■: 

„'.' ,,.,. ■■',)„■ Vdo.i.al liim-cll >h„,il-.l be „-■ .,IV ,l-i I').. 1 i ■ "I ' ■■ 

;..,,, ,-..,- ,,,. i;„i,,.,, .\,-,-.rv n.,,„ii,-v. was „,„:t:o,l wl.,-,, Hu- 
ll ' ' I ""* d iTr 
Weaiberby pMicily .- u!,-,,,! ^: ^C^Z^^^S. 'there- 
,, and they < 



. nr't.l]..- II! 



fore, did uot include her 
returned her as " drawr 

t , i i nrl ind genuine sport 
somewhat .ore cm the i-'int ; b<>' 



i--,M. nl rli-' lt'i:'in>/ C:i!,»'ltr 
,1,-. Siuiih. th-iu whom n m. '■ 
Ln-miin^i^mandoe, not exi-t, naturnlU IV 
° _„:_♦.. V„* T,„ Em ma the idea OE a peny 

1 i il UyClubui<~ 

('!' Imi ur.-~n\ p-ui.Tallv. tlit.-r 

.,. I mm. K,.„i.» ,,..y i,i-k-1.i,i;."-- «-i t.-.-l. .,.„,- ;.;;-;-i.i 

1 l ' ! r ' , ' ' , 

, ,,, I-., .,, ., • ... l,v ii-- it; :m.-i!i,, l'i ■',' !;l - i""" 1 l " 'i | '-i" , l , 'i | "" 

, i , . , „ M ty 

I i x ' 

''!"", /■'.„.'(, ,.,,.,, .,■',,„, .,,,-,■.. 'l'i.-. ...1, ■,.-., I'ii- „, l,v tin ,u,l„.i- 
,, • I 1 l l l tl 1 

l ' 111 11 'I 1 • I ' ' 

who pm ,1,™ ii !.'■< no mo foL ililll, has 
been well followed. 

LEWES BACES.-rnlDlY, Alio. 5. 



l.„ v„ I 111,., .,1,,. !■:-,,.. tl,,' ■„.,: tl..- II---- l;,,i„,t i::,v 

|"l ! I , 1 rl I ,'m 1 l' 1 " 

ii,,,,,, -i,.r,n ii-.,,, i,,, l 1 l ";;"™: 1 \':;/^:;';:;;'"|'.-,,, 

i iii 

■ will ,,l lliehaid rV,\vler-P.iitlcr. I"-',.. 
V,,,.., ,: :.,„, ,. „,„! I:.:.:.., 11 ,11. S, .V „ I ■',, ,". 

,. ..■ I M, ' ! '■ , .-' ,.' I I ' 1 ■ '" 



The will ,,f tlir Ilev. William IVr.-tnti. H.1X, F.U.S. 
I \ , !r I \ r It 1 \V,„. Il:.r IV 



,,,,...,, ,,,, „ 
Bnok Ita 
,„j-..i,, w.i- twll 
HI. will I, ■.„-., I „ 






.,:■,:;■■ ,; 



'-' ''-''-i '•■•' '-'' ' '•''"■ '' " ";,'■" ' | ! ! ^v° 1 iMmbor°ol <> a 

- "•- British Mease... 

The latest advices from New Zealand report no further 

,,,t,„.y,.i„,„t„„,-. Iii'tr , l.u-l - ,..' ■.-■■■■'.. lev , purlers- 

[.-,v 1 1, 1, i „, is stated to be the chiefs of the different 



„,„t::i1 d'-'-n-^ 
, ,.','. ,'. 1 ,.'., ■ 1 I rl.mi I,, |„T„ , rn, tin. , „,„■,,■ 

,„,.,,. ti, r, ,•,,„,. ,,r in- i.-->vi:- ,r- ..■■; ! ' v;,";^.:' , ; r „'„;;',,, '; ,., , ,,;„ 

\t„.li,, i in.-I :,i„e ha- ,.rcurr„,| -!.,,-.viii- the .laii--.T< t.i wliielt 
,. ; i'\ v , r „,,,,, .,,: tl.,- ..i..,tij .„ - , V i-.v.Ti,-- i-;i-;t .:■» niio 






•:. La-ly Warwiok, V 
ap'r, L\ S.,T«:i-,3. 

Syi»p»tl>5, ■'■ scyirn.: 



|-.i,,.-U,v..H,r, 1. D,:-,, :ur. .'. «' 
Hill :-l:,l:r-.-T;:..-,,,.-.,li. 1- L-'l |! ''-■'[ 

- It', v, ,,:,,■. 1. V,,,,li,„-,|. .*. S,.„..i, 

..■^-■l■l:,t,■.-I J l■-■.'.■tn■tl,„,.l■ | ^,.-,v , .' 

,-.— Lu,ij Evelyn f., 1. Pretty Girl f., 2. ^ 

HTKTINODOX RACES.-TttBSOJT. 



MONETAEY TRANSACTIONS OP THE 1 
(From on 






AN ELEPHANT KRAAL LS T CEYLON. 
We lately receiver! from Mr. J. D. Herbert, of Kandy, Ceylon a i 
of i.l.i.l., K raiihs which he l.n< ,,nl.li.-hc,l. representing 'VMioiu K 

, 1 ill.vlvntS f 1 i ,!,.i,l,:,:it-l.,tcl,.l-g I ' l ■' 1 



IV ,vfvr I,, :,„ i,i-,'„..|i:i:, 
,'iio (-.,//„», /■>„„,,,„',■ of 



1--.I.1-, iv.-ll.-|.i'tia. in .N,,,.",..t " 
„c„l in „„r Ellgravnng-: 1.1 »e in 
description of 111'.- nllair. o-].. n.lcl Mom 
Pcpt.-J. which snpplic. :ill Ih- lie-dud ,-x,,l„|,. 
, ' , I I 1 I , I vlon tl ro t h 

O-G.vlv. the l;.,v,.r,,n,,v- :,L-,v, ,C th !:„nh„n, di.tnct. wvie 
i.,. ...v.V-il ,,1 ti,c ,,,,,.- i,:.i '.'.d nv.vc chtettnuis to form a „ 

I IV - 1 1 J I ,,' ' ,' 

im-lit-. lor 'the purpose of 'oeinr, l.ow the » I 1 .- -pa w.- 

.,,. orrU l.liv... Til.- ,.,„.:„ ,„Ttormo,I V :,:.;-t M.-oVl, 

tf'l,,,..'. ;,,-i... ,.,w o.;.-. i'V- Ii-,, ■,„■-., ,11 lulani.ii.i!.-. K, 

l c P °St"o,"e; i ',' '.' - .uSiK 

ii i , i i , i i - ' '"' '',';,' , " 



ft 






HEADING RACES.— Tlirn>l>\V. 



,,,-v. 1- I vly Effidift. 'J. 
,,::> i lm..ul.l. M.jor 
eof KdOT.1. Dr.Swiflh 



htiUl.'J. Cli:' ( n-C 



1\x- RiA-al Vu-lnri.. Vacht Club l"'.'-;-'"^;' * f™^^? 

•„'\ / „'' mi, : '.'■ -.1... a -i- -i, mi-., t-uii S'. ■' (.■■■'■"I i'i-i;- ' ' " \ ^" " l .' I l 

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ArOTT9T 13, 1864 



NEW MUSIC. 
TV'ALBEBT'S LA BELLE CATHERINE 



D 'ALBERT'S L'ETOILE 
Qr.U.IlII.I.ES. Two tela of Quadr 



I'ALBERTS GALOP FROM L'ETOILE 



rEYERBEER'S L'ETOILE DU NORD. 



/ial: 



ALLOOTT'S L'ETOILE DC NORD.- 



D 



ALBERTS I'OI.KA MAXI l:KA 



TJRINLEYIllrl] \1:T.~ <i'ENH 51 1 UTAH: E, 
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> RINLEY RICHARDS' LA ^ILAHOm 



UHE'S FANTASIA BRILLIANT. F,. 



TT UHE'S FANT 



SCHER'S PENSEE DRAMATIQUE SUR 



JENEDICT'S FAUST. — Just published. 



1HE GUARDS' WALTZ. Br U cut'FIlEV. 



pOOTE'S FAUST QUADRILLE, on 



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XT, A U S T POL 

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,HE HARUM ■ SCARUM GALOP. By 



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'UHE'S LEGGERO INYISIT'.II.E. 



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NEW MUSIC. 



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pOOTE'S MIRELLA QUADRILLES 



lOOTE'S MIRELLA WALTZES on Gounod's 



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IRELLA, for CONCERTINA and PIANO, 



IRELLA. 



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BOOTES KATE KEARNEY WALTZES, 



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F. LEIGHTON 
THE LAST-ELECTED MEMBER AND ASSOCIATES 

Since our biographical notic 

toll an.l bcjeim.'. "j.-.n ;h 

»!«->*- "f full membership, am" 



been elected. Mi". Cooke has pa—el fo in among the Associates 
into the higher grade. ;siid Mes-r-. Sv;.};e::s. Loigbton. and 
Calderon have attain! the pivlmimirv degree of A.R.A. 
Besides these changes and add: A—. Mr. Millais has been 
oWiitWl ommn the « firer. fortv : " but. as a DOrtrait and 



„ ashed engraver, ami wa= b.'rn in Loud 
effort in an .■■■n-i^oi in dewing the )-bur.~ ib 
Cabinet" and " Loudon"- Encyclopedia." H 
attention to views of shipping of which he 
tor'.-e o.'lleeiAn. In I'-AJ bo commenced ] 
frequently visited Italy, Fiance. Spain, Afr 
prosecution of his art. IK* was elected an 



— ~J51. It would 1* impo.-ahlo witliin 
2 a tithe of the large pictures by this a 

numnerof small studio- and ;<< ■-..-k^-t-l k >a<-m.<ramto lie na- e\ocmv.j 

is very great. SutVuv it r. - -,iy. rhar the im a', mai-ruy of Mr. G>okc's 
larger pb-rnros aie \io-ws ..»1V Holla!!. 1 and Venice, witb shipping. 

'■'J'l- ■-:--- -Oato-anl ,,f M.i'n .-;.'.., Rirharv. lt r l> 1 Tangier-. The painter'- 



phenomena, was no: Aug -u.c< iecognbed by th< lAy.A Society 
lis tbt-iv elv'Tk.n ,..f him a- n Fc-lW. Mr. (.',.„ ,];. i ■, - ,::• played 
a great deal of lienc-vol-iu b oib:g m regard to the establishment 
of life-boat stations along tie coast. As wo stated recently, on 
the occasion of ergi-avAir a piemre by liim of " The Ramsgate 
■Life-boat."' he has not hi'. L -A L n z> ■...■ p ( -. -luction of his pencil in 
furtherance of this excoli.-i.t object, bat be has contributed at 
one time a d'.ii.iiioii <■'. L-'»'-i i, r rhc -ame purpose. 

■■ prime charactcri-ti.- of Mr. bonke's art in literal fidelity 
.tuie. He is probably the most ^cieiuitically accurate 
T wo po=-e>-. Hi- picture- not merely gratify the lovers of 
sin in art by their exae; iv-product na, of the outward aspect." 
iral world, but thev -ati-fv the genl,,gi-t. botanist, luoteoro- 
■hitect. and shipbuilder. Tim- Ins works b.ivo a kind of 
ary as well as ai't vain'; they are in the highest degree 
? as well as- plea-iug. While the urti-t admires in them 
■kill ami truth of mi:". 'An a:.d er. at technical 'hush and 



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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



Mr. Cooke's 

" topographical 



up and scrupulous re 
has led to bis being 

« wjahji^uiv..! [.....u.-.T ; or. wil.li Sta.nlield, ( I ■_■- ^ ick . 
Huberts (especially in tin.-!)- earlier and mure careful 

they "literally 



painter. Hut, cxecpt 
characterisation, and as implyin 



Tmu 



very unjust as 



topography 



comparative want 

bject and point of vie 
i'hat " topographical " \ 



_-ly dc-erip- 



■.'.'' Ami 



higher in: 
anything - 

EDWARD BOWRING STEPHENS, A.R.A. 

Mr. Edward Stephens, .me of the U-t and mo-t promising of our 
younger sculptors, is :i native i.f E.xcL ..■]■— ,1 L-ity which has been orna- 
mented with some of tin.- artist's mi'.-i important works. At a com- 
p:uatii'cly early age bo became an n.lielod pupil fur three years el 
tli.- very cniiii.'in -cnlj-.t.-i- Mr. E. 11. iiailv. i,mw ou tin.- list of 
voluntarily-retired lc>yul Academicians In 1M:J the young student 
gained tlie gold iiudal ,.f the lb>val Academe, for an" all. .-lehovo . .1 
"The Battled lb.' (Vi]i...ii.iiii.l Lupithne." Suh-ejueiitly. he -tedied 
for three years i„ thai gn-at arti-tie centre f, ,j ^^ulptms cv.-ii in..v 
I ban paint, rs— J{< .me. Since Mr. Stephen.- commenced bi> in..!' pendent. 

Cssionnl career he ha- pi'odu.ed and exhibited, principalis at Die 
1 Academy, numerous works, of which the following" may be 
instanced as aim .);:•-: the in..-; remarkable— vi>:.. a lii'..-n:e marble 
statue of the late Lord Lollc. seated, in tlie coionation-n.U-. : a 
Inn-re group ..f ".-.,i.i:, '1 ■ mpt in- Eve : " another lur-re gioup of 
"Satan Yun.pii.-hcd' ( l«.ih in the Groat Exhibition" of l*.-d); 
a hle-i/e ligure of "A Deerstalker;" "Eve Contemplating 
E>,nth" (is;.:i): "Group of Enphro.sync and Cupid" (Is.ib): 
■'Mercy on the F.u.ik-hcld " f 1 S-i n ) ; and "The Angel oi the 
Ib.-urrcction" (1m. 1). In leu'.? Mr. Stephens contributed to the 
.Am leiny Exhibition tin., model for a ch-sal portrait statue of 
"Su Thomas Dyke Ac!. end." afterward- executed in marble and 
eixeted at- Exeter, East year the sculptor exhibited a model for 
another large statue tor his native citv— that of the late "Earl 
Fortescue," in his p, tl 's ,-,.]„,., which ha- been executed in marble 

...-.IS..-!: ,, >.-,.:.; : ■ - ; .. ,-|,;.. -■ ■.'.,., ■ 

the " Earl of Lous-lale." -eated. which wa- pin ecu in the centre of the 
sculpture-room, and, alt.houL.di ...pent... some -light exceptions of de-tad, 
wa- very generally admired : and a third larger work in marble— a 
.statue of " Alt led the ideal," comm^-ioncd by the O.aporai.iun of the 
City of London, and p!..c.d ::~ one ot the -eric; of statues between the 
columnsof the Egyptian Hall in the Man-inn Hou.-e. This current 

G-ar Mr. Stephen- has e.xh.bited the model for a bronze statue of the 
^te 1 1 itke of ]'...-df..rd. m peer's robes, now about to be erected at 
Tavistock. Eesidos thc-e noteworthy poetical and memorial 
sculptures -Ha.- variety and merit- of whu-h prove the range of the 
artist's iiowers and ;,.,_. advantage.- he lias derived foan his early and 
thorough pix.fc>,!omd cdarat.oii— Mr. Stephens ],a- exeeuied many 
bn-ts ot eminent and ilhr-;i-;...ns iric-ii. Mention -laadd al.-o lie made 

•' ■■•■.. -m. id i:.:lr. ;■:■ !:_■ .-.■.■- iii I. .--relief, e<. !,,!,!,-- Mlied I. V the I-C- 

IVinec l.'on-.,r: a- part of the - C"iiiii.- " decoration; of the" summer- 
" ■ of Buckingham Palace. "We " 



counsel of Ary 

ributed a j 
" The Triumph of Music,' 



Academy exhibition entitled 
■mg Orpheus i lV t i,e power of 
reueeinmg ms wne Iron, Ib.d..,. d'hc Greek fable of Orpheus 
iry.hce furnished, it will be remembered, an episode for a. 
in the la-t exhibition. The f,.,U. ,v,-o-,._. are the titles of the 
a! pictures exhibited sub=e.jutiniy .— " 'i'ti-- Fislicniian and the 
' from a ballad, bv Goethe.; and ■■Scene in. in Koinen and 
' (1S.YSJ ; -E.oking at 0;,_- Ua|-.pv Autuiun Fields," Ac. (]S,j!p) ■ 



Worte" (18Bl);"0dalisqi 
Angelo Nursing his Dyin 
Girl feeding Peacocks,' 



Servant" 1862; " Ahab 
"A Girl with a Baske 



and " Michael Aug. 

Italian I 

exhibition have already been mentioned, with 
Golden Hours." The artist ha- been long engaged n 
.lira! painting over the altar of the church at Lwidha 




lueb we i 



elected A.Ii.A. 



he should not I 



Mr. ''Edward " ni.it.ead of Mr. Alfivt Stvven-— the 
■ -eulptor who. as wo rightlv observed (then, as 
; of exhibits 



l.it-ly i 



i ordinary 

En D h h scul] t 1 

back, by Loal John Manners 
monument to be placed m the LV'ii=i^:or>- Court of St. Paul's. Cum . 

l>ri.-u:g a d. me. and canopy, and horse oil the top ! But of tlus 




bood evinced 

encouraged insomuch as "they ga^ 

i'. i'h.y ..|.|.- . i. howcvJt. f..r .-.me year, hi.-, de-lie to ■•.ndy 

in diawing were ic-ceiv. i at Kome in the winter of ]«|-j.;{. 
painter since dead. nai,,,d I ihppo Meli. In 18-1" * ' 
to enter as a student the Royal Academy of Bell 
a coir.parativc withdrawal iie.ni art for ft year, 
embryo pamtcr was receiving hi-' r. ::. : .il e ; i aeattou at a school at 
Fi.,iikl"oit- 1 ....i!:e-M.n...e. -poo moment- only U ;ng atlordc.l 
.hawing. Tr.r wiatc: of IM>ii w.w F|n.-ut in I'ioren. e. and he, 
w.ls the father at hi-; yielded to the sold- de-nc to embiace p.-.iai 
a- :i ]■:< ■:".--!. ;:. S-.;,k drawings },y ;!„. >.,„:,_. .;„d.li( w.: L - • 

yeai-s a le-alcnt at Florence), and the iathti pioim-ul that" 
decision should in i--:: ■• :, :i,.. j -,dt- of his interview with thej-culp 
Tii.-^ -t:mat.-. f th'edr..w:ng- f.,rnic.lby P. -.■ 



the professor's studio ; 



■ w.re next pas,..-d at Rome in diligent -t«id> and m 
painting th, largo je< turc of " I imabue." repu-.-e-niuig the prowso-iou 
(consisting in the pi.t:.:e r.f ("imabue. hi- .-c!;oJai -. and piincipa! 
Ilor.ntnie eoiiteiiii'.uar.t-) "Inch is Paid to have accoiupam.-d. w nh 

g'. ■>' I -od i,|.,..iag. tbioiigh the .ireetsnt ||,.. ... •_,, ,:„. 

(bur. bof S.uita Maria Novella. Cimabut s pictmeoi the Madonna. Tin; 
* ' i work by Mi. J.'-|.;.t'.n 'at the K.'Yal Aia.lemv u 
' sit did 'from 



lie is the sou 



inferred by his patronyme (which, w. 

c - 1 ■ greatest poets "of Spain), is ol 
■I the !;..-■,. .limn (. 'alder. n, I'ro 

1 II ,11 

ei> in the Chui-eh of England. 



- .May, 

eoii-oiueiilly ln-w only thirry-one year.S of age. He 
o England with his* family in 184G, and 






Ivgaii, in 



; pathetic picture, 



paintivg. 
Of Alt, Newman 
went to Pans to study in the atelier of M. Picot (Membre 
del'lnstitut), and remained one year with that di-tingm-hed 
artist. In ISa, (after producing .-eveial minor pnanres. remarkable 
chiefly for the pr..uii-.: held forth in their ver, painstaking execution| 
Mr. Cal.lel'ou exhihi;....! at the Roval Academy tl: " - : " 
since engraved, entitled "Broken Vows," Uliist 
Lougfell..w'- i-o, in-, and ivi'ie-enting a dark maiden, 
and i'aliering limb, heariue; through a garden fence her faithless | ov ,-r 
paying hi- suit to a fair girl. ' luiconseious of being overheard. 
Tlieii. ■■■forward Mr. t'alderoii has > ,..-;> : , ivgidar and prominent 
exhibitor. In I--OS appeared " The Gaoler's D.nightcr." a toiirhing 
incident from the hi •..].■■! i. llevohuiou. and *' F!..»ra Ma.. 1. a, aid"- Fare- 
well to 01k, lie- Edward;" in 1 s."'.< another touching picture of 
■■French Pea-ant- finding their Stolon Child'' at the booth of a 
party of sultimbamjues. or strollLii- phiyers. l.y whom it bad been 

" Man goeth forrh to his w'ovk and ir.s lal.onr," Mr. h'alderon coin iniied 
to show a invdile'-uoii iV.r subjecrs r.f pathetic or moumfid interest — 
whicli one might fanev attributable to the melancholy tendency fiv- 
oueiitlveliar.ici. letirai the Soam-h reii.perainui;.— in"" Kevei uioi-e," 
i.lsnoi. -,iid the " Reuirn from Moscow " lintidi Institution, 1m.1i 
a soldier rinding hi- ,-,n ■, .i heart uunnn.ed in a convent '"*" 
lb. ■!»■'- Lhrthday" in the Hoval Academy Fxinn.t 
named year wa-, however, piu-hed in a i.-yeii- lay ; ; 
iure m the -a me. "La Doiuande en Manage. ' di-pla\ 



■j;iie_ V.. inig 



in particular, was precise 
lies-; inl.be lattcrthel.irn.-l 
charm of practised skill. A further step 



a very marked step 
ly work the handling, 
i too-obvious caref ul- 
ggestive 

■1I..UI1," 



have engraved) ; and " ' 
to speak, they being 



lamilv. and ,.,ue ex nil battered down by cannon : and " Kalherhie of 
Aragon and her Woine'i at Work."' Or Mr. O.ddeiotds more recent 
pictiu-es. "'The Enti-li Embassy la Taris 'jn the Fay of the Ma--acrc 
only with thine' eyes " (which we 
: Hampden," it is not ncce-saiT 
jwn, and having been recently 

Mr. Caldoron's ri-c in popular c^timatie-n lias been unusually rapi ! 

ie subjects of h;s ].;c[ui-e-. which geueraUv appeal irre-i-tihlv i.o o ■■ 
. uipa.thie-. cor:-iilniLing. po.-baldy. in - :ne me...vUre to this reVulr. I 

II 1 I I t I j i 1 t 1 

rtist'sinoie recent painting iu-iiiy the amicipata.-n that Mr. Oalderoii 

ill rank a- one of oar mo.-t disnuirui-hed 1 aiuters m those branch, - 
i historical and " hi-torical-genre ' pa.mtmc :i, wliich ins chiet -uc- 



FLAT-BOTTOMED IRON sCIiOOXER< FOR NEW SOUTH 

Wl. hay ju-i lcCeiee I an a.-c-uur of the : ifc anival at Svdncv ■■: ;he 
two mw nun fl.-.t-b.tt. m-.d foi.-..nd-aft -eta ..ncr-. \Ve-l ll,-.rt\y 
No. 1 and We-t Hartley No. -J. hub: by M.-.-,s. u-v.",* and s:,oan I 
for Mes.-is. Bioomlii.hl and Whit.dai. Li Sydu.-v. N. w South W.des. 

midtl the- f li|M'V|. M | of ('apt., I.. U Willi. d.er. The dimcU-iolis ot 

the-.r vesscb are a- Kel.ov .—Length, '.«> it. ; bn-adlh, 17 ft. tl in. ; 
ileplh ol hold .*■'. ft. ; llu-ie i- a ,a;.t ied,,..i,d wl:h a " drop " of n ft . 
The vessels are chi—d al Lloyd's A lf«i six Veal-, legi-ler INI t-.us. 

and carry, v. h, j, |. .■..!,,'. ions of coal. They ate nci iccll v tlat- 

boitoined. and. wlun loaded for Sydney. 
With tins very light draught of water." 



nly dre 



tpcricuoed very eevei 

v South Wales! and ar 
ioin L;ukc Macquaiic. ' 






Hartley Coal 
ycd in cairynig 
■any iiave .-otiie 



\s the harbour of Lake Macqnane 
it depth at high watei, vessels of a 
issarily reqiurcd to convey this 




wind ; since No. 1 West Hartley i 

Uikcwbc'l 
3 only (j ft. of water, which liavt 



, 2 alwav- lay to. showing that thee vl-s-cK woi 
y as in the other. Captain R. Whi-aU-r has Ida 
■sis. Richardson, of Newcastle, and sent out to S 



Valley of 



CURRENT LITERATURE. 

<■'"■) 'I be ie. in... of Captain Semmcs. tiftt of^'he Su 
Ol the Alabama, ha- gone forrii into all la.n.l- wh- o 
can penetrate or the trumpet-tongue of " 
the nam,. ..f Svinuie- i- historic.' ami ■ 
Syrii]..i'hi-ors v.ri, Oonfederate-s and s 
equally moved with wonder and admil 

Alabama, defying i 
Jones had"arisen ; the story of the 



lit. 

nd 

be 

s if they 



suddenly pounced upon ( 

i Iii 11 I 1 i d Cll 

dodged a water- pntc." and their Command, r- mu-t oiten hay,, ,-ur-ed 
" ! 1 I t tl 

^ ' ' ] c 'u'f^ <"" dl,.-tn:e: l n„. ' j } 



an-: !"i 






a 'hi 1 



the prnat.. loinnahs and other pa 
C.S.X., and other officers/' The ; 
perused ; but the lovers of exciter 



Captain Semnaes 



_nu (except; mat Iat.,1 one oil Che]b,,niL'j in whicb 
is engaged was one off the coast of Texas when 
a -up.a-.or weight of metal, sunk the F.S. eun-boat Ilatteras. 
io-t. n is a story oi Miiiuii^.iii.iip.T w --.Is. of weaihorin" 
iMtuiiig anl 1 1 I | 1 | 



should have boon mut.n\ is n,,i suipnsiu- when Captain Sennn.-- 
sa.V- of Tho Alabama screw:-" Many oi my fellows, no .Pail.t, 
thought they weie shipping us,, -., u ol private. >'. wh-,e il„vu,,,il,| 

, „ l ''' ] II I 1 

woefully disappointed, h,r I have jerked their, down with a 
strong hand, and now have a well-disciplined -hip-ot-war 
Finn-hmeiit uiv.inabU follows inimedcaiely on the heels of the 

olbmce. It has taken me three or four months to ac. iplt-h 

tin-; but wll n n , 0l)1 . „!,,,_,, lh . lt , y jlMk . kjii , 

sisted ol one hundred and ten of the most r.ekl. - fiom tin- 

grogg, rie- ,,j Liverpool, 1 

with Captain Semmes's 



'.t much.'' Joining the last few words 
k, " The modern sailor has greatly 
stickles for pay like a sharper, and 
ness and love of adventure" (vol. i., 
;he majority of the 



seems to have lost his 

p. 21111); and with the notorious fact tha 
Alabama s crew were Englishmen, one is i 
- hatred to the Hag of the old Union "' (vol. ii 
to have been amoug-t " their chief active pas-. 
union they were particularly an.xa.irs to keep . 
synonymous with workhouse. That they v 
captain there 

on "Harry Smith 



le-eue declined it civilly and made his way 1 

""'■ >i- I -' ! !'. i' i- m'Vel:k,lvth,t ],^ conduct was ,„-, 

; ' ■■■ ■ ■■■ ''a- :.'■ ■■ I-:.-- ■ r ', .. ' v a . i v. ';- ., . .j. -. -' ■ ■ 

\ } 1 t i ' t 

thing in his cue. or the table, or the " f". ','-"' ■,'.'. 
liai'ly imfavourable to him. and lady aca].-- 
faihue ; I,.., i: i- c l, ; . ;il - that if Captain S. mnn- w 
disadvantages under wldoh ho would ii-d,t 



is no doubt, and 'hat thr-y toiieh: -dl.atlv i- e.pudly 

it they fough't 

mth .a tl.e \\ ;. no.- pnn.ciple than on any other; and, 

who wa- hailed lo-m the Kea.rsaige witli the offer of a 



have known 
Capta: 



'.' engagement. lie-u.!,... p- |, , ir , t ,,-,. )v nia'nianiiu. an to 
plain Wuislow's statement- v v...l ,h. p. _".H) when they are 
'.' to the Alabama and to ,. I... uht thorn (p. J7',> ft ,icq.) when 
not. We read, also, "a >ear previou, to this meeting the 



to fight 



the Kear-argc ' 



they;,.. ... 

Kcar-areo had laid (aiV') 

Captain Seiiimcs. He had ,,n that occa-ion - 
not artificially defended." It appears, l 

r"te w illing under these circumstances 
had been " c .n-tui.tly in purMur." it seem- very unlikely that 
(.;«]■ lain \\ m.-low s] K , u id have had either inclination or time for 
getting "iron-clad." Jt is not pleasant to ,,a.) |, :! 1 M - V ,.,.euses for th.- 
mislonuiioof a gallant gen;!, man. Captain S.-nilne- fought an, I lo.-r, 
and there b an cud of it. lu-mi.a.-.ion- a"ain-t the I ruth fulness fair- 
n..--. and humanity of Ins etieiax caniaa men.! the matter; a dignilicl 
sileia.e w-.nld have been mere becoming. Captain S,.;nm.-s ha- done 
Woudertnl d.c.iiaoe to his enMnies ;u.d hi!- heel:. .f Wondertul a- d-t- 

' ■ ■ " ■ ami I..' .i.o .; I,, ■!,■ and a a in ' ■ ■ :■.,• 

plulo. .pher aluio-t weep to think that so much produce of 
have U-.-n .nth!, -ly s m ,k in the 1 atixT. sea. Captain Seium'. - i- i, aly 

-' ; ' ■ i'y ■. N '' i. •.-:-. ■: v..;.. i..„, ■„,,, ■ \y,. 

" - ' ..:-■:-■- a- a I tie <■ midiciK i.' ' Fa'. :'i 'ad'ha - has 
in.UTKd a second time, and has two batches of children, towai.l- one 
" ' ■ 1 v, hoi., •■ .,:.:', ii-.:,. a- -i,e ■....■!,.' -t .ads j !; •!„. |lj: , ,.,' , lWn 



And it is a-urni h n ■ thai m. ..e, f".i|..ili.-.. -houid baie forgof..-:i the 
songster's wise -aying tit she r-v.-r laaid it), and have had tm sus- 
picion that attachments would 1„ i,.,,,aeil between Cousins of diileieut 
sexe-s. llow.vei.he! ey, s weic < '.. ut aa'.ly opened, and the leader 
will !, .tin both how ti, : ,: , v, :; r w a- b)..i:-jlu to •,..-... nd ■ „w a pretty, 
wdli 1. bit alVcctionaie "iii *;.;- w.oi.d and w.ni at hist by an ugly. 

but l-i.iv, :,-..| kltalhearl d. ■ed.e:. civ .Ly,,,-.,,, the part" of 

otlnisaiid 111 isniulci stall, hn;-- on i heir own 1 ■ 1 1 1 - mad.- t!:-- -■ -I- lie i b.i ■■ '. 
fo; a moment hi- Inidim -s. I ,| ,gi ;,d rhei: ui. itv I hie, a i. I !,i,-,.. d the 
yom.g wnV toan eailv giav,-: how. by mi f.il.mc. tile uucliant ble 

iliijuoved. 'Tin ehaiae.-rs ::'e c.xc 'i. mlv draau; :).■;>■ ae ,-.,i..l 



(2 vols. 



«.;:di po ceded the Diltl- 
:|>er-oii;dcliaiactcrandadn) 
'I'houia- Maitl.uul, popiil.n'.y know 



to Sir Henry sto.k-. tho 

■"-' ''• t'«" l' [ b.'l he hv. -...Ibercd t..;,-:l,.; ., ■ ,.,-.,,;- 
I leaiuks :pou the phy.-ical fcaliiics of the S,v,n 
■ li-.liU . til. Mine)'-, and ca.-tom- of ;|,.- j.jhabii a I ml 
C I"!-, m'.e.-pci-ed Willi ]k-i- a,,l .;.„! „t hei* anecdote-. 
!-■ d< -t-ucioiiof the lo,'ihe..\-n- :,- I '.„ fu. I .■ ,i . 

cagcrspect.itoi . . ,u.io.,, ho . v , ,,■ ■. 
' The decks looked on th, nuns 



-The Fiighsh of both sexes 

a> they ventured or were permitted. 

of Fori A bi... ha in four, a gieat-rdi 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



< ... ■ ..'.,.' la ,;■! ... ,.:;.. ■ ■;■ ' 'V 

j(.Wt'Vr-l-. was overheard h\ >.-i)|..: one eXclaimni' _-. I'l-t ' "- 1' T'- r- .'.'impart 

.vnOmovn up. • I wi-h thai Lord /,' ; / were on th<- top of it.' " He 

-•. no d.iul.t. correct in MivisiL' that " the 1'.-- '"d Coifm ;m a naval ami 
miliary si... n.. n and as a ple.i-ant winter abode h>r civilian-, will 
ihvay>' l.o deeply ami pener.dly re-ret ted." It U well known how 
:i-iilv eMeemml a^ a niihlmv matem I'hiii w;|, hy m.> py.od a. j mitre 
is (.li- lair Fmperor N:.|-...;..-.-:i I. ; Imf if i: w-.r- rio-ht that it should 
)C ;,'iv..'ii up. ami if right should lie done thontrh the heaven- 'lf-|.. we 
oiinot regret it i I'.ngli certain civilian thereby lo.-c "a 

•U.-.i -■.-. Mt winter abode." 

/n.,< »'^m' n. j»t, /„;..„■■>,.:■>* <-■/ .ww n,^ t c,.-,-/,,. ,,/,„■./. 

'I vol. Simpkin. Mar-h ill. an J ('...) The ..1.1 Miyini; about "a wnlt 
n sleep's ciolliirm" may I,,- applied to lids hook. It is taken up under 
.!„■ „„,,, -....» ,],.,! It emitom- a r..»l.lllEirl.i.^ral.) i y. '""I it turn? nut 

:■■ 1. !"■"<■. it iallv an advocacy of Hahnemann aial hoimi'opathy. I ml. cd. 
[,,.,,. ,. :i j ..;,_■',■[ i ., i ,t ,..!- . 1-.- 1 ■.'!-;. t'.-« I ■._■ ! 1 1 i J--.-1 v t' * a 1 >i- .-_t;i i ■! sy i ■ f Hahnemann 
-mi.) I'.- lli.' ono-e of hoimeopntbv. It l? r, r re-.mt.d. so far a- we can 
liat Samuel J *» . i - J I <_ a rime; fool h-r ail in- relations bwan.-e 
a h..mo..opaihicallv hvated ; tliat lie «:i- educated as a 
old school, hut l.y pergonal experience 



they v 



hiii'.- like li<>ma.'.".pailr.' ; thai, tliront'li houuv...pnthy lie won 
a. hl.-onnii- bride; and i.har l.y roamm of lioimropnthy he has now 
three healthy children. Lei all v ho are anxaai- ;.. learn the umrveN 
L-llVete.l l.v ,: ihe lit! lev he-f " lea I the autohjo-vaph v ...!' I >r. ( \ir!iue;f,.rd. 
S.hrli'-i.s hr,,,, th>- I, !!■-,-. n) (\n:in:, Fniu.r* <:„;,,< ,,I!is. Author 
of " Small Rooks nil Crea' Sn! eject -\" iv, (Tiaihner and Co.) A few 



va- pnl.h-hcd anonymously, 
. both ui this country air 1 America. ) r embraced ;i number f 
" scientific,' ami relieioim : ami all wore treated with 
elegant ami agreeable Myle. The 



i Hreat Sub- 



letters of Miss Cornwall 

istic outponj-iner-. at lev-are. of a miml imbued with deep 

iboi.-lii. ready 'wit. and much gentle and womanly " " 

p.,.:.,.'!.-,.'', o, -..re-tine- are '.he i.Mmr.- Mis- ' V.'iTiwallis ad.. 

her friend 1 Livid Power, F-p. a ken h no Queen'.- Cmui-el of the X<-rl'. dh 

r.'-eim. wii...-..' premature a::d 1 nnente.l demisf 

The poetic addenda, and one (the first) of the e 

ject-, and .-.-in m letters the eminent Smmondi wrot 

n, rui an appropriate and at'o.ctive portion of the volume, and the 

whole has a charm abort it that recalls the famous letters and 

remains of Eugenie de Gnerin. and continually re-minds one of 

tl,. in despite the dnurence of countrv and of reliu'ioii? opinion. 

M;-- (_V.rnwall!_- i ? very Im-li-ii in her dome-iic and political tone. 

a-ul a stanch -upportei' of she E-i a.h!,.d:ed t'hurch : Imh her pmlo-ophy 

take-- the widest raiivre. and Liiay be well and l.en.eiiem.lly -tudied by 

all classes of readers. 



NAVAL AND 



INTELLIGENCE. 












The Channel Sqnadi 
The 37th Ecgiment 






.■ presei'it to make Qceen-t' 

Lieut. -Colonel 



Four oonipanie- of she sTth (lo-.val Iri-h) Fi.-iHer- nmrciiml 
■m li. !■ r .i..:r. ..n T i.'-i;iy n,..|iin-. i..y \\. ill ml ;.ml W.-.me-iit' 



THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. 



On Sniur.lay lri.-t Co!.. n..d ki'-hi m- . .I'li.-i "i II ■: inspected the 

t, l.;...'.r.L'.''-, m H >-■!.■ Pirlr. It. -u.l !.,- -ii..a!a f.'-l it hi- ..liu r t.. mi!;- a m.'.-t 
i'...'..|.0.|. j, ,■..,'. r . . r ri .. \\ ,,■ . ale " -I O." ■ :ti. .. r,.", ... .'■■■ ...,'].-. ;.l|.| Ml- 

l.'h-i Thur.-alnv week the Puke .f Well in -ion. in pursuance of 

liem-ehe- of then e.aum u,liu_-.:Ti. '■■■-■ ;,..-;.,;'..',>,. 
Private H. ( Vinpcr. of the Cohlst ream Cnanls, who 'was 









dually iuerea.^ed in intensity, ami he 

i Monday at "Wormwood-scrubbs. 

" a " ■ .| II,. ■ (., 



in,p.-.-t;oii of tie !oi:i .Middle.-, v ((■'.■!, tral Loivhei) 

I.I. M'c ■' i '■'■' '■" i '..i ''a. oi a l.y uk 

' Hi. ..,■,„■..,. | ,,., , i,.ia. i.. i.i.i'i.ii,. ..I in- o la. i.i.'ii.mi ( ..|..i..'i . ii,,.|.ii..n-\ 
d'hc obih '.Mi.hlh.'.-ex br-u-ln ih.'ii' pri:- , e-.vi!ecving to a close 




and Private FerLe-. It..- slu-.tins tlirouglion'fc 
Last Sntnrdiiv the North-east London, which is commanded 

].. i .. i ; ■..,,i-i'. v .;■...;.:. |(. Ifi-ii-i . im-!.-rr,.-m ic^ animal m-j.eei i..u. The 
Morris In ;he m.-n ..a ih.-ir n t 

The London Artillery Corns carried out at I'himsaead on 

S-U. ur.J.-V I ot a ■ i ".a. U ■■! a '.' , ..■ !■:.,. < ■■ .ml m i,|. ,.a,.. , ■.,■ 11. .,-. 

I. ■!. m. ;, . m "!■ i .. < . 'I- ■...:!.:■■ . ii.bli!.'. la i. !e el ., i,:ra '■■. rnel no'.s' 

On Saiisrday afternoon last the Lover Han.ht.s Volunteers 
v,-.-r.' 1 t I m I. 1 '.- | : : et:H. ►,- .1 !■■ '-no 1 U n r i i 

■,...1 ,„■,,,, ,,l,,,l !, v ■:[.-. ; :,! ii-uii o. la-tiimra. v.h.-iv Uew arm, i safelv. T!,e 
i,.-n.-,ri..a v.a- in el- '■■.'■ [■■><■ I .\i" M 1 1"-- L- - .aim- ■■■! ..1 e ,.-■ - it, -Oe.r, „-, ! .. . 

I r fficiencj 

On Monday and \V< doc-. lay l a -f week tlm ]-i Surrey Liile- 
was large and valmO.a ,n iieii-e in tie- a-er.ent.. (,, nearly £400. The 

lil 1 ■" ao -i. v.a a a \ ,,f .. mot -pirite.l muure. 

On Saturday i nomine- Harwich presented a -cone of unwonted 

animal,. ,|i ana e.,,tv. .-. .a .i I l.v a ;..!_■•■ e ithcriiiLr ef v.. In -,■,-- fr,,m tl).'- 

...a, -1.1 en .li li. ; )■ ■,...■'! ;i i I i. a. .Oi" . . i- j- i . -. I t .lnuii >i -lit 



;pswicri corps has rei 

e turn annual m. .-um_' f..r |,n/. — I line . .f the IVaitiliuL'lia 

nlaee on 'nini'<l;i, w.-.-k. \ -ilv.-r -,iii!in..t m a> -la, I I. 



Spencer, as Colonel of the Ne.rthamptonshirc Rifle 

■V- t '• ■'^-■■rt.n.n,:..-; th .■ e..r ( - .,: \'LU.-.r(.. '1 !■■■ n.en an- em.-.mni.ij in 



1'ho pr 1 t tl t lie hire TiQe A st 




ITOcetilincs. win ' ' 
Colonel Mimiurs 

l.,->ia,lier. and t.iL! him that the [-..-view ha. I e.ov 

meeting of the Notts Rifle Association 

>■■<'■ • moiil. .■ -,-. : I:'.; |.l : /e. C'. lYiv.lO- I.. ;.;';.'. •.;,, \ .!: . (Yo-V' |'„r 

"i'o: Nrst mi/.., C'., i'iivao, sh.n-f.f. m.Ii \..tt-. fho- C nr the nve 
■ -t :e/eo :.' it- -'.'.,r.- li .\ a, 1. 1 li. pi i ., . no ._u.e fr, :u C 1 m r:, ■ nr-t 
■■o.i i:i....fi, : -,■,■■„„. p -, ,,, , y , r v.,..,.;,,. . pjli ,,p | ,.,, ,,.. Wilson; fotrrth, 

■'■ '-I \\.m- " !aa'.-or^ae l ',VoV^^mhloh!n'n^'JmJ iiHvre'.i!],! em.' 
■■' .hi n.,- m \. i;. ,, : \r. On, ,:, 1 >.,.!,- of i|„. ,-|> N..U-. « .- main 
' on \V l; ,i;,.-„!ny— open to five II I m 

Last Sati inlay the Fonrtli Adrninisirat i ve Lri-mlo of Lancashire 

I ii r , I I ,, I ill | ,-, i, 

The 3rd Administrative Battalion of the "West York 
t-(.'oiomO Holdsworth, were 

' Momhiy wcek.j-.n Heatli eonimeu". i„','i' W.,k'.'!^|.'l'.' " J m- i"'inil«'r 



The animal competition of the Durham Conntv Rifle As; 

iatl.e, eeminene.,1 at >t.o,h7 i.r.rn. n.e.r rh-r.-r-le-street. on Tuesday, i 
oneludol on Imiday (la-t v.e.-k>. mul t!,..- o.-ait ,,f the saootim; ha.i b< 
mmyutly .a,io:. l et..ry. Ta,-!.,', u..! u .,li,.,-.!., : w-iv , I in n| 



Artillery Volunteers i 



t liattalion oE Cumhorland Rifle 
" " crland Iliflcs, took 
U-.iK-y. abstain. 



a.-eli.-t and in,.--' cm- oi th- e. .n ,,n-. . The mm. -O' i.ei li of tha TOlnnteCTS 
a-e-eiit, with tin- Y>-.'.immry Cavalry, v. ho mmiher..-.| 171. was ulwut 1800. 
The fifth annual meetincr of the An ejus and Meams Rifle 

\-oeiafi..| e.m an Tii- -d.o, '.e.-.-l, . .,n the I ,i ak ■ ,.,l Montr.. -e. I he mineijial 

■omn tui i t •' i i - i M ■:,- .. ■!; I \ u i ,' 

Master of Imr.'tt. m ho ..!-., r.."ir..,l a,t-r u.alJee m. I II and M 

|-;.manlK-.-, ■.via, re-|,. ■ loo !.;. mud. e.! and o- : .a o ;,.:-. ., W.-. |;.i l: , | .in'oll. 



. ]i l.rio-a.lo. Royal Horse Artillery, under the 
Denne. nmrehed from Alderslmtt. oo Tuesday lnorninn. 

inaid.s. Colonel Marshall, left the North Camp, 
50011 Guards (Caraltineers), Colonel Sav\-yer, 



The <.ln,me.-. -ciew i !■.'.■■;. -hip.. I'aplain II, W. Hire, anivml 
■ ■■'"': !;■ ■.■■ ■■! ■ 1 in a ■■ .■■ ioi 1 -■! 1 ii, i.,...c.l: Tin 



A nnnilier of noii-c..rnnii.--io]ied 



lolhv.viiio a],].., iiiiim.dii • 



In nddiiioii 10 she ill..; oedniioni. of lion 
1 :■ U'iii-i and Miii-i .'. ■ o 'In. d o. 






ihe h-ll.c. in ■ ; 



s; .:.;;/;; 






Tlic annual pri/e-nioeMu e el i: ! 1 ■ |;.asio| ( Jm- I ilooco-; ..,-.:, \ v , ) 






The ("ilamoioaiishire yoluiiiee'i:, had their annual review i 



medal to Sergeant Hesher ; 



.01,1 i.y Mr. N. 1-ou. and ii-- rhio! !■;.' Mr. V. loen. 1 :, !.■■:■ o,„-,|„ titions. 

The National Fille A-.-ocial:ii.,ri has i-.-ii,;,( i.ho I oil. ovine; 

■ no. for tie' In ■■ l.r.-o, Ol..,.|o ; oil., to Mr. ||. . . ..,-, : ; .,.■.. ,a ..;.,,. ..a, 

,.;' ||., \l.o-. '., .:,.,- |Oa.- ■?,■! .M-.e, ;,., , ■ I : .r, . ; . , , o :l. I ■■' \f r. lli.diy^. 



The custom-house am lioril ies at San Krimo.-m discovered a, 

,\ iii.-i--- tl ico lie; 1. n-.m- ' .■,'.■:..■.', e. ; ■ lei.-e iie..aoe..l as eggS, Value 

ui. e.ili'e. ieo. .-■-._'-- ha i»ii, tiii-l .vuh ....mm. Eiich t^g is wortli 800 dola. 
d'hc Lcnint ][,;■<. I, I t.f .Inly -Tlh males thai Colonel Stewart, 



1 \va* even eoa-ater than eollld lie snp[)lia] ; 






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■;i,u-:-n^ 



ind all of them were 
I. To equalise their 
ad made a handicap 
Is of greater capacity 
heir slighter competi- 



onging 
[to the 



Earl t 



Ro--e; the Aline. Jib :"iis I*- ...lining to Captain 
Thvihi-.-.jn ; the Ye-ial, « 1 tons, belonging to Sir Bruce 
Chichester; tin: Albert ine, l.'iii Inn-, In.longing to Lord 
Lmule.-bmrough : Hie Viking. 1 U t..n-, belonging t< 
.Time- : and the J .ntrepid. T.'i tuns, belonging ' " 
Monceaii. The course was from Cowy r. 
Light, thence to the m.rch round Cal-hot Light, ther.cc 



.* Count dn 



: o:::b;:u,iMj ;i 



■il,.'" I: na 






' 1 'j 

i,.i 1 been rum 
.*■;:- hriehtly - 



ere was a light south-west wind; 
ng easterly, but was ixarlv done ; 
ining. All the yacht*, at .-fartincr. 
north. The Uk-itinc a. ,1 'l.itania 
;'■ ■ ■ ■ ail- u|> iv.-ll and M..k n ■: I -tart, but the Aline 

running ,-tiojij t.> thi' wi -t. -N<- ; a: 1 1 if C'uarantine-LTOiiud 
th. Aihertin-. ivli.ih hal --,; he, -^laresad. went ahead. 

I :_-<■■:-••■ ^ b. ■ini'Wa.-Udl rii-r*. Tie 



. fuivtl>p!i1:l-f-:. b 

[.-ail breeze) dragg'-d them 



sails. The Viking i 



-■■ -m-d fu dc-pi-c it. k'"'].'mg a 



. the Viking? 

whieh now began to run under the -bore. No further 
eli.: _■ ■ ;-..k plae.-, ;iu.l. a- tbev rxuuded the Wa.n.et. the 

Ah-itine was >nll rii-t. The tr-uhne gave up off Ryde, 
at which point the Intr.pid. b.-ing . .uly fourteen minutes 
belli ad. and having twenty r.. receive fioui the AUxTtine. 
looke 1 very like a winner. They bad again to jibe round. 
and the Aline *ont d<>wn her bug.' topsail fur u more 
moderate piece of ranvas. a- they bad to haul their sheets 
aft hi order to fetch Calshot. On the way down 
the Intrepid seemed to stop altogether, the wind 

t.As , k i iMi-.r, after getting round the Light; but 

beat down, either by skill in maneeuvring or by 
superior speed to windward, she managed to get ahead, 

rt : ■ e \"!:i !.■_'■• i ■.:■ :-.hple:i • ia' \y . h >-c to 1--I h, ami the 

AJi:.e rounded the t.vpo boat at AJk aljont hair a minute 
ahead of the Albi.-rtine. These three Ye-sels had saved 
th.- -lack ride down, but the unlucky Intrepid ami Titaaia 
had a hard tight f<.v if against li.le, ami once, if not twice, 
th. Titauia was ahead. From the mark-boat there was a 
fair run up with wind and tide, and they passed the 







Lord Londesborough came in the winner of 

Cap for lst-,-1. ai'rer a v, rv hard and ■ ■- ..".Vri -h 

This was au almost 'perf- ' 

bright sun, with a fiv-h win. 



Queen's 

yaebt---ailiug-:i 



appearance of Co if ] , 

cameinwasnscoiiin-ed.| i iii. 1 ii..ldpi.-:iux'otasva li-ri.r. the 

saihm: yacbt= ttymg m through a (k,:,,f near eighty yachts 
all crammed 



L H t 1 1 IN | 

designed and modelled by Mr. Archibald .1. P.anvrt' 
e is rich in ornamentation, decorated with startish 
. ami shells. It has two panels, one adorned with 
by Longfellow— 



The other pnr.el i- c"tii|n>sed <-,f : , -_---„up f .-eu-nvmpks, on 
the ever a figure of Vivierition. -eaoull.s being imn>dnee.d 
on the ornamented handle-. Umlir b.i-c are .-:h'ei' panel-, 
with limyal cypher in-crjptimn. The va^ is placed on a 
stand covered with erim-ou v.;lvet. Our Eieuaviim .-ives 
a r-pre-eiuritiou of the principal d, -i-ni. 

The K.u:0-,we-t.,wn r-atta towk r k 
aft.-rn.-...!). There were r ovine;-. ua'che-. 



beach. The Prince 



who crowded 

Wul.--, Prince and _ 

and Princess of Uaninevn. and th 
b'.ard the Po.-yal yacht, in Cowes 



)g-ma'ches, 

JYiue.-.s of 



shore and afloat. 
f the sfjiiadi-on, -R. Y. S.," as 
by an Imperial 



when, as if by magic! the entire Al- 
and other vessel-, including the lo 
Albert, and H.M.S. Jne-i-tible, wer 



awantly illuminated, 
from the grounds of 

Cowe-e under the .-uperintendi-noe 
Victoria and Albert. 



wlm ii wasnndeeid.d ..uthe Wed--'. v, for the prize'. -iv- 
b\ ih.- Pmyal Yach; S, |iiadron of Hi" guineas, and Jr> ■—■- 



Chamberlayne ; the Sm 

the second prize. The rmeeu r 



:rs belonging to a yacht club, 
w. !<■! inn-, belonging to Mr. T. 

54 tons. Mr. G. [larn.-.m, taking 






Royal Yacht S'.pia ir. a l_'a-:!e ..-n t!i-ir return to Osborne. 

On Saturdav, ;'.-■ o- -atta was hr.'m_'ht to a elve with a 
match f..r a prize to be sailed f..r b\- vaelus under l'oo tons 
belonging ro any yach: club. If wa- won by the Vim lor, 
lo tuns. Iwlon-.'ing to Jlr. A. iJutican. The meeting was 
altogether nm-t successfnl. 

We may pass h,,iu the R.-.yal Yacht Club to the new 

hi 1 Ml 1 le at Cowes, a 



i! -.. ■,: Mr. 

evening, in the elegant pavilion which he h 
Engraving, from a photograph by Messrs. Symom 
Wheeler, repre.-ent.s tins -tructure, as well as the dri 
fountain, which Mr. Stephenson has also provided. 



Our 




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■tone of the Ih\v.,l AM^rr 
> provide for the poor of I 
i of illness, and that constant 

THE little town of IV':..p» ^V.LthaLn. l;i HaMi-hire, w"i> enliven-:-.! \eh:.h e.-ni .->n!y he -reared for them b; 

od Thur-hiv week hv the ;.re-enee of a youthful member of the lie-hop's Wakliam i.- situated at th: . 

Koyal family, who cam-. >ei:h the £t.iuou> pennis-ion c" 



Infirmary. This l 
he district those 
attendance, 

■j Wbeche.rtvr 



.^■•uih.LmKori Ih.-pkal.=. and hey..^! that of the P.-rt, month 
ipital ; at any rate, for the treatment of either urgent or 




CALLCO, nil .r . : !1 j" ItV IHt. MVI.\i;vr"M-: n:<>.\l :-'ITi! Al-':li'\ [':>!! THE ZOOLOGICAL 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



•>..il..y ..i.l la.,-, greet I,., ,,i[„N. I„ , .|[,...-i.,._, ,!„,,„ „; 
re almost beyond the sphere of their operations. Tin- 

■'i' Ul.ll !„■•! al 1 ;,.],,, p' \\' :l l,| nm 

;'' |Y - ,Q,,i! "liV '"' Htu-IN.-.I-V ,-h .1 ],,. |,„|],-!,,n~1v 

"le-1 UUCI- -t [II ill:, ll-Iilahoil ; slo- has , ,..,,,, ,,,,., | k [M 

■ "I the '■i:,.viil tllns Jul,, a - v ," and sho.-oeoi- |,j 

-I Hi- ediior of the Priii.-,. ft,,;.,,,,;-, ,p,,.ehos ;ll|[| 
■'■'■■-'"■•■ H. ■!].«. i I, it i., .1,,. IVivv Council, „„,] n,,, 
..aids in I. 'mm! -toospiv.s he .,.,,., I „.j.!„. u „. 



Royal Highnesses i 



• Ml lllg! 



^ .'I'.'. 'HI I III..' .M.IYM1- 

ptOIl Tlell. I,,.;,.],,! ],, it,,.!,,; 

, in!.. 1 Kill..-," '-' - 

; of laying ti 



■ Bas.-.all.ei Hint- Volunteers. 



.'.'.I r tl'it .iri Atail 
ti. mil Anthem was sung by 

.init 111. pcrfoniiano.. ,,f ,!„.■ National Anthem the young 
I 1 '■'-''''- '■'-' »•"■'«■•• »;'!' 'Mil lira,, v, lie on hi, right and 



LORD PALMERSTON AT BRADFORD. 

The comer-stone of the New Exchange at Bradford was laid on 

r.,,.„„ljv. I.y Loll I'almci'ton. Ilia l...„l- in, ,,.,., j v ,.| „ .,, ,,„. 

1 
the working li.-i. f. maintain a ■■ dio,,ih'od a.,,1 .., ..,,.,,.,[ ..,,.„!,,' 

The line of route I.) i.linh il,... ( .ioc „ ,. ,,, ,,„. ,„„.„ „.,,, ,.,',. 

with the profii.... di-|.Iay ot i.,!.„ir,.,| ,,, ,„- .,,, ,,, ,' 

rlat'- ot nil n'.'ions il.nied fnan the j.alaiial uiiie),, ,,,.,,, ,,f |. p.. 

road. IVll-p.ac-. Marger-nieer. and ail the ,„■.,,, ,,„. 

, N ' ' " , ! ' t' 1 'I 'i I I ii » is snrSmndcd 

' ' , ' ' ' • • "1 ed by spectators 

provided with t,cket<. On the arrival of lh„ ,■..,■,. go. ill,. h, ;l ,|„ 
I'laved 1 I 1 , II 1 , m 

and the Corporation, and i t!,..., dn.nlt.iri,.. liaii,,,. alh-hted and 

round tin „ , „ 1 | , || i 
briefly welcomed Lord Ralnier-iou io itrailfoid 
tcJ to 1,U Lo.d.-hii,, v.!,,', 



. beautiful sU 

Hvt, and g applied th ] i i i f i 1 n 1 1 

■■' tone oi the building laid. Three heaily el r^ 

"'-,.. :"." h lV:llL "; '■. A H Pv'f'l'lv that OH earth do 

roeeeded to the palace grounds, where an elegant ll 

in a hug. iiias.pieo. Mr. Kelps presided, and w 
-right l.v the young Prince and by Eail (Iran, 

i I iince Loin- ,,i lie-so. J,, proposing IheQueen'- 



1 ■ 'I- - 1 i I 1 i il lil,i 

: '■ is- -i ,,.- i ,.[ paioi-i 1 ... ,,,, -, ' ti,, 

;■■ '■ - ' :''>-'-" - '•>■■■■ 'l-'.'s-iilu,! -..:i.-...| ;!..,■. -I ,■ ,:il„ 
I'll! ,1 tl.e v, o-aii and i 1 , -,,„- 

la-oei.t l.o-i. bject- w! o w-re di.-tiv-s.-d ; for. wh.-nevr an ,„,-„ 
o-,airr, ,,, wiiel llil by i.ie. rs-M, or tool, her Majc.tV was ;,!,., 

,;,, ..,. ,, ',:v : ' * . '.,'. ■■>■-- ''^ 



the C<»'| .oration, and 
uiKen up their posit ' 

freest. ,:,.--. .no Mayo. 

11 'I ' |l I I i t I 

1 M 111 | , , 

lower stone. An address from the ExchaiiLro i..mpany to 

rlie noble L-.l w a; then .-,,.,!. to which ho h^lly ivpL,,,l A 

Mr-;!!- 0:1 -.-■■ V'-.v hx.-ibiii:-, Jm.vii,- l-i'li ;,■!■■.■.! |,v ti,.. \'i,., r t 

} 1 rl IV 1 1 1 , , 

days proro-jdi::^. wlm.'h w..T- ,■, .inln,-,..-! t !. ; , .,,.,!,, ,,,, 111 ,,^ , IK . C J..." 
fully, *-..* h:,. .-he to a clo.»e. We intend to .^v-":, u K„-,.,vin- ,., tiio 
ceivinoiiy in ..n-a-xt Numb- when v.,, ,!,,.'! ,;.:,.,- ,,.„,„, ;,..,,,]„. u | 

In iheovo-iny i.i, LonHiip « :1 - L'ii:..-i-t:iiii.j..l ;i i ;. ,\hm<-v -'v.-n in 
J 11 ll , ' - < H 11 A.tor ,1 1 ] d m| , 

tiitionol toasts, th- ,h:uru..u_ ,„-. ,,,<,,,, t ■!„■ |„,,hi,„t' I,,nl IM,,,,,,,.,,. 
Jhe noMo L.n'.l l.yn-rlv o.^;,.-,,,, :...]. ,-m .,-,-. ,;„., ],;. tlrinks for tho 
'■'■■'i : " 1 .,-..... u ,:}.', ■■ ! ■ I,., I !, . >, ,,.,, .,,,1 ' 

i'|' ; in »'<> th n ..ij. mi, i i ,,,„._. , ,i i Mll , [1( , U( . M ;, w ., ]i(h 

- p-eeted with nj,,,!.,,! oho..,-; from the douse 
all parts of the spacious chamber. Tin- H. ■,,',- 
Mayor. Addresses " 



.' |T.,.|.,. r ,|,- 



■■:■'. ■■■.:■■■ .: . /. ■ ■ ".',-'..' 






Lord Palmerston 

. >i '.'V; ]': 



. - . < i mi i.i] I. ti, M, ;.,.,■. Wir,..,. r r „ m ihe.'ori.oration 
tho Uiainbor of (.omuioroo having b,,e„ pr,-,„i ( ,l [,, r,urd 
T\T V'\\-"\ '"' h '" l " rti M>- ''i"^o.l l-y Mr. (Sand-. 

secouflod by M:-. \\ ickham. M.P. fur th 1 i i 1 ,, 1 M1 ,t I l,y 



■ agreed to amidst i 



T'io grievous dome-tic lo-s of her 3 
kind to her people in all their su 

Lo..»poM v:^ then proposed, as well 
■ >■■ which I'nnce Loui.- retuntod tl 



■I't.'o-'y l.ii.l. onh- niado hor more 
rlorin^. The health of Pnnce 
as that of Prince Louis ,,f Hesse, 
ianks. Soon afterwards, the two 
eLh-d back by a sp.-cinl train to 
'-* *' aEoyalyaoht l\,i,y 






p/^F^ w^i* 1 ^ '^Siff'SiiS 






ll.nii-'lir.T .i , i , I,,. .-,-;.. 'ri,.-v \, 



",IZ ',:!; 



cr t.. i. v. tv .],-,[ in-tusli,-,! |H,|jii,-,i 
'"7 ■; : t'"n.l'»« 'lbh„ 1,..| 



^Jff ht * r ' illd J lh '- r ' 



Fr.. in the Child <V,;.st we liave inte 

The villaso of Tahnav. CO(c d'Or, KraiLv. >vn, 



the withdrawal 
days 






the shareholders of 1 



they are doing the 

"'"-I- "» .'I'M 

lincr:o\<.rr <n t u i I 

It :i ■■ i ■!■ .... -..irjfymv' o. nu- 






or.r.ortuiLities of .loin-, the p 



in ir, i, h.n i , ; 



ssi 1 ^ ■■'■■ '■■; , ':. L '-r.>™i : '' , ' , ; ; ' .' I . , ',, 1 \ : ; 



Irani ilr.ius 

I'-n-l '■! r'-" .Ai. i. ■!■:>• lm ■■■■iitiib.-Mi ; i,ut .tv ) L .,t,. 
qunirol— would tiin'.-' .|'.i;,' lili-i'hi'.'l' ir'^.tl 




lure is wmetltin^ pnrUeiiUrly 

■r---MT.iuc-. oi..lii-lf> , .-rit.-rpri -.-. 

■ '.. ■ -n m.irk-i I.y t.ii. : . i .,-, ,,,!,. ,,j ];,-,.,] f, .,-,), y., u |,. lV 'J ,.,",,,. 
'' ■ 'i'""'' i : '" '■■!.' ! sk l.tiT.u ia.-i.i-. nidi ..jilj 

. But in the L-onrso whuh y,,u are pursuing vou 



I'uloiiel Gascoigne, 

responded, and shortly afterwards 

enthusiastic throughout, were brought 

Hi.. 1 crowd in thf 
left the platform. 



ch has boon played this week 




j High 



1 ■ -.- . ■ :■■ i ■■■■■■■ 

Mr. AV. E. I Ml . | ,, y,, t ,, , ( , r , 

Sheriff, the representatives and w^.,-, of neighbouring t 

r !•'. Orossloy 



visitors who had L__ 

Thompson seconded the mot:-.n. which 
carried unruiiin.-u.-Iy. 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




,, ];,!, ,.,„ : .1,1.1 -Mr. Nk-Lulu.- L 11..U.H.1' , ...U»n «1 »t lru,i..L»l Ivl .U 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



SCENES IN JAPAN, BY OUR SPECIAL ARTIST. 








No. 1274. — vol. xlv. 



SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1864. 



With a Supplement, Fivepence 



AMERICA— NORTH AND SOUTH. 

Into that spirit of p;irl i-an-hip which ha- characterised indi- 
vidual feeling in flii> country in reference to the content waging 
between the hostile States of America we have never been able 
to enter. In the reasons given for warmly espousing either 
cause we have not found enough to justify their entire ;cb >j>r ion. 
It lias always seemed to us a fallacy to assert that the North is 
contending purely for the abolition of slavery, or that the 
South is battling merely for Liberty. It would be much nearer 
the truth if it were laid down that both are struggling for 
political ascendancy, while ilie South is. beside?, fighting for 
what. ha> always K-en held (<. be property. Something may be 
set down, also, for difference of race, always an important 
element of animo-iry between belligerents. But what we have 



n dealing with the American question as it 
exists, has been a strict impartiality, not only of action but of 
opinion, on the part of this country ; a rigid non-interference, 
moral as well as phy.-ieal. and a public feeling expressive onlyof 
earnest hope of a speedy cessation of a civil war unparalleled in 
its magnitude and terrible in ir> accessaries. Ib.-Iding these views. 
we conceive that we are entitled to review the position of both 
parties as it stood when the latest intelligence left America, and 
to draw deductions from that examination, without laying our- 
selves open to any suspicion of partiality or bias. Our first, 
indeed our only, wish is that the war was over ; and it is 
mainly with reference In the realisation of that wish that we 
from time to time consider the relative situation of the armies 
opposed to each other and dwell on the details of those battles 



periodically fought with a curious similarity of 
and result. 

Although operations are being conducted in several 
outlying districts, principally in the South, and we hear 
of movements of army corps here and there, since the siege 
of Charleston has practically ceased the chief interest 
has been concentrated on that small space which lies 
between Washington and Richmond. The country between 
the Potomac and the Rappahannock has become as familiar to 
the mind's eye of the English public as the space between 
St. Paul's and South Kensington is to the real vision of the 
general metropolitan population. Under whatever General — 
M'Clcllan, Hooker. Burnside, Meade, or Grant— the ground tra- 
versed by the Federals has been nearly the same, and the object 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



AMERICA. 

Coicr.'ii ''Viuil l.u-- i-.i-ialn. ■( a sev^r.' ivpil-v at TVt.T:-nnf_'. The 
nearly cmm in kille i, wounded, 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



A A 



■■■ '!■■ :- :■■■■] by i : ... ]■ :e •, I 

: nud nu attempted <>..i r;<\:<; ^ou -it !..-ttl onou^h for the 

'""" ' of our pr.pHl.-ii- imveh-'s. On Simony la.-; died the 

Hoard uf Lai: I am.1 U...rk.s, Richa-i 1 1 ea lo=, a. mm 

. sobriety, and Iioivi- y. ro ahon: a h i ^ } 1 

pue t< ; here, where the highosr ,- hit 

i sensible, while scarcely clover, 






tlio nrf-i.: 



is by no means an invariable characteristic. 

him much, and the immense cortege 

Thursday lust, and the very 

who crowded the line <.[ tin _ 

any country. The attempted 

way than the premature decease of an estimable parvenu, in 

tread daylight, at half-past 



uiuri s 

a-tcm-hed 



|m-.V|V;V ,l,.-ni..-;-!l 

•.jiin.-Lh.no; 

, arcned with pistols 

FiLrov. 0110 of 
_ to plunder the 

number. 



■e happening to he no 
(mlomcts within — prang \\)»m tliem. Three of rlie lot deemed dU- 

cionV-.ii the 1'tlt'r pari i>f v.i! ', ami a her a -hen tussle escaped : i:he 

fourth swore, foiigli!. .-mbbed. and sii.>:. but yielded. jiff'T a protracted 
struggle, ioihe jniiir e-k-i'.cne.o.i Hue.- pair of Ouiiim-;ix-i;il ti-i- ;ui..I the 
scientific and vigmnm-- application of a brass candlestick (o his 
cccipnt. His inai-.-; wore . aphnvd the miihO day; and the generally 
<x...-e.1ii:glv orderly one hi-, alu-a'lv 1 ■■. uT'ni 10 talk of -'■ .met h me' el--. 
IT. actinic the incident ha- hy no mean- abated the wrath of the 

ihtcresuiig captive- being all of that virtuous class ,.f criminals— 



wished that we should i 



ir you. The chief 
.picUy disposed of ; 
t a little at the contrast with our elder brethren 
ale*, towards whom the Victorians — who, hy-thc-by, 
lid the girls, are nearly all Scotch, Irkh, and" English, 
hour as amicable a- tin: Dutch to the Fleming- 



Fng'ai.d. 



< r [}:■ >]■■-.: :'■■< I ■ \"< ■;■-,■.■, : .-. ■ .-■-,. ;',. 

are so abominably alike. 

A flood of light has been let in on the working of ihoconviet- 
•vstcm in Wc-tern Australia, through tiie efforts' of TJu- Ar,jns 

he*. paper, the po ■pnc;ovs ..f win. h sent a spee-l e .no-pond-nt ro 
Ihe colony to report upon the system. His loi !«.■--■ have appeared in 
the \1,-i/c-i, ar.d to-day thev are repc.hli-bed Lu a -■.ip-ik-mont. f <: 
onnlaw.n in England. 

Ahout eighteen m.-mk- ago a well-educated scoundrel. nrim ed 
Crouch -glorying in both low and M.A. attached to hi- name — 
arrive,! lioro. and. after vietiuii.-ine iv-t a few individual-, who-:- 
fnemi-hiphe -eeiircd thieugb i'-rc-d let'crsof introduction, w.i-: hnally 
caught forging an a. cop: ance. and mod and convicted of the crime. A 
f. w day rig.-, he wa- ki loose iip..n a ticket uf leave, an-] iuiiiied'avel v 
)-e-ni!: V d hi- old practice.-. Fhiii-ifJe ro a u.-.-LTee. highly ed neat ■.■,.!, ail I 
anything but ]v-puJ,iv L -. by the ioo of names well litiown in the \v..rld 

11. f H II It'll 

r n 1 1 < I ( 1 iil 

of the city of I-r.ndon < iunK-ys. Ho exhibited ix-=iimojd:d.- s; ;rn ..-d 
by Tennyson. I>k1o'1i-, l.yn,. n . l, v no end c-t hi-liop,-, and arehbi-liop:, 
and hy otlior iiaines great in' art arid theology. A? it appears 
the man is not unknown in London, cither as Crouch, Gurney, or 

Tiie salmon ova have develop. -d i.)i-: t n-elves ; nt0 strong, heahhv. 
active yonng 1 U q [ .pdte a- much 1 their 1 in , in M, 1 

artificial home a.- if th-y were in their native rivers. The. ,pae-tion 
now agitating aoci.inap.-. r= o where ';o place them. There are rivers 
in G.pp-'s Laud winch have then- r : -e m regions of perperaal ;;k.-.,-. 
ro.d wheo;- ten pcratnr. . . v c n in -ithoaer. nevc-v risr--= idj-.ve ,")Od.-- ..r 
52deg. To one oi ihe-e ].r.-b.ib!v the intercom: straiiLn-r; w.ll b- 
-la lily coi ^igh'.-d. Mi'. \\ ;i-.n and tiie oilier gei.demen who SO 
int. re-ted Lhcmst-lv-- 
highly delighted at 



MiJJtaPOLITAX XPAVS, 



Bo2fc, 



. i'rn:.... in,,,,r ;!„■ muni, re 



just printed the Commissioners of 



spendtd by two Acts is H2 ,'J'M ,'\'0 and £lSi>,tiiti..i. 

A dritdang-founiaiii ha- been pre-emed by Mr, Alderman 

■t-nn-ei Mill-,-!,-!,,.:,. ■■-!,.■. j, !:;.- ;, !..,,!>,, :! 11. ir 



iiv noarlv oil' 

■-[[:. -I u.l.b. ;„-.- 



tliC liorrbern schools of 



"t'l'i.U.'.'.t'e; '■• ■■(.:" : 



"iv -['in.nni-ii it.-.is.lf.lpti 



s.;.^'-' !"'■'■'■: lin-. -.-.-. o-ly. I .-!: 






ious' years (1854-63) is, with 



. I ... ■',-'.: -- !■ I!,e..| (.. 



■ I !.,-'( -.-.:.. 






" ' '■'■■■' "- 1 ■ ■ ■ ■'■■■" '■■ '■ '■ el" 1 ' " -:;■ 1. I-'. '-"Oi 1. 

l-i'-po.e.,! :.. O, I, ,,-,-, i- ■ ,, ,,, b;i ].,, ,, „, |,n.i, !P ,,„. ,-,,[|„v,-i,i., n,-.,,!-. AV. 
i"--e.!--. < -i-v.-.M-. 1 !„-. K.m.J-1,. .-,,-. r |. .[,,.,-., ... [ ± : A t , , . , L . , -. - .;,., I 



''" ""■ '"'-e '-nvi- ■■ v.-iiL.-ii ,-!., ii ■ ,, ■_■- 

I ' ■■■■; - I 1 t I ll 1 



Lav; ami Police. — On Tin-day t',e L,..-,] Cjijef B a ro :1 



1 1 i . r , i , 

t raiieeot what il..- pr...-ecator me.Li.l. aa.l -loaji-sej liie 

.\ ..I! 10 -on;, ka-l. (ir.re onii,.; 1 -ho-ol .. .rn --. nla^ol ,v a wison for raN. lias 

take,, |, ;l ,,-,r n. i |,,,..'. £ rr...i. Tn ,,.,.„, w.,- a I t f.,.,r v-.iv, -on of ., 

Tie, falher rmt pli.^nlierus on hrea.i-a.i|.l-l, 

- o> e'aee it in his ,i,r- ■ 




COUNTRY NEWS. 

from Ireland 
Lady L'orotliy Xe\ ill ,- vnak:n'_r exie-n-ivc cxpciunenl5 wirlj 
The Dariniomli ami Torbay Uaihvay, which lias jast been 
Primo Nap. .Iron returned to Oivrm.ok from Kilmim on 

Mr. T. 15. W'e-icm. r.f Livevihall. iwcx. f.atlier.d tiio mcinhor 
er M.iMen. ha- hec-u ereat--..! a Baronet. 

The Wesleyan Methodist (."'oiifovr-nco af llradford closed its- 
■i-e.ei.iim:-- ve-li-ohiy vovk. The in-xi nieetiu^ |, t oli..- L..-ld ar Binnmehioii, 

Tin: Karl and Connto--- of Preadalbaiie liavo been cnffrtainiivg 
1 L t t in .^otlmid, in 

The w.olcnien employed in sinking a well on one of the 

Lord "\Vndebnu.-e presided ai Norwich. y<-fe.dny week, at the 



I.oi-d balmerst.-.n intends paying a \ 

■■.'■'■ "f Tive-Oer, j" ,.-.■■:. ■„::!, I: ,■:.-..■ IrelM. 



of Lr-irou M.v.o.d-iclti, to the 



The bvonw statue, fi 

1 n r\ 1 il ! u < 1 I I 1 Tint 

On Thursday week Mr. Joseph Cledhill. of the Stream 

1 1 ecquurerd 

The eighth show of the Oriii.-kjrk and S.ea'L|.on Agricultural 







Samuel Warren, .1 .seaman diver of H.M.S. St. Georg- 

-k-^i; 1 nui:-;:e-. 1 -lesi. ii!-.-i f 



S. St, Oeoi-'ve, 



The 



-Ci-.-iUL-i.-. ,l|.i .! 

headc 






of his dukcilom for fifteen 

U-eii emplovci) iii't!..-r.- 
bridtre, h.)sj.ittils. lie 

Then 









AA:, 






■ Adniii-ahy : 



A dinner v.a> eri\en to the Lords 

. ■ if- n ■ 1 ■.■■<■! 1 1 .1 . I' ■'.' ■■! ■ ■ ■ ■ '■■ ■■ 

] 1 11 i 1 



Mr. Hyde Clarke, who has taken a very 



ve parr in 



^■-\iv . Ill , , , ms Ii it I ! wee 1 '. 1 1 m 1 Im , u s 

; .■■ ■ ■■"■ . -, , ■■■■■■■ ■ ■■- ■ - -■ ■ ■ > 

lire, invohing th.- dc-trm'! ion of a large amount of 




A superb 

1 if ; .., ' .. 

Air. ( lenient o_.ii,.liiif 



has been presented to Mr. W. ('ienvu 
-il-Hpti..., .injuny a 1, ,-,:.- ,i,m,n,r ( ,l H„ ,„!,,. 
■■mini' CLKH,-, »;„.,,. .M r . .-I.,,,.,,, , ; ,_. k ., 



.nr smaller Imnuvs aH .l -. 
i for fruit ei-llower.siii.Uu 

■ magi-trares ' 



A nuineroiislv-ailerided meeting of c 
l.d.l nt the Si.iiviiall. Win-uiek, en .-.lOn-.Liy. .•onvi-nb.l l.v Itie 
o-.ii.m. I.-.j-i 1 . i.-h. f..r ■,!.■. nan 1.- ..: e.!,in_- inv- ■ .1 .1 wiA\ ■■■ r' a ,..-..■, ,. 
I.-, iiiiddii^ l.ioemc'.imi i,n a-ne n.-Aii. l.-r.l r.-km -.1.1 |..- |. :1 .| ,-.„ r ,v.„ 

■■—■■■■■ ,,f Mil;, ,-..;■ ;-.■-, ,,ij-' ,1'rV.. 



ition also stated thnt the L'...r, -.o. U-ii w t -e'l'O : i.e a ■ . j 
omnMi 1 L |j 1 1 1 ; 

forward n reply to .sir ( lojiee (oey immvem-.iblc t-.. the ]>re[>osaL 

li ! 1 Ihe ! t tewd,-,/,- ( .-;n- iL V ' ft fritir? in) 

' : '" ; '' -' ■'■' '"• ! - '■■ "' ! "'.- ' ' ■ ■'■ ■'■•■>■• ■!■'. 1 

ill r , \ j 

J..F,t ; ..|, .-..;..l i- n.-ii- n...... ,....;. e,,:;,, . ;( .,., r .., : I .■,;,.. ; , . ; , Vi,,- I r 

I f II I 1 I I. |l 








I). A quantity of l;i-„1 ,;l,,r.l. 
: monthly meeting of ihe Central Exoentivo rtelief 



v.;-,- . ,,,.-!.■., I i„ it L'lLle,... a.-,- ,'.■;.;.:.- 11-..IU Us 
.Men ,,t iln-.-e ..11 le,..,-,l reel, ivliiiv in the , 

ll,:,l,e li (-JL.fi nr| I. [.■ V. I'-!- i) O.e.V • ■ Til !. U O . ' , ...:,.-:..■■.:,:, ■ 

.lays . nil;;)-.-! l.-n:Mr -i.UVri a-. ■ .Ti I It ....■■ .-.-.■.!■ .„-,, .l.u-:.- .-. v , .1 i ...... 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



Uraues from a g>l«tcI)=booft. 



The very name of ' 
along whose banks a 



email at first and .-enii-L-hn:: in a l-.w feeble rills from rocl 
proceeds as if uncon-ciuii- »{ e- roming destiny, till, o 

r. .-.-.■•<;:] int., ;1m- f'V ■ 1 n -:> l -. and i;J H"l v : ,t myil, ;,;, 

become aware of its importance, and thrusts its way 
Schaffliausen. But, nothing dai 



that pl.-rinii^ New-Year's nig 
].:.-• .,:Rc:ed the liberation of t 
p.nrj.;-!,; I i:-..lmark of their rni 



hv -11, h nl,-!:K'le = . i, purMl..- 

:left shore of the Rh; 

It is, however, a 

phlegmatic German is 

;o do or die. Witness 

sight of 



■ :i.l]-:<:c!.: empire • i France. Theleft shore of the Rhine 
'. 1 ..>::!■:■ v.laiiii by the * 
;, a German river. 



53ft. 1 ! 



will dR'.urh t 



■djnd. fan • 
: .:■ : ii.'- 



Ji„u> „ , 




for beauty. The s 



and knelt down and s 
njoy the 1 



enchanted scenery, 



the 'railroad, is even now wait 
i Rhine. And we are nothing loth 
: all the Farinas (and they about 



'The 



iR-ilL/h iC 



otliing to the imagination of Coleridge. 

is veryflat, and presents nuihing more pi. 

dinills, which hardly relieve the monotony t 

the view. Our feeling ii one of prunanid .b-app, .intin.mt. ami we :u 

iptedto murmur, ami wad, » h.-tlier the d'hames at the I.-].' ■ 

' after all, sis intere-aing a? the timcli- vaunted Rhine. Th; 

.vwr. R not an unfitting prelude to the coining gl..,ri, - . 

l few milts above R-nn we see on our right, a- wr pa- 

■agand ruin of the RraehenfeR. conspienoi: 

aitKmg the Ssebrngvd.irge (S, ; v..-n Mountains), an- 1 standing, with it 

i.],j-esite ij..-iirhln.'iir. Rolan,Reck. like two giant ^eiituieR to guard tli 

entrance iuu. taii-ylatid. 1; iv e, add rein in our impatience ami pan- 

awhile at Ronn hd'oro explonrn; the 1,,-aur.s ...f the Rhine, we .~ln.ii] 

iind much in inton-t. th.nmb inilu to eharni the rye. N-.-t to niciui" 

■ hat Ronn ;--. th,' -eat of a Wvi-ld-reiiow-ned Univ.. r.-ity, in which th 

late Prince Contort was one.' a diligent <tudent. it i- either i. J i. ■ bini 

ice of many of the most illustrious men c 

I'krmany. Here, amid so many 

Niebrdir occupied a professor's 
chair, and here he and Schlegel 
are buried. Here, too, Beethoven 



of Rvaehenburg. Called as ; 
gundc, di' 



disconsolate at 







to a convent in the island of ] 

f the Rhine. Rut, like a inm i-rm-ati.-n hero, R.,lai,.i 
dead yet." He had only been wounded and left f< 
leooverod, and ivtnni.-d \" fmd hi-, fair one the bri< 
ch and dead to the world. He at once built th.' ea-tte, . 
.1 -olitary ir.semMit r-.inam-. on the top of the rock thi 



own notes above the ledger-line. 
"We are now again upon tl 

river, looking up at the Rraehe 
feR and thinking that it is weir 
like enough for the story 
Siegfried and the Dragon to 
true after all. Dragon -t-i'i- - a 
all alike, from that of A] -oil.:, at 
the Python to that of our ov 
St. George. More tragieal ai 



■ oaf-tk-s which \ 

"eepag 
This 



wis, Rising in the On— ii.--. m tlie imd-t or I Roland'- E-fo-. and here. d. nihil.- v. hkc a vulture. In- perehed himself, ] looks down upon Nonnen' 
separates Italy Rom i.he o.-ldei = kie^ and ready to *wo,,p down upon ho. prey. Rut time, !ik- ehar:tv. e-.ver-. a -uonal glimpse of his be 
! Swiss and German lands, the Rhine, | multitude of - m.-, and throws a. halo of romance around many things | praying, this faithful kn: 






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l/U 







i along the Rhine. Passing on for : 
ii and interesting town of Anderac 

Ituicli with four turret* are en.- jn.it. m- i-h^rts from the river, 

i winds: at this point. and i.- full of piet lU'e.-.pie beauty. Opposite 

uwied is an oh..-]i-k in If-tunn of tin- frem-li < ;<-n< ml I [.-eh.-, wliu 

ere threw ;i military Unlee ,'ier<>.~ the Rhine, in I7'.i.s, nver whi.'h In.' 



anil Anabaptists art 

Vro.liut- of tin- j.l.ev, N.-nwi-l. ;U e -.■liie-ry, tinware, st.ireh. j 

hoarding-schools. Nenwi.-.l may <:>w<- it- pnmniv.' inn. .e-ne,- |.. tl 

fa.-t that The Rhine -"-.-ri.TV is hi'tv emnp.n'ar' vvty ll.it, and that rl 

■ ■* been contanrn.a'e.l either by lauV 




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point to Cobloiu there 

Crossing 

entrance 

the height upon which 
We pass over bridge 
ay many a grou 

TYus-ian infantry, armed with t!,e heave-looking needle-gun. 
wearing helmets Funuoinited wi: Ji ;i -liarp spike, as thoughf:hr- 

system had been introduced :n ig the infantry, an.] °tli 

expected to butt at. to-, ami gore the advancing fo< 
they win, and perhap- an? ; t.nt art ha- supplied 
this respect by (urni.-liing them with a weapon which gives 
immense ad vain. ago. over the bravest and most active 




they 



IL-aiy 'f.-liow-: 






thinking of these tilings we 



' fairylle.' ■ 



an enchanted scene of 
Nature is here more lo 



imagit ed that the poet-artist has si 

earthly beauty. \\-r it is nut .-■>. 

sheremoi-e lowly than the in..-t perfe-'t art. There may be, 
and are, grander and mmv iuaj,-;ie scenes; the eve may ga,-.' with 
< . ' o.d • -■ -■ !■'!■■!. .■! '. ■ !■■■ . :■--.>. -- ,,)■ h ,!; ,:; !.,.l,.-. ,,,- ,,-, ,,, 

the Alpine valley.- tla-h,ng vrith the light or whi^u-rmg « till the 
'"- but the view of the city of C.bleuz, posed 
•here the Uhine i.- mmt 






Hill of the Cbartn 

Constantino, which f 
with Ehrenbivitsteiu. 
of Stol/.enfels. when 
Victoria in 1W5, It 



i t";v.!!i I'];.!..-!d.r--it.-leiLi. is the 



i few lad. - i 



King of Prussia entertained Queen 
structure, in a singularly c. >;ninandmg 
nnd picturesque pa-i;i.. n , and <■,,>,-], ieiiou, for it- grandeur where all 
is grand, (hi the opposite' side ot the river 1- the small town of 
lira,, bach, al-ove which, en a high rock, stands the huge Ca-tle of 
Maik-hnrg. which, unlike the -ther ea-tle- on tlie Hhiue, has c-cap-d 
the ravages of time and the French, wlio arc the authors of half the 
pir:,ir,-quc nan- in Euro]-:-. It still stands a perfect specimen of the 
feudal fortresse- of the- Middle Ag-.-s; ami it'- dark dungeons, secret 
pa.-.-agc-, and my-terioi.s -tauea--.- r,,uM doid.tie- bll many a tale of 
ilie paternal government that cMslcl in the good .-Id rnno,. Mark-burg 
was u-ed as a prison -onic \>;ir, ago. when a Duke of Nassau, having 
a d.Jlciclioe with hi- Parliament . adopted the luglil v-Con-lil.uUoua] 
plan of -hutting than up in tin- dn.arv .-tronglioM nnt'tl i.hcv e|, sue^i 
their opinions. 






that the Khinclaiul is 
If we do not stay h 
gradually snb-iding shore, till ^'r come within sight of the red t 
of Main/ or Mavence, and there hid farewell to the picturesque 



therapeutic-, invented rind Miece-fnliy 

n ™ -p, and on the 

Sternberg ami 



gciien.n-ly 
tie: marriage 



: distance 

ruined castles 

from a legend, which 

- of the Knight of Licben.-tein, fell 

be.oueon- Hiidegardc. Heinrich 

'-■■ ''mrad. and went to the 

S built for the reception 

I Ins bride. The death of the father, however, cau-cd 

*". !- : .: '.■ ..:■. ;■::;_'■ A . ■ ), I '. , a , I ,■;, ,:,_.,..! 

ni.- initio, ami went off, like In- brother, to the Cru-ade--. Hiidegardc, 
far from teaming a; her hiekv >■«-, ,[■„_■. -nLI fretted f . >r Conrad and 
belie vol that he would return. Tim- in due tone he did. but married 
to "another." Hiidegardc is mcon.-olahlc. liemricli returns, hears 

c.f hi- blotter's pertnly, and ■■hall. aiges him tc irtal combat. At 

tlie critical nioinent lLildcgarde nnci-p..-,.-. The brothers ate recon- 
ciled ; -he retires to a Convent; the faithless Conrad is punished 



strongest fortress on the Ulnoo. mid even in it- decay t 
of the greatness thai " j-.'ri-hed h-ng a-o." It was, of 
i.pbv the French in l,;q. If I'm.borland keeps a I Jr. and I'r 

th.O. o a tol,, ale, ,],.],/. j,.]'!,,, I ea-tk'S and I 



general dcstnietiveness 



called -The Mouse ' and •■ The Cat." of the latter of which we give 
an l.ceiavi,-. Th^c- -ingnlar till ■< originate-.] hi the ta-t thaflhe 
Castle ot the CollTit or k av/elleilcld -ogcU (cats' elbow] deriviiu' its 
ik-n-iiiitn.il :iorn the ramdv name of the owner, the adnicent canle of 
it.i.ri bei-e v.-a- called '■'['lie M-n-e." in eontr.idi.v.incti.jii to it. Near 
these ruins net i 111 th 

are coni.e.t.d with it. A railway r-.nnel through th-'"iv.ck has 
J'" ,| . v 'h.-ii,ibi.d the po,.-ire of tin- enchanting !=not. There i* some- 
throiighX lf ''' ,,T ^ 



playful UHjuirv. " Win. i- tie- Burg.j- 
01 UUrweftd y ' to wha'h she an-wer.- - E-el " (an ass), a 
ke that still stirs i],, choler of that insulted digmtarv. and 
ovs ].eah or laughter Inn, i he .tahvart .sides ot Karl and 
n. _ At the [,a or l, m lei ed-lie- the flewin-o, or ranid. over the 



r their iickle 

On an island in the middle of tl 
Castle of Pfalx. an exeeedinglv 
Eugraving is given. It is as old 
wa- built as a mean- of enabling 
!bc \cpscL- that passed by. 
(Hacchi am), so named from the 



pi'-tnivsijue object, of which an 

the Emperor to exact toff from all 
Further on, we pass Bacharach 
earliest time; in honour of Bacchus, 






■ humbler v 
From Lorch to Bings 



hock is produced. The 

"justifies the high price which 
I Steinberg and dohanni.-berg, not to 
f Markobninner, Assmaiishuu-sen, and 

w of the Rhine i- magniih'ent in the 
ie._ On the one aide, the terraced vineyards rise to so giddy a 
—in --me place- nearly a th.m,aud feet above- the river— that 
uvcl is how it is pos-ible eu],er r.;. cultivate or gather in the 
'■■'■ On the e.ther side, a :-ri.-- of ruined cu-tk-s crown the rocky 
■:, of which we give an Krgrnvmg of falla.aiburg. ile-troycd, ;h 
by the French, in lhhli. It is a wild place; and. when we 
bei-thaf, it was built for purpo-r- of plunder and bloodshed, we 
I".-. 1 that its innocence lv .,s deeply injure, I by the fate which at 
overtook it. The noble r..-ik of Khein.-tein (si.-c Fngraving), 
; ng bang in niiu.-. was completely re-tored, in l«2.\ by Prince 

t style, so that among-: the dismantled fortresses of the Uhine 
night le at least one wlncii should recall in every detail their 

-.- Uoyal and her hu-baial ; and a- we pa-s it- lordly towers and 
bronJd moil tlie IT..M k, like :he monareh of all that fair region, 

■I that England's clde -i. daughter i- 1 sed in no uaworthy 

I'nssiugby the rapid- of the- I'.inger IjocIi and liingen, we 
at Itiiiksheim, wlieiv We can land to seethe glorious panoraun 




IluKKins, K--, ( ..na,Maui::r.er e; i.Le [.,;-.. n.c.o.l Melvil!,., E<-[.. of . 

>u (he I .11, ,n-i.. :,t her re-i,l,i,ee. i, I'omrnm-h'-p]:!..-.- W.-.r, II >-,!,■ !' llr ; ; , 
Limly IraiiM, leunee-.t .].eie!,[.- of ,i,.- | ;l o- si, I'empioa D mi vile, i; ,,,... ,,,' 
.-.U,lv, 11.,1,-e, ,:, (!:■- iOia.lv ..)' lleUln,. a.;,-,! 41 years. 

Ai W:u.cl'..:.l. s HP -11;. se- ,-.., ,, ,|-, L o.ier of II,,- hit-' T. C.lt.Jll E-. | mil 



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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. 



LONDON 



tow she opening of one ot Mr, 
t charming little books), bnl the put immediately 
as black nnd rather more noiay. We allude, of 
disgraceful proceedings in a city which the other 
day belonged to her Majesty Queen Victoria, but which, while 

likely to be, in the hands of a double mob of the moat ruffianly 

kind, While Englmhmo'i are dwelling with regre 



upon the frightful condition of America, and arc silently thankful 
that peace is given its in our time, they arc suddenly shamed 
nnd scandalised b\ the new.- thai, in the second city in Ir ■' ind 
and in a flourishing and famous mart of commerce, society ,[ 
resolving itself into it, original elements of barbarism. ' To 
dignify the brutal fray with the name of religions discord i* 
to misuse words, and in those of tlie Laureate, to ab-ue 
Heaven's best gift of speech. There may be nominal 
Protestantism on the one side and nominal Roman Catholicism 
on the other, but the riots in Belfast arc simply an illustration of 
savage nature broken loose and availing itself of any yell that 
can stimulate to increased ferocity. 

Daniel O'Connell having been dead seventeen years, it ha.* 
occurred to the Irish mind that ingratitude to his memory is 
no longer tolerable. England has no right to sneer at. the 
procrastination while her own metropolitan monument to her 
greatest naval hero remains unfinished half a century after the 
day that saw him destroy the nautical power of her enemies 
at a blow, It were idle and unjust to pretend that Ireland did 
not owe a great debt to O'Connell, and it is not because he had 
many faults, and because the latter part of his life was spent in 
iDsincere advocacy of a sham, that Irishmen have a right to 
forget the good service he did for her in earlier days, If 
Englishmen, from whom be won the Emancipation Act, can 
acknowledge this, it is not his own countrymen, for whom he 
won it, that should forget it. A statue to O'Connell was assure lly 
due from the Irish, and we aball not be surprised to learn that 
English gold has also been cast into the treasury. Hut 
it is the unhappy fortune of Ireland that her best and 
most just demonstrations shall arouse the spirit of factious 
hate among her own children. The news that thousands had 
assembled in Dublin to pay homage to the memory of the 
Liberator instantly excited rage among the lower order of 
Orangemen in Belfast, and they prepared a mock counter- 
ceremonial which was in itself contemptible and despicable, 
but which assumed a serious character as soon as 
which prompted it discovered that it might 



We ( 



; all i 



further proof. Ihc allegation that tin- magistrates of Belfast 
were not altogether displeased at the anti-O'Connell outbreak 
and that the police have not been permitted to act with 
full vigour. We hesitate to attribute to men, whose position 
is a prima facie argument that they are good citizens, 
the crime of having afforded the .slightest encouragement to* 
riot which has led to murder. It is easy to make such 
charges, and they are usually made in presence of similar 
circumstances. But it will, wc fear, be very difficult 
for the Belfast authorities to show that they acted with 
energy and promptitude. They knew the character of the 
rabble whose passions were being inflamed ; they knew, also, 
the character of the hostile rabble that would rise to revenge 
the insult to O'Connell's memory. At any cost the original 
demonstration should have been checked, the effigy of 
O'Connell shoidd have been taken from the mob, and law 
should ha', e been enforced wit 
It will be useless to plead th 
ficient force. An armed and fearless police, like that of 
Belfast, could have dealt with any mob ; and there were 
troops at hand, and others within call. A second brutal 
procession, of course, followed, the lesson of impunity 
having been learned; and a vile parody of the mo3fc 
solemn ceremony of the rrote.-tant and Roman Catholic Church 
was permitted. Then the other mob l'ose, and thence- 
forth it was difficult to assign to either the triumph of 
being most atrociously savage. Houses were robbed and 
wrecked, places of worship destroyed, girls beaten and stripped, 
and even stamped upon : unoffending passengers arriving by 
rail were assailed, and discharges of firearms on both side* 
completed the scene, which converted a peaceful commercial 
city into the semblance of a place given up to the borrow 
of war. But, up to the dispatch of the last mails, the 
magistrates had been afraid to take the only step that 
could put an end to such a murderous nnd brutal 
conflict. They had soldiers enough to sweep Belfast from 
end to end and to drive the two bodies of ruffians into their 
dens. But martial law had not been proclaimed, an 1 
though the police had. at length been allowed to fire, it is clear, 
from the list of wounded, thai it was not upon the rioters that, 
their shots told. What was needed was a stern example, by 
which the fiercest leaders of the affrays should have suffered in 
the interest of society anil humanity. It may be that we shall 
hear that at last the authorii ies have done what! should have 
been done at once : but the past gives no promise of wisdom for 

exhausted themselves, and retired until they see an opportunity 
for fresh outrage. 

Tlie whole affair r- so shameful and so -cuiidalous to a nation 
which boasts its power of uniting perfect freedom wish perfg-t 
order, that those Belfast riots and the conduct of the magis- 
trates must be a subject for either Parliamentary or Govern- 
ment inquiry. It is not to be endured that the Continent 
should point the finger of scorn at an Executive which permit* 
a week of civil war in the second city of the sister kingdom. 
We have no desire that British magistrates should imitate 
those of countries in which the soldier is instantly summoned 
to suppress popular disturbance. We know, of course, that 
had such brutalities as those of Belfast been perpetrated 
for three bom's in any great city in France, the fourth 
hour would have seen the streets swept with grape, and 
the ruffians dead in hundreds along the streets whose 
peace they had violated. Wc wish to bear of nothing 
of this kind. But there are times when the full strength of 
society must be put forth to preserve that for which alone 
society is constituted ; and one of these occasions was prcsenle 1 
Belfast when these riots began. The magistrates do not 



August 20, 1 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



appear to have felt this, and henceforth the name of Belfast 
becomes a European scandal. But, while wo write, the actual 
en vapory has not been put down, ami we nay hear worse news 
than has as yet reached us. The first thing is utterly to sup- 
press the riots ; and the next is to ask the magistrates of 
Belfast what they have to say for themselves; the third will 
depend upon (he nature of their excuses, 



the 


COURT, 




The Qceen, with the junior m< 


mbers of the Royal family, continues 
■m of excellent health. 


(in .A, due-day week her Ma 


^!J;t?wki nl, TiIe 


'r.n. cand Princc-s 






Hon. E. Cardwell 








(in Thursday week the <,ueeu. 


















by Baroness vou 


IW-encok and Maj-r von Sehwe 




n route for Berlin. 



YeMer.lav v.e.k'the f,ii'.--n. .aeoutnpnrued by Prince- I! Mtrice and 
atlend-d hv the Hon. Pha-nee S-vmor.r and Licni ciinut-C-ulunel 
Tin Plat, drove to Cuwe.- ami visited die Prince and Princess ol 

'Yin's u'ar.lav last the Queen, accompanied by Prince Louis of He=se 
and the Pi no -01 Pcmm-eii, and a-.-iid-l w Visconute- .Tccelyn. 
Ihe Hoe, Mi- Hmoe. La .o: mM ■■:-«-. , •: ' ■ i. C. Givy, Ln-ul-n en- 
( . ;... . ;, p ._..,.. . ..' ■ ]-■!'. embarked 1:1 the 

Fane and i-r.ccid.d tu th-Ruval V.< •■■'.■ H -pital at N.-tlcy. E.rl 



Colonel Wilbrahum and 



hospital I.V < lie! Uilie.-i.uii miu 

■stiitili*-htnof.t. lb.H* Maje-ty inspected 



prin.-ij.it 
.- Zealand, The 



have (KIhtmc on Thursday 
M.aic-i\ vull remain for a few 
CCed to Pahr.eralfor the •-easun 



ifi-^ Ih'L-TM. Princes? Louisa. Princess 
Prince Louis of Hesse, attended Divine 
■h. The Ib?v. C. Prothero officiated. 
npanieii by Princess Louisa, walked 
...nit- L.'.K-i 'ii the dav her Maje-tv, 
r "-se, Prin— - " 
ham. 

ady Port man arrived at Osborne, 
h. ■']:.. vi! family. Her Ladyship 

i the P.-.val family, i- expected to 
for Win.lsor Castle, where her 
nt'un v.-JitU the Court will pro- 



Wednesday evoninj 
Highne«e*tooktheii 
1 and North-Western 



borne of the directors, by whom they 
and the train proceeded' on its route 
Highnesses arrived shortly after ti 
<Thm>dav). and were received by P 
dignitaries and a large concourse . 
Prince and Princets with truly loya 



The Prince "r-d Priiir-P ,.f VTa! ; will, at the h. — mtin ; of n.-.yh 
tv. r.th, proceed to f'-.p.-nhi.-en on a vi-il. i. • Kmc: Cnr.-tu.:> and In, 
P.-yal Caoe.rt, fath-r and mother of the Pri:—- of W il-s. The 
PriVeennd Prince, s will also 
Baltic. 



His Once Urn Arohhisle-p of Dublin has arrived at Maurice's 
The Pi.-hop of Path and Wells and Lady Auckland ami lion. 

II , E\cc-m ne\ Hi Danish Minister, M. dc Bille, has left 

The Duke of Downline ami Lady Loui-a Cavendish have 
rri.eci at Belt-n Ai-I.ry from HoIkarHall. 
The Puchoss id Si. Albans ami Lady Diana Beauelerk have 



Die Marquis of Hniitly has arrived at Ahoync Castle, 
iriil-eudm-o, from Urt-n r.-ne-u-viU.'. near Peterborough. 
Manpiis Cuiiynghain has left. ('owes. Isle of Wight, iir bis 

Pari and Coun'e.-. P.nssell and Lady Ceorgiaim Russell have 

Karl and Counters .Icrmyn have left town for thenol.le Earl'.-, 

C,.i:i,tess(]'raner,)Wa!dopri-aveandtbe Right PLm. Chichester 



The Earl and r.mnto-s ,,f Seali-M have lefl Castle Grant for 

The Counters of Lisiowel has arrived at the Clareml-n Hotel 
rom the Continent. 
Lord and Lady l.omle, borough arrived in town last Saturday 



CHURCH AND UNIVERSITIES. 

St. Stephen's Church, Kirkstail, \va- reopened for Divin 

The Archl i-l.oj. .>! Canterbury 1 a., intimated hi- intent iui < 



The Temple Church. 

The canonry in York Cathedral 



by the resignation of 

rred Oil tlm It--. William 
<■[,■!-', S-lii-,1, Yi.rk. I.'iv!"ai.Uiry ul tli,' tatle.'.lral, 
;toncgate, in the City. 

lisbury Comnienrial bis fourth triennial 
&] on Thrasday week, ffe it is Btteo led b) lis 
ui the dioee-'c. Tluuv wu, a "lu^^gatlieriiii.' of the 
ts jiLst made a report to the Dean and 




to a generous and specul 
imrnediate payment of £■ 
copies should "have been 
niticent work were sold in 



lh.s:,,rat ; oa. Milton -old - Paradi-j !^-t." 

in.: 1 ksdkT. Samuel Sininnet-, f. .r n 

ai„| a pn-portiv,. ,aher £."» whoa PJDJ 



ITien 



;;.. Milton's edition- ■ 
re work being coandM 
i small number of readi 

;■ was ;v wonderfully rapid as tint ..f ■ 
sold all her claims on that Para.i 
icr, for £H; so that the ccnerons Si, 
:i\ stated, £.'. only) for the fmt«t epie 



tho law- of c.ipyn^bl could !.-■ a, I J 1 tl- ■ defended a- the patent laws. 

- "Whether |h... nh.ile :: ee-i i iio-n I. -" in i eemr of eopyri.,dit :ii'.'s..un 1 til IV, 
[eilnil's, be doubted. The l«-t wi-rks of litene nr.', and tho^e wluelj 
pv-^e-- immortal value, were wsitten witliout rhe ,tniuilas m' copy- 
right." The oniele ha- -p..kea. and we. i,he t '..plain Curt!-, have 
made a n.-te of it. It theie he an> ; i-p.rty in tli-- w-.-lt ^'m. h a mm 
has a rieht to. n i- ,ntelv e:, :.' r..in--d in his br.en ml m el ■ v ii i :' .', ■ 
by hi;- -iholar-hip and thoio/h- . Thedoetnn- -■: -e/en- th- parks, 
mansions, and farms of the nubility, and d-> i 1 - ,u_- ■.«■!,■■■ h- la- 

ar.._o.n enl • in favour of their \ e---i<>u WeTe ■a-.. I. « .■,! ! . - ■- 

ceiveil with It shoui of iudiTiianl d.aa-ion ; th.- 1. r. 1 " . V u , 

employ th>an f . >r the ei>mmon e<...il, is a st"|' id th- d.. ■■■■*; -:i of 
MM. CharV, F. uri.T and V,--\»!t Owen which .-\. ::■■- no remark. 
Indee-1. what pi..>,ibie nj.dit can the Laur- ■..!•■ have to hn 

two lli-U-end p.- end, IM' ■■ P'.l. .. 1 1 Ai'dell." or |.'- _- i, i i ,i !■•!■' 

what ri-ht has Mr. Diek-ns t<> the ien thou-aud u, ,;■!,. e .- w'a ,- 



inav read for nothing! 

A valuahle hint has been thrown out 
Every one who b:es studied human m 
Jean'.Taei|ues Kous-eau has the credit o 
thin? in the woild. What an? we to do 
mail brine;, to n., from Australia a wail about t 

that blows riohudy good, the ill wind of the 
may get us out of a difficulty. Icland is for 

fllioo. the i-land is lar.e/er than Ireland;' e 
" and would do excellently a. a penal 






criailhals ? Every 

Gcrmano-Danish vrar 

r, antl brings in only 
treiaelv salubrious, if 
settlement. Why not 



■ : iy i- 



'Ihe I'liiice and I'rn.Ci-- iin-v.- :•■ l e..pi- ■ il-.v.i', II.-'. 1. w^-.-ie f. y 
partook ..i breakia-t : alter »i,:,ii 'i,.., J;. ... .1 1 li-hne-e- pr.>eeed- ! 
ill a ean-iaire and ].air le Siirlm- I a-tle. and -a.-ited th- rampart.e 1 iie 
I)oiiL f l:i>-j..<.tn. the ann-nry. lh- ii!e--r... an. Ac. ihe Pnnce an I 

Prince.— punha-ed r:in article' fr..u. i li-.- table ,,f tJie D.nijlas- 

rr,om. f-.i-nad of the w.:--d nf eat c-l-,U-ai-.l aiiarnn-nt and alio of 

EannukhiJin and Abl-evo-ai- w 1-. Trie Prince wrote in the 

visit. a-,'-h< . k. "The 1'rna.e and Prince^ ..-f Wales." Their Royal 
Biphnes-,.- aiterward, ntnna.d f., rhe h,-t.-i. and thence drove t- the 
laiTwav state. 0. The Prince and Peine.-- w. ie r-C ived at the Stirling 
station by the Duke of M.-tit!-.— , L'.rd at.d l,.id v Alm-rcfoinbte, and 
Mr. Stilhng of Kippehd.iv,-. Tlo.ii- it.wa Hii.'hn— e- travelled 

Clyde Jimct n R 'ilw u t 1 1 II I (if 

the direct. Us) and Mann- Ei-kua- h.id ihe a--::, m ot aCL- aiilemyia - - L l s .. 
Fri nee and Pni.ei,". At Siirhn/ end at tie- vareui-- -tattons al>fig 

the route th. ir lioyal Hi^hhe-o.- w,,j-e ea- i il-a.-l led] V cll-'ered by 
tlio-c a-euiblid to gieet th-in. At the Diy lu-.-n -t.ition th,' Pnnee-- 
W.i- pr- -. uti.l with a b..n.|u..t fr.-m Puehaaan Ihe'-e. L pon arnvnie: 
nt Lalloch tie: PHnce and Prince-, w-iv ve.aved by Sir .fames 
C'olonh.am. > f Lu-.-. Part. The three Val- of Leveu ritle vohin- 

teer co n ,s. .-..presented by al t. 1J0 num.. meter the 

CLn-imand of Lienteiianl-('..|..ne] 1'iudlav. were drawn up in 
lin- at Palloeh station, and upon the urival of the train 
the Yolnut'-.t- pr.-eilted .ma and the ban 1 phyed the >atioiial 
Anthem The i ■ nt- heme i-rm-d in ,, { k-h ■ .v-i'.-r. ti- Prm-e proeeede 1 
a |. ne the raid,- amid the pi ,.„i,rs of a m.mer. ai- a-aahla -Te ot sp,;- 
tators. During the in-i-cti..n the coinir i--e ■ t i ■ - ■ 1 ..the-rs had the 
h.ua.urof beii.- pre-elited 1. . hi- il.-yai Hi-ha..:--. l.'pou arriving at. 
Pall. eh pier the Prince and Prince-- remained m their carnage nut I 
the departure ■■{ the ..iduiai'y pae-eng. r= by i v -0. anob.ial fur L.eh- 

(,. j [(J. A I . ne .■'. loch their Ihyal lii-'hn.. ■■-.- j-n ..a -led ah. a;.' lie; 

].;, ri,,i he Pi-iecc Con.o.ri .-te.uiier. where -e/eral . >f :h- dneeturs uf 
ihe Ponh and Clyde Paihva.y and .u" ;he Loch ■ . ■ ■ 1 Steam Shipping 
Company were in waitine tu ree.-ive the Pee.- ■■ . i i'nm""" ' >n b end. 
The pa i'ua-eai;vde.vaat...lwith tl..W..-r- and eo " a -. = nr.' 






j of In 

the loi 

by Phe-idi 



steamed off up 

liiehiiiunan. -wee|,iie.' o..in. 



Tarhet. thus aiTording a line view of Pen-Arthur and tl 
Arrochar in ].a-i:.g. The -teamer made yet anutlie 
ami leached Inver-uaM. v. here their Royal llighnc-- 
Vpun di.-en.barking. they - 



ml tli#r-iu:iiii-..f t 
1 in Keir-al-.jr. en t 



,■ M". i.vi'.-si. !,:„■■:■. Ml,:.' 1 , a.-. 



.-,, „i «hi,l, he made all iHtl.aal r-p.n. uiei ,aeee-tiulM. lie w-iu 
■ u -'.».■« p el Mi" int'-ei il liMh ■■ «a,i, iM '.e.|v I 

a'le :ii!.| n. o eo.l ii'.- '•..— -. ' : ■ a-T illy. ' he elnirch i' in d f" 

■wto Dr. Luxniore. formerly D-em . 



Iher.lhr.hu.. Vi-ii. \n lid' eel II \ .'I'.-t t'h I-. 



ii Appointments.— Rev. \V. Hey. \'i.-ar 






I Volunteer Corps. The J 



Tn... -..'da 



the l.u.-. ai 
Prince-.- tb 

the Bridge ol n 
Bridge of Turk Hotel 

jmiel.f.iie. Miaa Ruv.d Highne--es. with Prince 
Perth, which was reach tc 



afterwards proceeded to 






.day) for 

I-.-. :. Hie I 

Perth, Vi 
and were received 



veiling b\' special 
inc.; Albert Victor. 



bein- 



- by Lieiiteiiant-Cen.ral Km-llvs. Their Royal Iltgline-se- 

».„., ,nl,,l f.. th- r.dr. -1 a.'-t e and partueko! r.-fre-liiueut. the 

rilll , . attn.ded bvihe Ib.n. Mr-. Col:-, ifterwaid". drove nauul 
U;,. S, ulh hah and .dung i !>• Pdiubiugh real. The I'nnee f.-.k a 
Hioll Iho.n-h the citv. . Old vi.io ,1 the ., .a-h«..rl ■ "f Mr. Wilhae, 
'JhunouM, leinrmaebv Mardia II -place t .o the -.-u-ral station, To-:a ■ 
[1 , -, ];,, v .d flighn. --.'■-■ cnM.e.d 'heir ronie audhwards by the IJ.lo 
j l:i i„ ;urivinr at the Fere, hill .linietaai at f-n niiuut.es pa ;t tour, a. el 
.„■,„,',■ ,!,, | al '■ i <■<■ to Abuvte, pu-ling thene... |u Ahergeldie, wlnth.e- 
Iheir Jheal Jliidn.e--e aimed al h.df-|-a-.| ,-eveti ill the eveniag. 




rger or a heated garottei 

1 countiy we involuntarilj 
young reviewer in E'hi 
"says he, *'of the cong 
ick with the infinite deb 
i which they i 






resf oi mankind." Peihaps oar f..,rf*. tmwillmg emigrant t> 
Iceland, wuntd -viepa;hi-e u it h ihe Laplander*. 

The inline of Captain Burton recall- rhe fact thai that great linguist 

,\ t 1 J ._- 1 j 1 till ho consulship. -,t befuati I.. I'.., Vu a 

Kn-l.i!.d, onleav..-uf ab-aic. f,,ra tea w.-.-k-. \V!f n w,.' tveah the lirtl- 

dirtei-ene- b-ti\ceii hi'.n and Cap-. da .->;ke — w!e. luraierly, in an 

tl Vt 1 and. r i — 111 1 1 i ' I ■ % 

puts turvoud to having .ii-cuvered the s-,,trce oi the Nile, we pre:k up 
our ear- and make ready for a. ht.aarv daello. Spehe i, ahou- to 
bring forward a huMk. -Jt-.. -a, W I I "' '-'y 











the . rigii .al b, ;ug merely a parody .-n " 


M-'ac-e-.-, aao in the C;m»: 




.} ;-'. ■ ■;,;!," id'ait,' 1 ,!: 


■\\\ alhai. 1.. ih:- ne -vly Tu, rh- -■ 


.- ■-"' ^^pei'hip-wi-elv.wc.h- 
rv'd. Let us rctneml'orthe. 






written thirlv-lw.j yeirs 










oflrek-i..!. 'llRivi-. io U- .'."■■ 

I.ui i.v ,.:.]. -.-. iliiit m:v n,..., u, L.iiMm v.-oi.M liii.l !,i,„-.,ll •• 

... ., , , , ....!■. ....... i, - ..■■,. .'i 

ii-,.,,;;.lr,.i..|. »..„1,1.-.. in »,.r-.. tl.iu.cva-. 1-.n1 \\ „.■!,„ .-.• . i' 
vtivcltMi :u.,l .,-, ;.,l.ii|,'„„,ii>:i :. "■'■ '<•--■■« ■ • . : li- .1... ... I., .,-.!( .m-1- • 

s ,„'k ....,„■. Win ,„,t i„iO, ,-..10. ■ -,..l .'.ui;;., 1"; I!;'.. '' H"! .'.■■•< 

I-.,.,, i .., l|,..v,,.rlJ l-.„u ,1 ,.--e .-..y.illy . In 1,. „ l..y.il, 

,.,,'!:, „i i,:ui..i,. U-....1.I ji , ..„ j". 1 .11.-1 '..-I M.1J.--.V Ii" '. -1UI--H..1 

1 ,111. 1 

11,,,,.. „ ,-. ih,: 1:1,1 nl toi-i-ottuln-i »r ii,-glMt ui Iid.u.a wouU thereby 
lr.y3 om- i.i-.n, lit; 




The in !..„. Ilcrmlesof Sir.T,,-!,.! 1 ?.■■■. ik.1.1-. 1' ";"■■< .' a " r T na a 

,,:,.,■ motiL-i 1 „ in,. ,.,M ,,:.n. :. ,.„-.,.,-. : -.i.-,i.-,- .". 1^"-; 

,s;, J,s!u.itl..,ilii,.Pi,ck i.iul the Hercules. 



street, e..ve![t-t.',ii,l.:.|i. wclinetv t,, 1 



THE ILLUSTRATE 




LONDON NEWS 



August 20, lee*. — 189 




August m, issj. — 189 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



STATUE OF PRINCE ALBERT UNCOVERED BY THE 

miNCE OF WALK-; AT TUT. LICENSED VICTI/ALLERS 1 ASYLUM. 
A pitTl-'.. report of the proceedings of Tno-d;iv week at Liu.' Licenced 
Victualler.-' Asylum in 1 1. • t)\.\ K.-nt-roa. I ^ i >|> . nro- J in our last 
Number. Our pre-nt III, ignition give- n. vi.^vnf lh.it int.-r.-.ting 
jccnc. The Prince of WaP- arrived at noun in a -tab- carnage, 
.■.reompamed 1-V t»i- Kail of Monnt-Eo-vmuh.. C-m-ra! Knolh ;. :i.i.l 
MniorTce-alalc. The band of tin- G icnadier ( Innrd-, 1-1 by Mr. D. 
Godfrey, plav.al "Cd -nve thu (>neeu." and :i guard of honour was 
formed' l.v tii.- Hon. Ami:, rv C.-!up:inv in the portico, whore hi> 
Ioy.nl Biebm -- wn- received l.v I ho ehainnai:. In- 1 ' .-'■-. :ui.l goveneu- 
<f tin- .n-vhun. the chaplain, th- -eoTctarv. and the medical officer. 
Ik- was then conducted re, the ehup-1. when,-,- ho W.t- C-eortod hy a 
] roce-iou. Hanked or, „:,,■ -id,- l,v the inmate- of rho n-vium and on 
theothet l.v the children of the WhouP, to vi-it the " Alh.rf Wing " 
and lo inspect the -;.,,„;■ lai ! l.v hi- lamented tai'i-r hut :i -Imrt tune 
before the late rrii.ee ( 'on-, .rt'-' death. The band J. hived the national 
anthem, :,ft. r which In- Boval Highn-- was e-eorted to the 
-fonudata n--.;<mo of thr •• Ladi--' Whil'." l.ii'l by tlie Pnnee Consort 
■'rough the chapel to the open space in 
to the building, where it l.n.u'e in iv. jm--? 



Bgadai 

f the lie. no d 



The secretary, Mr. T. Jones, read an address, which 
.terest shown by the hite rrince in the charitable 
victualler . ami l.^-L'e.l that the PniiO' of 
favour them with hi- patronage lik.-wi-e. 
aid, " 1 command the m-uioriat to he now 
miediately done. A- the statue became 
■ looked -ie;,dfn-t.!v 01 the feafnre-. The member ■ ol 

mu-ie composed hy the late Prince 



I Victuallers' Choral i 



icv;;;.! 



'change. Thr E .change i 



.ricter. The 



The inner parallelogram wii' 

ivd poli.-lied granite, from 

rilled in with tracery of medieval design, the 

also filled with spandril windows of nppropriat 

roof will be of open timber-work, with carv 

wrought-iron spandril.-. the dedgn throughout, having a 
«r, to which principle the decoration 
The news-room floor, on the same level 
i ; .vhiu,Te. will ha"'- an area of iip-.v.ir I- of '.''in yard-. 
will ho from Bank-tr.-!, and >\v Kvhange cm also ho 
'mm the same ve-rihule. Tie- valuable frontage to 
has been divided into eight go,.,| -hops, each having a 
cellar under and show-room over. On th- npp-r lloor a room for the 
CluirnV-r of Commerce, 1.' It. hy '21 ft., is pro-id-d. with a library an 1 
secretary's room attached. Tlie remainder of the tirs floor and the 

f.-r wi-.-li a cn-id-rahle dein.-.iid e\i-i-. T ■ '■- ' :■ ' : - arened in 
llnoiighont. and will lie let oft' a- win-. ■■: ■ - -■■■ a go \ aults. From 



patcd. Careful 

v-n'.]t:,i)on, and warming. Tl 
" r.OOO. The d.-Lm of 



The ( 



The desig 

sul.iuitted in a limit-d competition, 
Mawson, of Bradford and London. 



cpie-ented the rrince Con-nvr i- 
oioll. the other h.aa- upon the I 
draped a cloak. The n-nre, 
p-l-^tal of white marble, wh 



Out 



. A.n. is.;;t. as a 

_■ Good." On the 



, 1 \ 1- i I iih Prince of Wale?. 

,- cernnonvol uneovenno the ^tarne. a fhorn-. adapt" 1 from 
oratorio of' "Solomon.' ive -unu. The chairman, Mr. J oh a 
■n nrijiroached the dai- and doliv-r-.l an ad. Ire-- thankme; hi- 
.■hi,.- for 0„- ho,„.nr done to the institution. Tlie Prince 
/replied. The " Hallelujah Chorus " was then sting, after 
■ ];..val ll.ahue • and suite retired. 



[.ORD PALMERSTON LAVING THE FOCNDATION OF 

THE NEW EXCHANGE AT BRADFOHD. 
Dm Engraving represents the scene at Bradford on Tuesday week, 
.vhen the foundation-tone of the new haildmu- ot th- Kvehaiu'- wa- 

..;.: !.-. i: ■■ ]',■ na: Jlj.y. r. w - -peeeli on tin- o.-ca-ion wi- iullv 

. ■■ - ]■■.,■ '.:■•. Tii- o.J- 1 - " par: of 'he ■ 
,1 thi- Illustration, Lord Palmer-toii had 
i-ilo.-iiom Bradford, on the Monday evening 
.he nue-t of Mr. Kipt-.v, of Ih.'m- Hoa-o. whei 
U dinner, and where, on the Te--dav moniin 






&** 






..n.o-ntlv pr-souted to the people of 
1 t \\ 1 1^ Mi Th in, 

■■ ;:. Hi.- L.-.rd-tiip was received at 
ry by tlie Bradford and Bowling 
:-."r- of a numerous as-emhly. A \ 



piv.].o-ed building 



■till Lord' Palmer-ton. and a 
with their band. The rout 

{■■■'■d--road. I'.ndL'o--!'-— r. 
■ ' -hark 

9 Old Market 

nded by flags, banners, 
spectators provided with 

. rod "See. the 
free-toii.-. the 



>mes." His Lordship, the Mayor, and 
er dignitarie. having alighted, and 
:■ susp.-ndod -tone, a fine block o 

om,.,l Lord Palmer-t':.:; to. Bradford 



of Lord Palmerston, 



■- !;:.- Lo.r'l-!;ip. who proe-.-.k: 
:tar and lay the stem,- with t 
lining nv.vspay.-rs and phot 



then, on behalf of the <3 



duvotor- of t!io Lv.-hano-' 
■ ]'-. pro-i.-nr..-d to In- L-r-l-ini 
n Rawson. After tliankin- 



■rek.re required the eii-.iioii of a new Lv; change. The 



inii.dop. in 1S.!8 there were not i 

In 1 S-ll the annual rental of pi 
amounted to £i:f7,77H; this year it 



years after the 
was upwards of 



i.sno, In 1m;s;; t 



iceomiuodatio.n of Isjs W a= inade.-pia'.e to tho- 
. 'the directors trusted that the French treaty 
it the tir.-t fruits of that enliLrhteuod poh.-y of 
y ce.ngi-atulatfd his Lordship. They welcomed 
1 were glad to see him amongst them, after so 



s continued even more 
- " .He con- 
,eace. tb- 

I'.ladl'oid, 



2 approach, and affording ti 



.v,-i ,tn.-ei- lnv al-o hr-ll I 
■Exchange will be ni.d-r the 

le, giving a pieture-.pie oil 
.■ a i: .mtage of a Cvc'ed on' 





Mr. W. J. 0'n..he-,:y. of u-bo-o ^-nlptm-os wo have 
The mtitication of the treaties renewing the Zollv. 



pi-bib- ni.vmr: h.-id -,- .Vr-.v.-rp a few days 



;;;:,v;.;i;:;-:; 



Krasicki, who had 



COLUMN FOR THE CURIOUS. 

RrsTiN.i, the other dav, upon one of the seats beneath t 

of th{- dower (liven, ami u lleetliu' Upon tlio -poli, ,.;,.,,, ,-,- 

kateres oi the old foitress, we un-.-ed the statne of 
"\\. iheplon, wlm.'h, i,, |-s.js, wa- appropriately erecte< 
Weil in gt on Bairack-, This statue was pr.-ont.-d by tht ..,..,, 

removal if, at be-t. nngra'cfnl hvatment in more than 
become of the memorial nest crossed 



one way. What « 

our mind, wli-n the impiirv was 
para'-rra]'!,. which nv.peared on t 

r:a-^t ra: a pal. -ta] m Ik- i-rinial-a! 

si.... r>.:].:.r(tn. i-t ctn.-.- n. r he pi"i 



' -C il;/;.,,. • 

tne ioilowing apropos 

ve, .. i: -y of the Bat-1: ol 



.' dopo-,tory i.as ill irentinom. 



who soi-ehr pi do liononr to the heio. Woolwich may no; ha :l:i ulX] ,_ 
propriate site for the -lai,„- : but why should .t be n.anoved from ii- 
original ioeaiionV Bv-:l,-\vav. we >ee that, the f.-rfy-rmi hl.Jck of 
granite ha< been eoi,v-\ed ii-iu Cornwall to Sfratlirield.-ave for n. 
portion of the mejinm..-!.! which the pre-ent Luke of Wellington u 
erect nig to hi.- dlu-lnoi,- father. But whore' j< the national m-moria! 
voted twelve year- sine. |o the Iielo . Such ueglcet is only ,,,- ,.,,], .,) 
by the indiib.a-eneo wlii-li. for la-k of a few thou-and poands. Ins 
h.-ft for twenty yoai- uulini-liel the Nel-.>n Column m 1'r if.i'g u'- 
s.]i,are '. Distance, in tins cn.-e. lend- indifference. 

the '-restoration," as it Ls termed, of Cliaiin; 



Ig i r, e—d. e v. 
l. ha lino !■■', 



Iwith. One 
*{chere ]}■■<>■■) is in 
report adds, "Charing Cro-s was 



cross, but not' 
" the drawing described 
in the British Museum/' 
Charing-cmss Railway s 

" Oherringe, ni 



village of Cherring 



arrago or blunder-. I, [t cannot 
ty to follow. We heboT,. Mr. 

value." He add , in a note. 

draw n.:.; Mr. Bar-y is. fv.llo.ving a', til- 

lo-ig b-f.,r- 



The r&storation 
have so often refer 






Urine. 3. The c 

number, not twelve. 4. It is a sort of nan 

liariie'-eross at the railway station, le-reaff -r 
i New Zealand..-!- in Nut™ and Queries. 'I'll- 
norial seems strangely out of place. As to 
Pennant nor the Crowle Pennant will satisfy 

the Latch Church. An-tinfiiar , to which we 

led with, T ■oni-e^iiiiatedal 

Mr. Edward I'Anson and Mr. 
Mr. Spaul. of Norwich, holds the contract for the 
wmg. all of which will be of oak. The open timber 
he unsightly fiat criling, is supported on twenty 
vith arches springing from each pillar, and toward 
uers to light the chancel. In addition, the church 
; w": I 1 mi ...-.a:." tracery, re-toivd in Poieland 
est Window, winch is English Lecorated, is next in 



CaK'e .roied:.-. and t: 

is srill athir.-f f.a cooline -Ircini- ; and. to -ati.-ty tins panting, tne 
fountains mu-t he increa-ed live-fold. However, some iilx.-ral con- 
tiil.mt aali- have pr-l b. -n mad..- to I |,e fund of the a--.ciarion. nichiding 

ii:u from a lady in Broiiipioi d tl't-i fonn a gentleman in Pilule: . 

for the two fountain- in-f opeii<-l by the -ovi.Ty out-id,.' the K'Ti-mg- 
ton Me--enm and m the high o.ad lead, eg to il.iitos-, Park. A gentle- 
man in Pife-luro ha- ellercd Lo ]>::y ihe Co-t of a fountain near Lie 
Lelisinc'.oii Poo i. lie-, where, hv-lne-wav. water w a- aiwavs wanted , 

and a lady at ^t. Johu'-w \ ha- -en! 1" the ^.ei-iy a donation for 

the new eattie-tn..a,.;h j,'-f tixt-d in Fiii-bury-.piare. H.ov llioh it I 
Mai-tiii woidd haw gl.-rLried such an art. ^i ministering humanity I 
l-'in-hmy-cii-.u- :- -av- d from the 1 .1 "t.mt irou eourser— or, in other 
Kailwav (Tower-hill Extension). Moor- 
3 of Bedlam ' ' 

■ailway raid 



Gilbert term- ■■ 



;. sweep away the Finsbury garden 

night de-oor 
■ L-ard-u-of , 
hing oa-i-.^ 

prelected during 

" f bei 



weepmgr,-,..,- of more th.aa had a . ■.:<; nv - OTowrn, |,r 

Would he downright do-eera.-.ioii. The Ifo-pende- di 1 

^CCt the gaid-n-of old liiau h.ro the Pm.-bmy- 

l-efreshing oa-is. The railway engineers, by 



thfoTgh tlie 
fay out the 



and, the railway being c 

o surface of the garden a 



by then- Act t 

ornamental portion which may have b-eu interfered ■ 
satisfaction oi -.mie poieai to be appo,n:ed by t!,o Hoard of Trade. S-r 
J.oOpli Pastel, won id I -.-a iir-l -ra'e arbi'ei of t in - //-so,.; I', , r J»< n,-i> ■>■;. 
The railway coni|.iuiv. moreover, are to contribute annually £U)J 



a-aial eharaeh.-r 



P. conti.'.eie einnalJy I 
a lie- groLind.- ; and the , 

■: at th- (■oi!,, i .-i.iv,j W.-.doi 



■■ Go .,nne Mi:-l,r.'-oi,i- " have p:-t Cropped up w 
Dr. LtrBoideUe -taio- that on a .-oil of gyp-um. ma 
Of pot.l-h. he La* erown m a cellar giant mu-hr.'Oi 
■■ somewlait mote than l-j lb. avoirdupoise.' This t 



in the caialogne ' 
fell und.-r the hau 
York. Tliev wei 



tie foil oriiig 
.-irlv ware of 

ated. though 



shape of a water-jar, 



wzl; 



,H \\ 1 \ I ' I "iy 1 ' "> 1 ] ' tl \ ' 

] | ' , | I j 1 ( 1 1 bout ten miles 

from Yearsley. 

Wo- read in a l-'iei" bom Mr. l"ranl: Bneliiand to the T> )>!■■•< that: ;l 
, \ I,, til ■• ' lit we-k t there. 1 in the river Severn :it 

T.-wl-i -h- . v ■ n''ii murli ditlieultv it wa- hroug'-e a ho- io Pa 1dm gton 
.,,"!,.,",„ „ I 1 1 1 t the garden- ol ,he Zoolog.e il S .-ie\v ; 

1,,;- ■ , 1-, Mii, ,,.'i the -t ugeou died, If, weieht. wa- !•.'■• lh.. and it 
lL . ,..,,. .,. i , f- "i.. I- - oh, Mr. Bu.-kl.md found if to c .adaiu an 
■ -Vic-i-' 'i ■ ■ ■ ' ■!( a- i,. mannta.-t :,-■ 1 into eaviare by tie* 

p',".. , . '■-lb-., and which, a- a calculation showed, 

r , ,'..:ii' ,,',.' !■ - . .-l.tino , ...:;.. 'J his " royal ii-h,' i-oor.hng 

,,, .,„ ,.'d ]-y. h. '," ' I to th- S.,v. r--o : . p.-,-.,. .... ., Mr. K'.rvvet. 

tells u- in -Ho'-t and Lo-t," - by n stU'We of Edward II. it is said, 
•the King shall have -tnrgeou Lake,, m the sea or elsewhere within 



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i Tuesday unci Wedues- 



KATIOXAL SPORTS. 

'I'm: mr-incr of lasr we-l; ].i^ -..-1 off without any .-t:irt1 i n.nr mcMe:-.' s •■• 
any of those- sensational -p i : --odc- in tl ■■ - Ring t.'h.U lead to angry .1 ■;■ 

Ci's-ions. threat. ai si. ■ 1 1 1 i n ■_; wor=e. and then suh-ide into liotli log 

Tin- Il.'iilwny Nursery Handicap at ]y»v- o n---t i< -n h:n led to nothie:. 
tin- owner of the second. Sympathy, having determined to lot it go. 
a. hchini-elf ..'X].iv- t ,l it, K-t henngln be .-..n-t-l-.-n-.J :n actnat-d l.y 
a litigious ami querulous spirit, 
know him would never attrih 
t'ri.'Si.-ntvd a more brilliant sjwveta 

(lay, tlie two (lavs of tin- Egham meeting, me raeuig un l:..; 
opening day "as inl.'i-. ^( in'_r in inn' or two points. CilKr 
Oil won li'i-r iwi-ntv-rifili Queen's Plat-, heating her CO-age, 
i'.allv Edmund, in such hollow s Iv l,. ili.it tin' wonder was she wi- 
i.i.t 'instantly at -1 to 1 for the Lba H:> n. I i> m p. But, doubt". - . 
II). old ami hackneyed cry , if being " for.-st.alled " will have a to di 
nineg, and the public, bang thereby iinhuvd to h-li-ve that th- old 
inure will not be brought oi 

iuvi-tir.ents quietly. East 

leti-ogi-aiK movement. ; but 

i.itvi'- - 1 *_ - 1 in (lie Sussex hoi -- w.i> not so broadly hint-d at. The k,a 
John Stakes let in some fn.-h light ii]»m the recent 
Anti-Macassar at Bright. I Ja-«v.-. ulii-re.it will be 



, ..ppoinuiity of making I- ■ . 



! £100 Plate 

for Iwo-voar-oMs, on the Pnght.-.u '..'lab dae. to Xnknh-v.i, who ■•..■■ • 
ban \'.\h.i :mdb. at hioi a lum'l, .o,d a half. UTierh-r or not it was ::i.- 
hi- iockev. dreading a elan-- in the - Urni-day Hook "of the Jo k-y 

<hib. pave th.' lior>.- hi, h-ad. ili.l ivi > our aft. a the race ; bin .■ ■ 

thing is Certain, that A litoMaea-ar '.Von so c.tmI.V. defeating a ti. I I ..| 

J>rb\ Tl > 1 M 111 

intere.t in coi;s t '|iieiiee of the ri-ponvd meeting of Blair Atlio! -<■■■ : 
Oeneral l'c. 1 in the ("ircat York-liIiv Stak— . The Derby winn-- ■., !. 
have to carry a 71b. p-nallv. which will make his weight .>t. ."lib. 
Many compet.-ut judge-, so called, aver that tins will bring th- ■ ■ ■ 
favourites ■• blether ;" vvhi!.' tho-e who aiteet the belief tlei' la 
Oncral wa« not ridden at the finish ai Epsom declare that: l.u I 
. glorious revenge, not only here bat in 

so readily, or at better 



. tin.. , -!,; 



the Legor as wi 

'I lie grou-e-sliootuigs were never takei 
prices, than they have been this year ; but 
(.n hanil most ih-eadfidlv. We hear, in fact, that i 
including a portion of the Forest of Mar, still lac! 
years ago it was calculated that every deer which a 
iiim i/Jn, ami. according to the recent range of pri 
that at least, a live-ponud note may be add-d. Tin- wearner nas o- a 
most lo\-elv. and.ahh.'uu'ii w. 'I'-anl -ad . . .mphunts in Siit.herlaail n 
find from par|s ,,f 3 ;..=. — t ■ L ■ - - as to the effects of two very severe .1 iy- 

'.:.'. ■■.'■■';. ad- ::.■ ,■ <■• ■■ !■" ■ ';'■''' " 

!:n-;i! Inaionry of moor-. Tile heal make- i: very heavy Work '. ■■'. 
f..r doe- and "hur-s. The link..: ■,: Ki.dn.i.eid. who lei^ l'il couple . : • 
{I. rdoa setters with imn at Clen Fiddi.'li. k.K-d. with I. .rd Bin-:.- .. 
ami two other friends. Isi. 1 , bia.-e oi ^roioe on the two lirstclays. \V ■ 
leant from the Jhuqislur-- Aih-eni.srr that Lord Henry Ben: 1 -a k 
] nmety-thr-i- brace to his ,.,wn gnu. and that o:\ i:i-- 



pteeioiis day ie- Lord-hip killed thr- stag- at one -L ilk, 
weighing lilst. Jib. Hi.- Royal Highne.- ' " 
bad". -nine good sport near Ab'.Tgeldie ; an 



Chfc-tiTtield ('L.p.-Ni-i 



i i.ii.\m r.\a:<. rv- -<,..v 




THE ROYAL VICTORIA YACHT CUT, AT RYDE. 

Lseula-l \iunb. r we gave n brief a".sair,r of the pcrfon 

the Royal Yacht S.^adr t Cow,. . w ith a View of the r 

pr. .menadi' on the 1'rmeC, Creen in that town, J 

Of the QueenV }.riz..' cap. -ailed for on Thursday, ' 

new pit- -cut a iei-.o-pon<'l;ii'i pah of llhi.-tration- ■■:' the ai--etaig . 

the Roval Victoria Vaeht Clab at Ryde. which c.imme:ic ■ I o 

Tuesday. Ilio IHh in.-r. Our Engraving, e.iiill.'d " Tli Vaehtlug S.- 1-.. 

at Rvd.',"on ien'0' '200, i< from a sketch 1: 

-■~ -, which 01" 




next dny'w pi-oceedings 
lo the club, in divisior 



1 Plate, inusnifactured by Mr. Birnaol, 



at the clubhouse in the evening. The raw on Thursday 
week was for the La.be-' n.i'.e. ::i-'en by th- la-.lir? of Uvde 
Ouly three yachts started— 7:/., th. Maria 1. catter, of 63 ton?, 
belonging to Mr. J. 0. Morrice ; the Volantc, cutter, of M t-m?. 
l-;..n.,'a.g to Mr. H (.'. M .■;■!.-: i> ; aad th. A".lc:,ii". The pr ./. ■ wa- 
uonbvtl,' .Mb L rt.n.. bat '.he Vo! .1 
fit-i a. I. behind her. The L.idi 
of Ryde, is an elaborably i 
st\l-.. cut. niurtg tine' \- u'.i-'i.: (.Ir.-ek va : e=, b.eled and wreithe 
with a:ni,|'.,e snoll-. On tic n.xt day {Friday, the 12tb) there wor. 
two r.'.ce-. one f-a .-,. ho. .1 ,.-!,, w,.n by the Aline, the otii^r for cult r- 
tvi.ii by -.In- Mo-qiiii-i, .'.'i ton-. Uv.'iojig to Mr. T. Holdsw-orih ; ih 
ph/c in i.ieh 1.1-e was £.ai_ l,, t |„. ..kvniM',' th re «';na gran 1 d.-pln 
of tin-tt.iiks from a .-•.■.'■ 111 the water 1:1 laait ot the chibii-.u;.-. a a 
th- whole iict of yacht- w,; ilhnninated. Saturday last w.i 
devoted to l»ei'.-raees, d i.:kh ant-, ami other aquatic -an:- 
wh.,.i,w, - 1- ;..; I f..aa tie: p. : lo ( vry ia'-e ;r.a:ib.-: oi -p --; ■.;..-- 
T'j.e baud of -In- Loyal M uilie-. loen l'..u-ai 1.1th. j-i iv-d ,\< inte-v.i! 



Ryde"; but on TiicmIiv 

E 



lay 
bv Mr. Charles 1% 

■!■■!• vgiag to the il<\\i: V 






i Yacht clu 

' "^golILtra 

Crick style, the 1. 






Rvdc to Torquay 

Thi- cap. which is re. 

rnaniifaeiiii.,1 by M--i-. I. I..u ■■■ 1 ilyd-r. goiilouU'i's, 

lioiid-strccl. The design 1- of the cl.i^ic Otc'.: style, tue g; 
being dead gold and the relief dead silver. The two handle 
beautifully-modelled ne.-iu.ol-, by Kalfern; the cover is 
silver, Ritrniounted by an infant Neptune astride on a dolphi 

iri-rri]itiou -— " Rre-i-ated |.. th- Roval Victoria Yacht <': 
CiiaiKsThelhi.-M.a.i:-) ■-'*. an Maleh. Ryde to Torquay. A .■. 
l^'.l " M' --is. L e'.d-.a :.a I Ky.l, r t, id '.he la .0 ..: -a'...i :'. 
cnji for the inspection of lus Royal Highness the Priuce of 
who exjuvs-si'd himself highly pleaded with it. 

Tin- (..'lowing w.ri: v. -1'- which competed for this pi 
Tn.of.ibiy :— The O.-prey, vawl, •.».*. ban, Lord Bai rli'.ev. V .1 
North siar, cutter. .'7 be.-. Mi ilyd-.- handy; the KmiiM 



!-:^i?: 

'"i"":: 



., r, .ail- ■■■ 
is. Mr It 

Dunbar; the 1 



(-.o.luai : t!.e Don-. Cut:- .. 1 ■ '. ■..-, th-- LiU.le. -eu 
H. Licbcit : the Madcap, schooner, 71 tons, Mr. A. 
1VH, schooner. 71 tons. ,\[- Rlwai.l- ; tho Vcatal, 
Cluehe.sbr ; the Colevibmv. jsS 1..11-. Mr I. awi-nee K"i r ; th- Julia, 

&;' '" 

a .a- S'.o Ky. R.H. 



:'. :'.!:-'-'e. Lll.C . tie 0-po y. '■" '. .n-. Lie,,--,, o.' II. 

the Galatea, schooner, 131 tons, Mr. Thomas 

Maritana, 

tons, Loi-d Louth ; 



lJr* F. C. Morrice. They started from Ryde 
01, T11, -dav mortnn.-. 'h- wind b.aaj K N Iv They wen- all 

:'- N- - --■ ■■ .theBlueBeUtakingthe 

'' ;bb-tide \ra< ]>i-!. ami th. 
'clock, when the flood-tide 



eilai, 1!:. ebb t, de wa- |>i-'. 
when the fl 

Needles, except 



the afteruoou there 

drifted idly upon th 

and they wet 

nored near St. Albau's Head, and the O^pro; 

, ami nvoca. which a'.-> !■ t g-> their anchor- at differ 
plaees. The rule- of the. Royal Victoria Yacht Club do not pal 
yaeb:- to aiu h..r diuiag a race, except t" avoid d r ;er to th- -u -.•!■■ 
or others. In the-( ca-e- the four v,--e's, n ; the -e.|r.el wall h- 
l^canio di-.piahli-d. a ta -foi'rnc which fell iaa-f sever-iv on t 
owner. •'. 1 he Klue B-d. Th.-o- wa; a we-b.r!y wm-i dnraig 'a-- 11 ■; 
but at ilaybiv^h the "either wa.ruhii and ha/y. The yael-.t . ton 
themselves uinc'i sea"er-d .i]''.rt. - • that nv.lv ilir.-p or mur i-riu 1 
w;T,.n sight ..f e.eh other. S..>n aft-r eight oe.o-k the Blue B. 
followed by the eight V--.-.-N nana. 1 b|...... te.'e':.-r wa Mr 

between the clubhoa-. an-1 mark-boa-, at the tolio'.v.ag 






THE MARKETS. 









ise she anchored .hiring the 
race. as. previ.ai-lv .-.ta'.ed , tint- the Mar.aa. Mr. J. V,. Morrice, wi is 
the'J'hvihi.^.n cap of 1864. 

Th.- Rottitgiii-c elections have not passed oft quietly, and 
Mi-Naran rel\i.T-.bv way of New Yuih. slate that the EmpCfOf 
Sir Charles Tn.-mn M'Cartliy. (iovernor of Ceylon, (lied at the 










OF THK WEEK 



■ Appomattox 1- -een towards t 



t Illustration o 

tersburff. X'u^iaia. v. .» he.-ieg.. 

The railway bridge 

towam- tne tert, and a large iVtory 
r Ls navnganic only below bridge, a- there are rapi.ls 
n-iderabh- dj-ai.'lr en approach Wal-all's Landing, 
six miles down, ai.d -;■ . ■■■■'.- maj come quite up to the 
Petersburg is contemporary e,.-.i, b-ehmoii-l. both cities having 
laid out in 17:13. and i.'a. aag e,.atmued to In.' rivals in commerce, 
i by being made Ha- 



nd was a place of considerable trade, exporting l 
x)bacco. As early as HJ-t:» a fort, called Fort Henry, 
e falls of the Appomattox, on the point where IV 
for the defence of the neighbourhood aga 
nd other Indian tribes. S..on after this, l'eter Ji 
settlers of Virginia, 
he place where lie ti: 






incorporated with 



■ :i ■■ rlis have since 

!■- .honla-aiid aii..Mi-i I ;l audi, ad, ai wliv h hnl- l-l-w- 
. '. 111 old .chureli, and which, being on high 



pL-tersbitrg. Tw 



v be much exposed t 
-oached by 



: '.oiatioiairy War. 'J'h.-v approaeh-d by the wiine rout 
.: ;,ti-,) by th" K-d.-ral ( ;.-ne; al- -n on.-iy , by way ol Jaui-s 1 
,y Fouii, v. here :tn army v;.<$ land-.!, under Gencrd Phi 



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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



1781, and marched into the city. The British 
destroyed quantities of tob; 
all the fences and many 

mildings for fuel. While General Phillips lay ill 

I: ■'.: _L" ■!;■■ I !■.■.;-. . :i ] ■- ■, , .<:o 
i which In- Ii;m1 made his ' 





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STATUE OF THE LATE M'KE • >F BEI'FORD AT 



J. Tn.-hivmy. M.P.. a-.i.l ,i ihuiiIr. ■ ■■ I.i.l:. - .m.l -.-. mk-ineo beloncinc 
of Devon. It is a fine work of art, ex<£ 
.hene, whose portrait, as one of the four 

i-L'rriit l y-'l..r'r-l :i;-..«;i ; ites of th^ i;..v:il A. :i- I.'in v. we engraved lost 

w\ek. Tht- r.-j-mv. hKk/Ii i; of l.n.ri,-.-. i- 7u. us I l. , r ■ l,i. ;I ... ( .| j- ,,b C e 

iiinj ]«L-dfst:-il fit. iii height, both i^i.-tnl ami ftati: 

ij.< '-«.■- 1 ..t muteri.ih j.n ..Iikv.] on the Bedford i " 

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v.:-r,;)> Dnl:.-- of h.,.)i.. ,-.]." 



statue. Mr. Carpenter Gamier made i 

people of Tavistock. He said they had I 

' ' the debt of L'lTititii'i-' 



atov, but as a UIhi.iI i.,,,. M ,. r ,i an ,i ., 
..)'!■■ i.f improving tin.' .1 v. .. :;mi.'-; or the 
am'cd the F>«'i;i] and in,. nil iruprove- 
'I li.' ■ ...ihiLKil ae;s «if 111- t, ,?,■:,-_ for tin.' 



ami especially by the French, had not bitherto'been U 



These were— the 

peculiar im-de of fastening them to the ship with large 
screws." holding by coarse thread- in the iiml.a-. in -lead of !_.. it -■ 
1 tl- - i j i!_r entirely through, with nut- on live insi.L--. which is the usual 
buglr-h j.liii. The target repres< Mid a portion ot a ship's side, 17 ft. 
l'ln- mi,.] J u 1 1 . hi :'h. covered with four rows ,.f phiu-s, each plate 



•nend and t-eiu-f... '■ : they had ]■■••.; I...: they >mc i ...v about to 
: igi irate :l.i- 'ta-ue ;n the hope rli.it it u.uht hi cp abve the fcel- 



id - :i t:-fac;ory mama r e. which 1 
oinmiitee. Mr. K. S:,. t i:cr, as or 
n c\prc-nd tlic feeling . i the tow 
; pei-r,nni merit--, of the late nob: 
■<.-::■ Mi-- which be h..d t i.nf erred o 

th" dav wris he]. 1 a- a holiday i 
i visitors. The 2i'ml IVvon Kifi 



TESTIMONIAL TO ADMIRAL SIR A. MILNE. 

Or;. Engraving repro-, ■:,:--. a hand-uine piece of plate, whi 

m mafaeturcd bv M..--r-. Whidowsoa and Vealo. f u r pr- 
Yi. .-Admiral . i- A . MlliKv K.C.U.. a- a farewell " 



•n:i; mule and ih.nkey hi<>y.. 



w, :-e L; in. thirl:, the hvi, low, r m ,,rlv li I! 
Faoh plate w,c- -.■ivttol to the ship by akoi 
in Mi. i meter, ami penetrating well into the 

oak, 11 in. thick; outside planking 
planking- of oak again, " ' 
Behind ibis were |».rtion: 






-:]■■! '_-.!, chil gs consisted 



.■■I'jtheiii! gs 



; ship's side and 



, which filled 
deck, and occurred 



brackets. 



Z- : 



In be strong, i, wen.- certainly placed closer 
their own strong 2 in. iron bolts, six in m 

and the side by bread, powerful, wo>ughl-iion brackets, bulled through 
mi each tide. Every part of the target, in fact, was ror.str noted e U 

the principle in e.-e on the (.'eminent, espoeialh in Trance. The 
whole tare,.; — that is to sav, it- ii in. plate- on 1 :,, water-line, and -1-J iu . 
plate- above-may I.,- -,,:.] to have ivor.-.-entod th.- ia-i and the be-, of 
the bieneli ironclad:- the hlai.itie-- ; nl,.!.- t !„. up,-, r half— that i-. the 
hi in. [■late- aWie-were in ne .st particulars ;, evneral copy of La 

'dene, tik.- w I hackine. being similar in belli La ( ileire 'and the 

Flandres. How Gin. ami 1 ; in. plates will .-land under lire of heavy 



the Continental sy- 
I'etin. fiaudet. and 



■■<; pieee. willient ei , . | .]. .\ is ,g 

■ rim long nn, I l.'iii. ni diaii] 
,]--, r. counting trie iron with 



e.s fastened with a large number of 
.s used were supplied by Mc-rs. 
nne, France. They were of very 
f the screw, made 'on the French 
■c of the metal, but projects upon 
lly the whole has been forged ,i. 
cut tin!.' machinery. They weie 



cnvuimereiiee with 

dices of weakness, i 



onNiile plaid-Lime ;-,vl enter the fraim 
The-c seiews wen: u^cd 10 iniuieve ■ dv 
1 u en!,! a . ii I « I t j 

■ in the plates are evils 



"■'"■ "..M-ibu. r- el alMiiahl, Mi-- luird, tt t'-'Utl-. Mr, Samu 
','in,. y. M.P., i.nd < r i^ ■: ui-t '.:.■_■'■■ '. ■ ■ ■■■) N"h!omu:. la.l'e-. and ger ; th 
n'aii. '1'hei-e wen- \-JC. rujitur.ls exhd.'t,..]. each of v, !.:, 1. eeeM .:,..] 
>•■] ariv.e well-httM-, i •■tail and v. a- -.u [.plied with abieida.a.-e of pi-, 
M-ider. Altop.t 1 .-. ;b -O.ikerien, : ~h ek-eoate-l, eao-ti h v-in'Oeiee. 
;,-.d w,il-i:o;>e.i ai.u .r,l- w.,s i n mc:;; eei.tra-t t.. their rui.^hiy-k-.-} 

.•uarinp a more neb;,, .nce-trv, we find ihem re]av^cnieo in i' ,;.■ ;,},',.- 
te'.a! I,y seventeen Kn^'ii-li .sp-einien--. Prizes had been set down h: 



:een years, each of wliich stood nearlv 

sityof colour w,,= exemplitied in the ^Vln 
which was a roan wi;h white " point-." and in the pure wliiie of the 
seeend pme anim.d. Ihov were t we ,],.-,■-[. tion? of deuk,-vs s,.:,: in. 
fon-i -ii ami Lue'li-Io In the former th,: V'nuco of Wal,- earned e!! 
the first prize with a b, .,,-,; [i,d wi ite i:_-_, piiaii donkey. The remain- 
um h.-u..ur- m i' -■ i'. - fell '.. s>.' ■ -..■,! Fi-ance, Mr. S. Gurritv 
tahinp- the ■-■■..:.: ( r. ■■ w ,th i - ' '■ rd-.va." from Cordova, and 
M.. ( ' '■ h-- .. S,,-.j. rl.-.iLi] the thiol v.,:h his mare "'La Coimesse 



«WM arenrnkable L 



J l"-p....ui,|..r. Tlien e. :,,„:■ Sir \\ iiiiam .' 




e costcrmonirers. lb- L- ■>-.lship was 
npamod by Lieutenam.-'.'eloii.-l llnxum, M.P., Mi'. Gregson, 
, Mr. S. Gnrncy. the He v. T. Jael.-un, an, I Mi-s Burdett Couth?, 
'lie noble Earl, the prb.es were 
> hj-ntlvaili-e- -ed the veeilacTH- 
3. The fortv-vear-old donkey, 
'-■. bro-.i-lit his owner ati e.vua [.ri/e of 'a 
. [ire.sideut. Cheers were <rive» f^>- M"^ 
Hurd-.tt f.'outts and the ;;-.■;.;. leinen wh. . had inrele-ted th- 
3 show, and for Me<sis. Dotijrhw and Silitoc, " 

keys. We are sorry 
ha\e Ijeen offered as prizes 

s Fry, employed by Mc=si>. Muppin 

Regent-Street, to liis eiiiplovers. be 
x u..» noi been heard of since. 

The three animal-, rop.v-clited in om J-in-i a v!i,--. nl.'n. i- t,.-,., ■, 
sU-i-oh bv Mr. J.I. Herin- are as f.dlew : No", 1. -The 



■ V;,Rl, 



■ i'lT r " 



in all din-elie; -, : i.ut the [.ert'eer m.ou,- 

by the Millw.dl Company, dkipp.vi.tv.! 

i the target wa- peneiiated and destroyed 

thaii^ any target that has ever yet been tried at 

of met.il quite sound. 

ipon tnis target 1a- L ',o, with the usual p 

shot from the old C.s-po under and tlie Armstrong 

roup's shunt gun. of u-j-j 

which is 4-1 lb. But 

eating now- in vogue, is 

supposed, tie- same effect at 

produced at 1000 yj 

>L'o lb. weight. The 

iddle jilate, pa-sed clean through 
, and sending the piece of " " 
•.pie-rely tbo.ueh into the sl,i|>. the shot it -elf strikin: 
i iron target made by Mr. Scon Ku-cil in the rear, and m,d.;.:- 
'i, besides cracking a knee. The 
plate would Lave done very serious 
the shot might have gone through the 
o try the effect of Captain PallU-r's. 

plate at the right-hand corner of the target; but when it was aimed at 
the /tronges! part ei the target it passed rterht throne h. carried ;nv;lv 
the mussiye oak knee, and hurled it -,,me yaru- behind, scattering 
ilane, i-.-us sphniers eveiewhere. The next roend v, as from the 
huge -huiU-gun. of Mt .". he,-.., wiih a -.phone, il ,-!■ el sl„,i and a 2l''- lb. 
eh, ;■:..,.■: il stinek ,■:■ ( w, edge- of I he thin a-. I Uuek |,lates, :l u,l |.a-sed 
■ l.-.-iu throng!,, making a hole of l,i in. bv II in. The next reiim.l was 
hred from rl,e i^-peni-, !,.;i-, with ste-l splieiieal si.. -tut 7o lb. against 
th,- thick plat,.-, whie'i it hit fairlv, loakiug a dent of lb!') in., 
ami bneklmg the plate a little. 'The breeehdeader Ann-troili: 
s. rviee gnu fell, .wed, w,th i;s -;,,.! shot, making an liaieut of Oi.ly 
" slnmt-gun ('.t-^J bole) was now lired at the 



CURRENT LITERATURE. 

bin in A'., 

e very titlt 

tfui. It tells a story o 

energy, and of the wonders wrought by in 
is usefni i\,r many purpose- beside- ii.eur 
thought.- ; its variation- mark vuri.-t:, \.- 
ilsi; of a ]i.:rtieul:ir w. id under |>ar:'< .. ,- 
tiealir of ;he roe or ,ie,;l U ; e (,f initio;;-:. 

i o-'e !■...:_■ 
the higi.-.-ei-ndinu' title ^i a " gra-.d mi: 

Arabs, g,, ,,, ■■ ,/,,,,,,. m t ],,_, v-;,,.:,) r,.,,.^ 
the Kin- ef .A-hanl,.e. go Mr. Crm-by s 
Xorlh Alrie.i .<■■■ on,.- bm. a feiv cears ;,,■„ w 



piuhixv .:■ 



I.i'nti. ■ . 1 






lb., ey,,r. lie::-: 



had already been s 

Mr. Ormsby convinced usofour i 
handled that hackneyed theme i 
own. To the mountaineer and to the sporisma'ti 'Mr. ( tinisl 



lie speak- eei candidly the r 



: |yculiarly happy i 



' iietlier: -peal:= of • the gentle, w< 

which is certainly net gentle, th 
inclined to eall it womanish. The 



llymgdeu. 

elieVed et r- 






cbided east-ire,, -hot from ' 

the ,-hot Wing hollow and fj;..s lb. weight 



Ihieker plat..--, with [.leeisely 
as befoie. Unfortunately ']■ 
plates. The larger shioil'-gn: 



,i«.-:, 



iwuh., JJU 



effects as before. This round was 
some mistake a duulh, cast-iron .-hoi 
The shot broke up 



irget, after making 
upon the plates, on both the thick and the 
thinner ones. The ..mailer shunt 1 i'-wii gun w as next tried again ;n 
I he thick plates will, ., eyhudrical steel shot of li.'.Mb. and a .'ju lb. 
< barge. It Struck I he p late this time and i-a-.-ed ceiupletely tlur-ULdi 
it, smashing the timbers into large splinter-, thuo afier striking the 
"hi n.-n target, lleiv i:j. la to [he air w.lh a rearing sound, and. havine 
toweled to a great height, loll with a tiemetidoi;- cra-h about foi . y 
target and i:i aline with it. 'Lee tie:,; round 
target was from the laru r C shunt-gun (in-,",j, 
' ' of 3011b. This 




Tin Ih:. f s ',,, , 

Mr vol 

..thee 'to nil t v 



days- in a French \ 
siderable length wh 

education, and then'ee to quc.sti<.n> 



■"a:-;:; 



eh p..) ...,;a. 



a-- elai'.o.'i'e! i 



ii la. gland. anduf the effect; 
ii-i! ]>ars,-i,s and other* : ye.i ) 
■ige Pobitis's ;-t vie i of ih,/e--.tei 
i' one of our il-jmj a year rent,.- 



year ivnte-1 houses," together wit 
-j degree of astonishment (mingled it 



- Ike hi.-teiv ei Leilis XVI. 

--"astheysav, "by 

Ct from a drama e 



dreary extract from" a drama-called " Louis STL 
never a word of a French parsonage. Tho r 

bewildered, and wondering when n. ,/ title 
ide in despair. 
interepersed ; but the long 

.- « w- , u „, J ie tif 1 - *-~ "-- — " 

(■ndurance: and when t lie- French 



/,.,;,,;,,.-; 



_ __ made good, and 

i...:m,-d to ihlow the 1,.,.!: as:,;, i, ,., -p-air. Tiler.- are aina-ing anec- 

tthnosfc beyond 
pai-sonage i" ~' ' 



the Lord Warden 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



),h \*> k to V read, not "> m x-h nn account '■:' its literary r/.-n:- 
;u for tin; inO-rc-l hit in. a a I til-.- T i-.ilny a hi iy- di pi ayed tow i: !- 
rtfl author. IU .-tvlf bear- trie..- of 'he antiua'.-'pruft.^Jon ;ir,.| of h; ■ 
[wxadinr place in the profusion ; it ,-> of the roli.okinj; clr--^i .p-:r.n : e 

«\|.il--- tlmt it "m.iy !■■: the n,. h n; ol pa -.:..: a .":>.) half h-.m- 
;i- irt.nl, ly. cittuT h\ rail or boat." 

.s.,<i,t,f ,jf ]■;,/;/„>, T* : '/'nut «!<•: ;.,»* J- !>-"3. H vol. K, and F. 

lure ;m oppnrlimir v of ua lir. : ,' — vVn paper- ca highly important 
-n>>ieri-. I,y Corn]K.unt writer-. M nay ■ •! the |.i;-ir :i:v .-•coijipa:-... I 
by numerous diagram-, nr. 1 :h" 'h-n.--iuii- to which the papers !-d 
are appended, so that the volume gives the reader the rncan> of c-.i.i- 



NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. 



The lu-i/c-.-hocti!)" 






The channel FU-ci ai.i,.d;,: 1'oi-tlaial ft-m Qi:- <n-to\vn '.n 
Saturduy lust. 

Captain Andrew < larke. U.K., ha? been appointed Director 

Tlie intent!. in .'f the H,>r.-e I Juards ;■■ tnaki i '.»:• Mi) if ai > Tiain 



The Lords of tin- Ailiniralty hist »vck visited Cork, where a 



: Minister of War. an jved at IVi tsmouth o 



all the ninny hnporlint 






The Ih.ynl Srliuul «-.| Naval An hii-n -nre. under the contr 

: -■' • '.'/■'. : r'.'J:-. .1 ' .,< lh- SH.'out'of '".,' 

Her Majesty has conferred the Victoria Cross < 



loon the sappers and miners of the Royal 









;; ; :rr?!- ; 






ml e..in;-a:iy pi l/e-iintr.' >■( the '.'Mh 
d by Major Uercsford, was 



Tl C ainiiial earl.inr pi i.e-conR-l ol the '.111, Kent ( I'linnstead) 

■:•:>!. .ii. Tin- :u--. ;.r...-. , : , -,,'■.. Tipti-.r, -,i.,'i ,--,.. -, ., „'..., I.. i:-,i !: „,' 
•*_■■■ Hi. K i:t :■.■■ !■: ;'..;.! I ■■-■-*. : l..... a !\. [■■::,. IV , „ ■..■,.).,.• s.,'.iu-l ... 
'■ "■ IS. 'I Wi;.|r-. •.:., !i[i,-.' pii -l.--ulo.-_- ..':: j r.-« ,:.- T:,. ,■ .l.n.'r. la : 
Tin third ai.iiv.a! pme.u.eKi.i'.: of the Cm-pie l'..i :s Wdnntecr 

-a i-n.e <£■• ,.i..| :, -iiv, T ir.-il.il) ..as taken l-y t..'«« tlrst detachment of 
o,.U..I, \r:.:l.i, ; ri„- -.■...,,.! ,. r ,..- it.'u :.i..l ., i.r- ,..-- i, ,.-1-.i. ... .V.. .■ 

t. i.ai.-. N... i it. 11.,-t,,,.... ,,„\ n... -: ,.;,.i-.,.,.i a >, r „a/- 

iNinl) l>y the -tcon t .li-taehuu-ni. No. .' II Di.ur. I.;uly M. in -art i. r ,-u.0.il 

'Hi- 1 " H . .. - \ ■ 1 in 1 1 . i -: i :-f i \ »• r.atiaa..i.. i.i.ui i :'ne command 
Irvfurd. were r>niLi:i.h in>i» 






the Lincoln corps, 



number of 120, 



ah!:.;:d i:,-pe< t i..Ji i.f th. t 



I'he annual fnuipetition of i 



Ihf Conii»-tit,,.n for prizes at heavy ■.-.■. . : . : I i v. i: 1 yolbY-i- 

' A ' ■■ I" • '■ •'- ■• >-: H-rr. ■ ......I. ....I .i II--,. , . ,, , ' ', 

th batter) whose drill was ood -Corpor tG.Davls,G . ■=. ,'i'"-:.' - ■ c' 
An inipi'iran: i i=nipi-titi.ni inul; phue hist w> -ok in S-iinersit- 

|l'-.| Ar!:a n (. ■,i|....,v. |„ „•., \'|,|...„ .| |: ,.;,. ,. , :......; el ■ : 

N.-r.--.- l:..;a. t.« k i'.. -r-t |.n;.- ..:\l--'. >■--.. n,t Co'rti^.s.t^cx, the second 






Jl'< =n il nuuin-.- r-f (he |-..iii,:v oi He::- l:ii 

■ .-l-l-l ■ ■■ I: I... ...•.-k .; A.lit.n-lu'.-. til.- M-at ,.f l>.r: |ir..« ..I-.a . Tl.r 

it 1 r tla* tv... , r.A-.j-i., ve.ir- 1.1 m:,..- .'i.n. i... . ; '..■ . ■'.>.■ :■■! ;..' . i ..■.'' .: ,'• 
hh jr-.-.n . 1:1 -.;.■ . w.,i of l.i- >■. a.;; mi.., -i..i tlas yt..r. .\t tin .'■■ ■ ..t.l. 
r.inj;.- .Mr. U:m.i..ill -<..irc.i 1-; ;«.i,a-. i.mi;.,„i; ., t,. ^ ,i !, I ■ q.i ,,,■ i-.,|.-l. .W,k!i 

■''"■-''■''■■■'t | ■'' I"'"--' II ]-::••'. i ..'::,.- :.-, .-:,'.■ .. u... : : , , ■'.■ I.\ 

IVivnt*- Wii;-r.oT il..- Hirkli!itti]i.rc.-i,| ,„ r -,.. ... l.„ ,■ .'.,,i \ ,r m;,.l.- I i ;-.ii.r -■. 



In SufTolk. tiu- I'.imcay. IW-.-;.--. I,r,dd..n. Harle-nnie, and Ihss 



The Li'fri -l.it ure of ihe colony of Antigua 
A rerogtiitioti of the service- uf sir M. 



have ad..p;i.| I 
-es Moiilefiore 



THgJLLUSTRATED LONDON 



^- iiLi_:___ ■__ 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



OBITUARY OF KJIIXI.NT I'EI^ONS. 









Thi. 



,i" «[ W.'i'r 

XT,:-,. Ik >.., 









h ,,,/-, 









WILLS AND BEQUESTS. 

rue win «.f sir iVi-iM],!-!.-!- v.*in. ivthc-i ( Vu ;i]j;u. 



TIiOv.il] of Sir Francis E<lwnr<} .Scott. Bart,, of Groat Uarr 

ii,.- i'l..;,. c„n ; ; . .;., ;■• ri.. : -.-:< .V:'.i ; .'. ",',i \-, oh'.in O. V.'.nn; . E-.'i ' ThVV'-r- 



The will of Martin Thackeray. Esq., of filouoostor-placc, 

roi-.man-.-.^i.u'..', •„;,-• j-r-".M..I in lh<- l^n-i .1, C-nrt. .-.), He J.'j.n nil,. I.v the 

executor \. .;-,.-■■.-. f '■.;:■■ '■.-(■.,.. . u, ,■ 1 ■,. . .. ,1 r'^rk- lie 1 n Pryme, i:-\., 

for mariv voir- Viee-I'i-ovo-i of Kin-', <" ..u.-fre, T'nivi-rdu ..1 '.'.-lik I -i-i- t^'i--. 
t'l-011 Hi. .k<-<:.i-.- of hi- wi.kw lu- U ...-. ..-.h- o. th,-.t c<.ll.ye nil i.i-. t-«>k--. 

].-ii;t.-. ;n.A ..■li:'r..Mi- ! /^. !:l I.--.im..uv el I.> ;.-r..'.t fn! r<-iii<-u,!,.\:ii..:i> of tin; 
. Nii-..!.i-t..- i-co. iv.,.1 tn lilni :roi.i Ui«- ■■-■■:!. rv of Kii.tr Henry VI., an. I his 
n>.M-m- .!.- ire to |.romotu the .-tit. iv ..f -., ,,.| m. ] n-vln] k-.u-iiin- iin,.ue-t 
It.' m!,..i.|.,.| in,. ,,,;;,..,■ i,,.m,[.-[ I., !,:■■ M r ■. . i(.-i.].> l„ , |im-:M Ii ■ I li>- 



..Uiil; Ner l,i..l> l,i|. .J--. !■.■,!■ 
»-"['l'"W . .lo-.j'h 'Jl.i-Vl;.-!-,,;. |.-,v.! 
':'"! "II"' - !■■ lb.- Ik-un.,-,1 Ii.. [>it ;l l In- l.-nnut 



\ f| 11 1 ll 1 

I/rat ilvim.-. lo ts-il ;-■ [..,-..,,.. .,. , ■„'...'..,, "i';.'\.."r.-;! .'.',. ,/,,,.'',','.' ■ 

I)., I in in,;: il.. ,.■ v,.-r<-.-T.j> ::.-;, t .,. r , . 1,; .,, 1 . , ■ nr. ,in :,n>. m. 'II,. | r.>|«-nion 







® 






;4l r <#? 


i 


1 




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£ 


w 


., .- ^ 













TAB? THEATRES. 




A new farce, or rather a 


sort of extravaganza .0 called 


wr.ueu by ,des-r-. \V. Lronrrh ai 
Iktreat. ' \v;|i produced .,1 the _\ 






elphi on Tl.m-,day we 












claims. Mr. Toole si 




Cij-al part, and appear.-? in hi* 

r. <iear-;d-y,-oik and di-e.u-;u: w i 


own proper person a 














ciicanipnieut, where ;he in.-Tidn.-i 


of the gang bear a 




bhm.ee to lho-e ul tin: Ad.lphi 1 




m.inv i.htlir ultic- and peril*. 11 
Jane iMr.-\ Mellon), then he hin 












■ Gipsjj ant 






ailoi.in.g a better termination to 


l w-T u i rs l u ' CL ''' ■ h " 


the on. 



1 befoie he fell a=kep. All did their be-t fortius dr.. 



'.1.- distir.'.riu-li<.l by tin prod.n-n 
d Mr. Arthur Sketehky, with 1 
iuri of the inaii:i^-i n.eiiMhat. the 
- or.;. ;ie.l " How Will Tin y <iet ' 



Frank Matthews). Mrs. 
as such pays a visit to tht 

of Tiverton. There also 
who. in the character of 1 
with Alice (Mrs. C. Matl 



]'i ir.kM.s, in .. .- , [tatii 1.. ago 

11.A.K eili.. AJIk, > KHiih: (Mr. > 

;-';> ,r r,;;;^:... ; 



SCENE AT HORNCASTLE HORSE FAIR. 



. jobmasfa raj hvery-stable to pen tjentkrccnepi rtcmerj a 

a -i-V-ndir! e.-lk-etior. 1 f lianie-s h<. ;■-..-. hlood >'.•<■]■, .: 
aille. Siii-t i"- aaiiliiils fui- i-rivate .-nn'ia''e- inld v.. 



Tlierewr^a -pkuda! ... lU.-eiien . i limi,L-s h.>r-e..-. hlood ?kicI-t, 
.'.i';.ui.'hi e.tult. Slip, i.-- aiuai.ils fui- |-rivate carriages sold 
ami hunter* ua ule higli priecs. SLu.ng. ihi.'k-er. active horses, 
al.J.j for ii.'.vn van- . -i ci.r.-ier c lij-'ht e;in-. I.vi;;.d.\ io^.=. to-l^^s., ;-i:d 
:.-':t-le t --.-.i 1km-,..: f,.,- ,.„t,ii, : ,- ( ,i lu -i;ii!0.--, :H»;_--. il. -Itlo-s. V/..II- 
biv.lt linr.-f. for artillery and .-rln.-r im!.i:.;v w.-r,.-, were sold to arra.y 
■ 'on;:-ae-<n-- m full rate-'. Manv of thi- c!il-- of hnr.-es were se.'.-i '■.■*! 
from Iri-ii breeds. Heavy cot liwwv fr brewers or mtrcha.i.'--, 
lealin-d -HI e;-\ to .Ml ^'-. ; arid teams of )i->> -. -- fur o.a.hvorl; ,.nd a^i- 
..-ultor;.] |.i;r|...n- w-.-te In.d.ehed id liti e.-. to J 1 ^ r -. : a^O'i ea; t hr-.s.--, 
Jdgs. to JO j:s. : find c.o-I .-.-I;-- _n to ■'■" _-. >.i-lo-:.- horses, Laad-en.e 
Lidrk- foi p;n-k nd r;: or hi<V-." -addle. l'ii^-. t-> K"gs. ; neat eover 
l.aeks and ek-ver e.'bs, _-l g-. l... Id gs. ; juLiids. in..- weight.- --., 1 -, ii:g 
ditto. :.><> g=. : haru. .-- ■:,},, ; „,d no-.: ]....; i. . I'lgs. L ,, ;ji> gs. liuuterr. 

youi.g hur-e.- 01 i-.-digo..-. n.nd duio of Ir.-l' 1-1 1. 7<> g-„ to iiO y*- J - lll(1 

i..aitei>.:i r.-[.i!t.0.ioii. b. -j..,' fj...od i n .1 ■*.-».-■ ,ud ].. ..- -e-.-iae: sp.-..d and 
Miiving oo.iini.-. I I ") O. juo ^--. and miward-. ; while -nine horses •. . . 1 
I .:V:.:u/ti;.i ■ i..nv,l ..ii Leber leans. A -....) bn-me^ was tr:.a-,:e(e-d 
aiixr.tr breeder in blood mare-. .e..iiii.g-. ..ad young hlood Stock. 



!a .'.riiw'! 






C-HESS ESJ05LA.S. 









THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NI 




0ft OWJWltu^ 








No. 1275. — vol. xlv. 






SATURDAY 


AUGUST 27, 1864. 


W 


TH A 


Su 


ELEMENT, FlVEPENCE 


LAW AND ORDER IN IRELAND. 




tion of degree ; in many parts it 


has taken muc' 


the 


They will be the 




r,\ widening Still i'lil'tliiT the liPTK'll 


More than once an Irish memb 


r in the House 


of Commons 


same tone as that 


which characterises religious 


dif- 


which divides t' 


e Protestants Irom tho Roman Catholics 


has indignantly demanded to 


mow why the great national 


ferences 


n England- 


-that is, it does not rise to such a 


of Ulster. Such 


an a 


tive 


■evival of religions animosity is 


institutioii of volunteers is not extended to 


Ireland 


The 


lu-i'jhi of 


personal enmity and social 


separation as has 


been 


tlei'ply to l>e ileplereil. 


AU 


ections of political economists 


reply, though suggestive rather 


than direct, wa 


well 


under- 


evident 


by the n 


ota in Belfast 


But what may be 


in Ireland are no^ 


:il'1' 1 that 


the only hope of real progress in 


stood, and it implied that the 






















sation of those hatreds which 


or even such part of it as might 
the ranks of volunteers, 












































the Orange faction. In that 


■was a step which no 
























responsible Government 


— ~ ~~ 


















- 


certain power and a great 


























occurrences have proved 






















principle of Protestant 


that there is a just basis for 






















ascendancy ; and, by con- 


this policy. In Great 






















sequence, there, ever and 


Britain no class of the com- 






















anon, the Roman Catholics 


munity is excluded from 






















are prone to avail them- 


serving as a volunteer, and 










~2g» 












selves of any opportunity 


every man so serving is 












ABM 










to vindicate their inde- 


intrusted with the custody 




















pendence and to claim 


of his rifle, if he chooses to 






















equality. In vain, it 


keep it ; and therefore in 






















appears, docs the tide of 


every district there may 






















civilisation roll on in tbat 


be, and probably is, a large 






















garden of Ireland ; it is 


body of more or less trained 






















powerless to sweep away 


men with excellent fire- 
























arms in their possession. 






















influence of which seems to 


Imagine Belfast to have 




















be so potent in eliciting the 


been such a district for 




















worse qualities of the Irish 


the last ten days. There 












'^ \<^ 










character. When this feel- 


would have been no 




















ing fulminates in personal 


























limited supply of the 










'.. i; 




^\ 








is in the strong band of 


gunmakers' shops, which 












/] 


^ .-■ A J 








power to put down dis- 


has been the resource of 






— -~;^ 






.iiJ 








turbances which cannot 


the rioters, and the result 












Z J 


'Ml 








be composed by any 


would have been in pro- 


















other means, and this leads 


portion to the ready means 




















naturally to the consider.- 


of mischief in every man's 














;'l [' ' 










hand. If the question is 














w 








were adopted to re-establish 


again asked why there are 




















law and order in Belfast in 


no volunteers in Ireland, 




















a conjuncture so perilous as 


the answer will be prompt, 












V' 


111^ 


' '!"? 






that to which we are re- 


that, owing to religious 














it 


^'t ^--= 






On the face of the affair, 


and political hatred, and in 




















the face of a large force of 




















the local authorities appear 


most efficient constabulary 


^7? - ^1 














N« ■ ft 






to have been amply provided 


and of regular troops, an 
















f .1 






with means for putting 


Irish city has been given 
up for days together to 






»J 
















down the disturbances, even 


^j^- --_- = 


in the beginning. The con- 


bloodshed and plunder, 




















although its inhabitants did 












LfKt 






(in its particular way) well 


not possess what, for this 
purpose, may be called the 






- } 














appointed, and troops were 


negative advantages of the 






|\ 














organisation and weapons, 












My 'I'- 








there was palpably pre- 


which are the necessary 
























Bystem. Happily for the 














fflR*r' ' T 


,x ■' f 






^^Sg^and 


rest of the United King- 














Hk \; \ 










dom, the elements neces- 














*& \ 










sary to produce snch a con- 




















Roman Catholics of the 


test as has been going on 
























in Belfast do not exist in 
























any town out of Ireland. 
























It is only those who know 
















't i " 






testant mob, and that they 


the state of religious hatred 


--.-•• "~'<. 














i i 






















I,, i - ■ - 






to the quelling of a quarrel 


state of things can be in- 
















I 1, • ,~\ ■ - ' 






in which the latter were 


telligible ; and it is only 
















■ 








Irishmen themselves who 






















macy. However this may 


thoroughly comprehend the 
















' '■■: '■' 




^ 


be, it is certain tbat the 


feeling which exists in that 






















strategy, so to speak, which 


part of the country. In all 






















was adopted was faulty 


other parts of Ireland 






















in principle and failed in 
























its details, and there was a 


two sects is now a ques- 




Til;" 


Y A, J 


HNSTON, T 


ROM THE EXHIBITION OF 


HIE BRITISH INST 




N.-SEE TAGE SIC 






weak, and paltering method 




tw. >.■„„,.; ,!,,.,,. »■;,<:, Will u!ll",?s:"(';.'.,,'.|' :,ni:,>:n, ' lcTi e our - *" 

Ku g ' W c',r f rLs;™„t n ™'j i ^ M 'i i ^rf ° s ' in liono " r *< * e 

:"!!■ |i\ c- In ;)..,,. . ,, . > '■',' ■ l -' Kir:-, :, ,., |,. N( 
■ I- •-• pa.- »■... :."". ■ -'■.'■■, ' : ■■,'■ ■■ ■'-■ ''■- Prumpal inters- i„ 
v|,;,-l: ,,,.,,. ..... . , .' ," ''! ■" "«' ■■""<" I :.ii- 1!, ,, irk 

»"h il.c:r ii,.,.,i p,.;,"' ;'";;' 7 {> r!,, ' '••"■!- ", .-„,.! &„,,„,..; 

"■■■" 'f. v.y ,,';,;„; :'V.''.' : ;:r,!:! x::;,^'^.j i, J Mtira *™nated 
,'l : r™i;r„! ', i^, tp \i'. ' ; ■;',.' "V" ; "-' '"«" a ^iy ^"an^Ll 

.l.tl-'i--,.,,, " Jl l'»- «l* i.c.v. 1 «::!,.;■,. ,„,.„.,. 
Imperial. As ;„ .■.,,.•,;■".:•:, I'.'"-, «'--'l^ I' i. . 



.... , SWITZERLAND. 



^, ,„";"( !, ',■■'■■'■■■'! cf ti:, ; ,:'.=,.,;,„;,,:;■;;, :i ■■■ 

■■■■■ ■'-. -.'■.■•■: ■■:'>•■■:■■■■; "— ■'■ ■■^■^i::V2 

■,;■; : , ■ ■,,■■.::..<:..;:.,■,..;;. 

::•■■::. ,:. r . .:,:.: , ;,/;;;, -;■ ' V- .!■.., 

1 I \ ,, ] ] l 1 II tl wnnpIJI 

•■Ml, rv. :illi ] ,:"-. . 'J'."- 1 ' A '' -' |: ''-' ] ;l ' i-'Li'!iji-!ii i>i (i |,. Ifiir.jr 

' ! Il.r , .M;:,.,-. ;„.; '.';. ,,.,'. '"'' ■'-■"» !'!'!'■ -ilv] .,ji ..].,■ M[.,„ lV 

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mlly solicited for the'yea 
< the Fi-ench Ministers. 



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LATEST NEWS FROM ABROAD. 

<.ffl«°_ "" WcEr ° m h:ls tan reMi ™i >**>»$> Mr. Ree 
AMERICA. 
(Per the St. David, via Creencastlc.) 

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ev up Fort Powell ou the 7t) 

et, except oue ve**cl, is sunk, 


Genera] Sheridan's forces are mo 
against the Confederate-. ' General 
\.rgun.i. I- confirmed. 

Iho Federal loss during Ptonom.-m's 


in;? tip the Shenandoah Valley 
Avirill's mkyv-s :,t Moor i.-fi ..■!■!. 
raid ip reported to »« 1000 men. 
was stated by the- y ew York 


1 t^e Governor of Pennsylvania has 
irate an a|,proi>nation to eoaip lo.ll 
of the State. ' ' ' 


U militia fur the t-peoal defence 


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•: pre=i'iit. U(.'.-(.lmitms wore 
policy iiml n-o.mm.'niliisg 
oiiiu platform. 


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COUNTRY NEWS. 

Windsor Castle arc dosed to the 



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t the Right Ron 



-f.i»w». that the Right Hon. Lord 



..hhcil of the Architectural Hn 



foJ'rrmarrT I. '"' ' r , ' P ' '' ' ' f l! > '"B antiquities, 
Worksf-^InV ' , t , , I 



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208 

THE LATE 
MR. FREDERICK ROBSON. 

OF THE 
A PORTRA '. _ __ 
whose dentil, at the njre of fnity- 
three, we mentioned last week, "is 
He was, h 
m of genius 
acting wn-= un^ne. and ' ' 

Edmund Kean 

'player, ami pn-od 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




The cultivated area of GuM-ra*. comprGos ab..,ut MG.'Ol w-. 

clii-.r agricultural products are wheat, barley, raj eed. linseed. 

tobacco in the spring crop; and buckwheat i>.v, millet, oil ; 

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" ■ t is in many place- admirably suited for the cultiv. 




Ca-lui.it recs " K-ated in Gn/.crat, a 
iron or gold work pounced by skilled artisans h 
i.it trade, exports prevail largely over imports. AJ 



the town of G 

kinds ..i agriealnnal pi-educe are exported largel . 
cloihs. The iinj «■!■:-■. winch ao- comparatively irinuirg, c-.-unpri.-'- cliic 
;;.■■- .. i:.; ■::.>.■::<■.'.-. I :. : :.". -■ hsi n ::..'.',.'■: ',■ ;ra,\)i _' km is 

vory cxi-n-ie.e and the pa-tui-aie good, cattle "i all kind- are larg 
bred. The brood mare- of the district are considered very fine, t 
there is a considerable demand for Guzerat honied cattle. 



:.? of the largest houses in the ] 
1 also the dome of a fine mosque. 



; is situated on the Grand 



The Gu/.erat dGiricc is distinguished as being 
British cun.pie-t m the Punjanb. *" Here took pla.'c the engagement at 
S.i.h m .h.j,,.!,-. in December. 1*4*. fulleoved by the sanguinary battle of. 

Cnilhai, wallah, and eliding With the light at > iu/eral, where tiiO Sakhs 

lost the kingdom they had won and consolidated eighty-rive years 
b<: fore. We- may give !...->:: week a mow of the steme obelisk erected 

in the fight. In the mean time, our .-eCond I.lm.-ir.r,i.:.n represents the 

Guzcrat. These graves are all indeed by a substantial masonry wall, 

aud..ie lop; in g i ]■ reservation. 

I "ur [bird lllustraii..u -la.w.s the EiiLdidi < hmvh in the civil station 
of Guzcrat. in W-o. Sir Robert Mont geincry. K.G.Ik, the present 
Lieutenant Governor of the Punjaub. brought 10 die notice of the 
supreme G.-ve-ninietii the mic-non of accommodation for Protestant 
worship in the Punjaub provinces, and. feeling a \<:vy deep mr.ore.st 
in the work, obtained sanction for the con-trm-iion '"'f "clmreiie-s at all 

i s .,., \, : -., than niteen small 

n the Punjanb during 1861. 
The Guzcrat Church is one of the number, and was bud: bv Cart nn 
E. II. l'*:L«ke, Deputy Commissioner of the district, on plans furnished 
by Government. 



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uient and liveli! IT' i i il 1 i I I I II j_ i 

general <>i the' l''eki party. i:i the >>M n\ d war- between the Feki and 
theGendzi. This lieoe by mm,c bal-ekiku. :- repo-cnied in a Japanese 
dramatic poem as having been made primmer bv his rival Joritimo, 
who treated him so generously that Kakekiko, -n being released. 
voluntarily plucked out both his eye- t" pr-'vrnt his ever being called 
upon to fight with Joritimo again." The blind warrior, according to 
this story, then learnt to play oil the /■'i:<-'>. "i" bite, and s>. began the 
society of blind musicians, who form, almost exclusively, the 
orchestras of the public theatres, and had ... ./nation at festivals, 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



August aT, ism 



,.-om/, vomicae <Irmi,'li lot 






mghUr of the Rev. T. : 



I painful illness, Mnry, tho 



CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK ENDING SEFr. 3. 

IY. Aug. -s.— FcurtcriKii .-.in.i.Ly after Tiuuty. St. AiiL-u-ti'i, DC 



ami s;ir Ctiurks Lucas, Royalist prisoners, trie 
>M1AY, 'J!'.- lit-lir.-irtinp r.f St. Jilni tho reintwt. Rnyftl (.i-.rt,"' sunk . 



TEE -WEATHER. 

RESULTS OF METF0ROLOnir,U. OltS'FltVATIONS AT THE 
[TISH ASSOCIATION. 
II.-il'U al.-_.vo Sea, 3-1 feet. 





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rnni ILLUSTRATED PliMY ALMANACK 

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5TKATKI) LONDON NHWrf. 



LONDON ■ SATUK/UV, AVar.sT -27, 18CL 

TBISpart of the year tests the resources of (lie journalist with 
extreme severity. Given, general peace and prosperity, the 
silence of political chieftains, tlie :il».-iiee of remarkable crimes 
naltics, ami fair average weather, and the public writer is 
in the condition the view of which was said to excite pleasure 
gods — that of " ll good man struggling with diUCult ie s." 
S not even an opporl: unity <i| getting it[> a hat tic with hid 
professional contemporaries; for, by common consent, a sort 
lazy armistice is tacitly concluded when Parliament rises, 






i the 



The 



.s of the papers at this time is the subject of the 
universal and ungrateful complaint cf readers. 

Perhaps there has not often been a more stagnant week than 
that which is uow closing, Upon what incident of the last 
six clays would the public endure much discussion? Lord 
Palmerslon has visited bis cms! ilucnts at Tiverton, and has 
made a couple of pleasant speeches— one short, the other 
longer— and has preached on the text that we are all very 
happy and comfortable, and ought !.> rest and be thankful. 
Well, theie arc two or three ways of "improving" that subject. 
Lord l'almersten is about eighty years of age, and one could 
dwell through a few paragraphs in complimentary congratu- 
lation upon the mental ami bodily vigour which enables an 
aged nobleman to acquit himself with the gaiety of a candidate 
for public favour. Lord Pulmerston to:,!-; office in 1st):), when 
he became Secretary at War. There is a hint for another 
form of treatment, and one might advert to the many 
great things which he has witnessed, including the fall 
of Napoleon and the restoration of his dynasty, the emanci- 
pation of Roman Catholics and .lews, the Reform Act, and 
the Indian and Crimean Wars. Lastly. Lord Palmcrston is the 
head of a Liberal (lovennncni . which promised a new Reform 
Act; anda third method of dealing with the theme is the point- 
ing out that-publicopinion has been too strong for the Ministry, 
and that the Premier is obliged (o admit that at present there 
would be no justification for an attempt to agitate in favour of 
innovations. Put would the public be in the least grateful for 
any of these three essays, or for all of them; ami would not 
the journal be thrown down with the eternal complaint, " How 



topics ; the world goes round (if 



Roman Catholic hierarchy \ 






.says 



i d 'ferem.;' 



to the prejudices of the believers in Newton), and people 
many, and go to law, and light, and write foolish letters to 
newspapers. Put if a journalist addresses himself to general 
themes he is regarded as prosy ; and if he dilates on minor 
incidents he is derided as twaddling. Shall we state once 
more that nothing decisive has occurred in the American war, 
and shall we again deplore the fratricidal contest, and express 



arranged ? A promising topic for a writer who would be read. 
Shall we note that Ihe King of Prussia is on a visit to Vienna, 
and say that, however the Sovereigns who have united in an 
act of brutal injustice may feast and Hatter one another, the 
mind of Europe has recorded that act as one of which Nemesis 
keeps an account. Suppose it said — what next? Shall 
we note that the King of i.unun.i is understood to be making 
preparations for a war with the English, and has resolved to 
avenge the disasters of \^1~> and 1 s.~2. Tin.- is more stirring 
news ; but then we are not quite sure about, it, and Burmah is a 
long way off, and people would prefer not to attend to the sub- 
ject until hostilities shall have commenced. Shall wo lament 
that a barbarous Turk is going to sweep away the venerable 
nuns of Troy in order to build houses in Pera, and that Sir 
Henry Pulwer does not seem lo 1*1- inclined to interfere in the 
interest of poetry and romance. The subject is very interesting 
to the scholar and the traveller, but does the general public 
know or care whether Troy was in Europe or Asia? Clearly, 
there is no foreign topic that will just now lay hold of the 

Is there anything domestic 1 The Bishop of Oxford has, in 
a manner, declared himself upon the great and important 
question of the inspiration of the Script nres, and, though he 
has carefully guarded and qualitie 1 his language, it is manifest 
that he is with the new and not the old school of theologians. 
We might dwell upon this and examine his Lordship's dis- 
tinctions ; bnl a great number ol' persons would not. read a line 
on the subject, and a great, number more would say that it is 
a subject which should not be debated in a newspaper, Wc 
might deny that there is any -uhjeci. which should not be within 
the purview of the journalist , but would the argument be accept- 
able at this period of the year? We trow not. Then we could 
holding their Eisteddfod at Llan- 
d be open to us. We could take the 



turc ; and we might appeal to the declaration of Welsh 
members of Parliament, 
old tongue is the great 1 
Truly, the topic is not exciting, 
to say something about the intended visit of the Prince and 
Princess of Wales to Denmark, and to the intention which cer- 
tainly existed of letting them be escorted by the Channel Fleet, 
an intention which has been wisely given up. Did we write 
wisely? There is certainly acne for an article. It would have been 
a splendid sight to sec the heir of England and his bride under 
the care of our sea-monsters, and it would have gratified 
Denmark to behold the mighty force of the nation to whose 
care she has given the daughter of her King. That is one way 
of looking at it ; but there is another. How ridiculous would 
it have been for England to bring out her ships when the war 
had ended, and they could be of no use except to excite the 
jeers of the Continent, and to wound the feelings 
by a parade of the power which we might have t 
favour but would not. Something might have h 
this, only people arc weary of the Danish question. 

But, if the gods were pleased to see a good mall in dif- 
ficulties, if must have been because, in the hour of his extreme 
need, he would ask help ami receive it, it" only in the shape of 
good advice, such as Alcidcs gave to the carter. A topic has 
arisen, and it will be welcomed. A Federal frigate has made 
capture of a vessel from an Knglisu port, and said to be under 
the English flag. The Georgia has been taken by the Niagara. 
The former was once a Confederate vessel and wrought wild 
work with Federal commerce, but she has been sold to 

an Englishman, and he has had her chartered by I he Portuguese, 
or so it is stated. Had the Niagara a right to seize her ? Was 
her old character done away ? Had she become an English 
ship? Will Earl Ru-scll demand explanations? If she is not 
given up, shall we go to war with the North, recognise the Smith, 
and rush into the affray out of which wc have kept so long T 
The future will decide all these questions ; our present duty 
is to " write and be thankful " for a new topic in this dreary 



Dcniiv.rk, 
. made of 



THE COURT. 



On Wed. ...-day Week the Qm -ii g.ivc nn cnlert limuenl to the 
children or the Wluppinghuui S.-hoC.-, in the new -eh -ol-h »u«. Her 
Mak-t v. accompanied by I'rii.c and Princes L^nis... lb-,v, Pri:i"-'i.i 
Helena*. Princess I.oui-u, Princ- Leopold, Prince.-, V, attic.-. a-iJ 
Princess Victoria ol tle-.-c, and aMend-d by Lady I 'oilman, the lion. 

-Ml ■- on."-. C- il"ii. Fiia.-nc, Seyi. \ I '..mine ■: .!■■ (.rauey, Lie.iL- 

Ociielul tin- Ib.n. C. drey, LieeO i, :ii ,l-( .,!,.!„■] Da Pl.il. I ! ij.Uin yon 
We--lei.veller, and Colonel Sir T. M. Ridd,d|>h, arrived at the sc'm >1- 
hunse ;,t hall-past five o'cloek, and was received by the Rev. O. 
Prothero. The children immediately sat 
thev proceeds .1 to a ncighU.niriiig held, w 

place,) 

Royal 

: Majesty, accompanied by 
walked and drove in the grounds adjacent to Osborne House, 

Yesterday week the Queen, ac ij. uned by Prince and Prii 

Louis of Hesse, drove out. 



ring ticl-l, where games ami rae ■, I., ,k 
which was witnessed by the Qucm and 
aval family. 

(in 'I'hni.-day week her Muje-ty, 



open carriage and 



Princ. ■- l.'">' 

formed at O-h 

On Monday 



1 Queen 



fc.'pn 
aceompan 



i Rev. G-. Prothero. 



Osborne. The, 



Princess Louisa, walked and drove in the grounds 
Lord Chancellor left Osborne. 

On Tuesday the Queen, accompanied by prince- Louis of Ife-.l?, 

walked and drove c ' ' 
On Thursday th_ „ . 
P l( -v:d family and attended by lier suite, left O-bonie House f, r 
Windsor C 

U ';ih" 'cm' 



vicinity of i.l-liorne. 
>anied 
by her suite, 
11 leave Windsor Castle o 

lies to receive pCa-ant intetiigonce of Prince 
Alfred from Norway, where hi- le.yat If igluie-- h i- pro.-.v le I .m I ir 
astheNort.li Cape' : and ;,],-o iron,' I'.-nice Arthur, who is making a 
it/.erland, attended In t'ofmel f. Seymour and Major 
, Prince An h ur lias le.tek bsu, sM V j,,g nt Chamoumx, 
he jLSCcruled on foot to.vard-, Mont Plane as tar us the C-ran.U 

Duchess of Pisx<:-C ( .ihurg-f';,,:.ha \ws expected to arrive at 
Wiiid-i.r* 'a.-;le \e-lerdav on a visit to the Queen. 
The Hon. Horatia Stopt 



LSphii.-i-.iu 
3 ..'.-. 



t Abergeldie Castle, 
ouipanied by Lord Hamilton and 

■:,.:., man 11 it I 11 Dal uf 

Cambridg. and I 'i Jia,- Mai y an i\ ed ul IlieCa-ile. The Cciiuless uf 
Life drove to Ah- i-.j-.l-he and' vi-md i he 1'i'uice and Princess. 

On Sunday week the Prince and Prince-, the Duke ot C.uub-idg.-, 
and Prince-"- Mary attended Divine service in the j, an -h church of 
I'l-atlnc The Rev. W. Ander-ou otlieiate-l. In the ati.-'nioou tn-ir 
j'h-.jal llieluu-.-es had a picnic at the riverside- below the CurbyhtUI 

dn .Monday weeic tne itii 
ahd 1 ool llalinl(..n, and 



eight t 



On Tuesday week the 

I'riiu e.-- Mary and a'ten 
to tl-h, r. tun.iug ui the to 

On Weihic-day Week t 

II, i..|il.olllh« -"I ol Abe,-ee!.i|.' 
(lu'lhn. day we-h the I '. , 

N'.,'!,.',!'.. .,,-1 ha<! < ;cellel, 
l, r ,aeoi liaics, and a mpe. 
Marv, .In .ve \- the PaiU of ( 



Prince and Prince^, uecunj. od-' 1 by 
led by their suite, went to D-di M'nck 
.:,,;; bvPiikl.all. Til- Dukol Ceuh.-idg.; 
J,e Laid of Dalhonsieut. j.lrechin Ca-eje. 
c Prince and Princess drove rouu 1 the 



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' rain. Tlic Prim 



Vi> Ivvi -Urn 



i tli? }{:;;tiil!)'N 



(•--(>;:, fltU-U'l'-l liV 

tholtoval pi-MU ; - 
-I by tW AUicrt.i. 



id the ('..unless 



Hi.- F.\< (Hi in v t!n> l!r.i'.\i ':ui Mi!ii-I. r :i!"l I^UMp.r.^ t\f I'.Tfo 
win: ili.- Ufiv.-miin l.< f.-.it* ir: H-.!]--tiv<l. li.rk.I- ;■ ■ ;i-.:i(\.f or Hi mliM-i 

Tlic U;kc ami l>uchcs> of T'.t. l.mcnd have arrived at Gordon 
Tin- SJiinjtiis ami Mnrdiiniicss of Hasting have arrived at 
'I lie MmvliK-ness (Fi'micc* AnnO of T/.n-V-ii'Wrry has arrived 
K;ir1:iii«lP'-iHitc>- IV dn'yli-ft Ciiilti-n-^.n.Kii-.oi) Wedne-i l.iy 



■fi her residence in Haimvn -square 
urived at Castlcbar House, bis scat, 
ias arrived at Wiothain Park from 
as arrived at bis shooting-box at 

I (\imLi-: Ijc TT.iii- iTiii's-liy morn- 



'II- i;r,il of 



I the Hon. Misses Jocclyn bave 
I Cardwcll, M.P., has left town fo 



CHURCH AND UNIVERSITIES. 
Tbe Convocation of die province of Canterbury wo. 
The I!, v. V- R. Falkncr. M.A., nead Master of tb 



pv.'i'c; : -.i 
Itrackl.-y 




NA TION, 



i. sro/,-r.< 



sgjisSd'is 



n a public document . 
I Mountains, has consut 



at. Ainst«i.l:n:i willi \H- :.' 



On Thursday a mania 



p'ayed on M..:id;iy and T-ieshiT, at 



; were .-.'.ru.'k off 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Aug* 

SCENES IN JAPAN, BY OUR SPECIAL ARTIST. 




fcSICIANS — SEE PAUE 5 



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'■SCENE FROM 'ROMEO AND JULIET.'" 

TnE scene from >h:ik=iM.;aiVs j. lav iv|.rcK-iit..'.l in the picture hy Mr. 
Wuulmer. cup-avnl nh,,\ r . nceur* m 1 1 1 ...■ tu'-t act. at th-- el.^r ..f 
1 ' 1 1 i } 1 t To thib old 

though ummiir.il (thev 
pi, which was at such 



example engraved. Throughout the 
- '- L - ■ . 1 1 ti hX mderimt-.-iie?-; and 
though we should feel 
placed in some of Mr. 



lambent glow 

clistain-e where reality t 

we follow that sweep of lamps among the cj 

those "earth-treading stars" which old Capolet 




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August < 



,";.■:,• ■",: 



Plinpiip ant-?, of rhe per.son suspected, who 
rip)xil of ii 11 his cattle and property. The 

jr from fevers, or dysentery, or iullamm .' ion 
k rally covered iiw with c.iw.lnii',' ; while the 



.- peisuiicd matter from the interior . 

ctor would t'AuKiuirly display a \u. 
piece of Stick, or a stone, a-- the sncce-ful re-'ult of this opcr 
There were, however, n few of tliese Kaffir doctors wlio ti 
disease bv the nrlmini: ti.it i<>n of such medicinal herbs; as expe 
hnd pointed out to he p..od : bur a- to tlie true nature of d 
mid its treatment tluv were in ignorance. From amongst 
false doctors false prophets frequently arose. di~l urbiiif? the 
of the emmtry and incitiiij: rh«' pe-pl: to war. Every Kaffi 



AAVAL AND MILITARY INTKLTJ (iKSC E 



• ■ :> 0.11-1 ii,.j Ttinn of I he eorpy comprNiio.; 



create one central hn-pilal. 



■as therefore resolved 
Heal relief which shoul 



hospilrl-or dispensaries io be formed in variou- loeah 
permission at the same time to earn nn v by 

iimollL'tUir own people. We ale inf.. rilled by M . 

.cvntlcimm I.it>l\ niiun.-d fr-mi Smith Africa, wn < 

lliii.y thomaml patients. 'I he;e are two native .-Hid 
jo. v. ":,;!■' i:. ■..'■" ' 'II .y I ■.,..-- ■ , 



..I Ki.iive ilosp.t.ds; l>r. K.mii. l'..A., ot liv 'y < '. . :-_; - ■ ;, , I \y. 
.Paine-. M. ti.b. . (-[ l lie I 'hai-iu;a'eiii iea! S. .,_;..:> „l I, ir.it: lint am. The 
buildii.r .-l.'iwn in mir Illn.-haiion is s.- pS:mned a- to allow oi.:h 
patient Hum . nhic feet of air. as lvomumemled l.y the lioyal College 
of Pure-corn : the wnnl- hem:.' l'j ft. =.jiiarc. villi dmimd or pitched, 
wo windows in each 
ing 4ft. square at the o.p of the ccilinir, sur- 
by a ventila'iinc apparatus: while fresh air 19 admi 
tubes from witr* l "■' 
. > l lam, in the 



Ccilmos -J/, ft. lii;.;h. .besides tl iiivplnce . 

' ft. square at t 
apparatus: w 

. terminal in- : 



i jetiiMtv 1 



THE THEATRES. 

re now on the vcrpce of ehnniresi in regard to theatrical 
; but have, in fact, v-ry few changes t.. report, either in respect 
i or the •enii-dramaiir eiKertauimeM - which many per-uiis 
s desirable suhstitnt"- for -rer.-- repte-ciiian.ms. We perceive 
picsent i.- the last w,-k of Mr. ami Mr-, (b.-nnan Keel'- con- 



* ''■ 'l' ; <■:■' -v (- -ii;; :;-■;. :o -■.--.,. ■ :; .... ■ jl the:; Up-. a 

■ : i Camerr. ei '< r: :: merit, whit h will commence with an entirely n-w 

ninl or,;-nal u,-f. * nJltU i) TV S!.'OpU:» n.;e-.'il." OiUilp >-i:d hv M 

W. IV.lt... Km,. The hl.rett..i- f ; ..m tin- pon of fl-iuy l-'arnie. K-'; 
A conric adaptation, bv Mr. (ic-m.m TI. . -1 i..in-.l\ enrol. 1 • !'..*> 
" 7 Cooks," fj.-m the nm-ic of Mr. ( tilenbach, and written by M. 
probable, th.-n -r. ..-<-. [hat the O dlery 



1-urtado, Esq., will f 



will 



t reopen until October, when 
drama. The Surrey Theatre will 
advantages, the interior having h.;en 
tails, and pro- 



. furnished with balcony 

aSy y i 

. o:t i. macii 



of London" having ■ \*-ited pciK-ral att 
mi 1U.C1 ill which :hl- pi. C- ha.- b^-eu plnCe-1 <J 



: stage is one groat 
:ing is also con- 
r is a strong and 



ai.ictu is cntitlcl dean Kciny. a laeadicaa". :.u I -appo^d 
f .;... ■:■. liowvuT. in tin pie-eiicc ot lplii.rcm.i. |.,vc 
= he.nt. and so kiinllc. hi- taeiihi..- that h- be- ■.■me* an 
d eoiiva^ti.u- man. I He in.'j,'.- -f m-.-nial ■!■. v. ■,..;. ■ 
iiidieutedby Ml". Mead. 

icy ha- been tli v.-r.-.l in 'ho Southern Tyrol, an^l 

icsday the new railway from Ecclca, through 



,' the A'lniir illy (lio public nny 



The second annual ( 



: prizes of the B.mk r 



■ T the in ■u!h!v i'ha!lc:i- f c <"in "f the 
]■.., <] = ■) u-.-ek.'at !!iii r.. . ■• a: w'.'l- ■ I : a. 












(in Saturday last the 1th Kent Artillery Volunteers, under 

li.'c.iimaoi.l i.f v'aniani i ., S. Ma :; tiii-. wre insjieetort I "' 

In Wiltshire a, contest took plaec last wee 



The Shepton Mallet (i:,il, S, .nmr.et ) have had ano'her 

..earn iteiVnUil. Tl..- Sin i.o.ai e,.mi..iriv -ii-.i iur 1 1., a i ; , ■!,;.: :.,,.-■ .-,!,. ,.a W.-i. 
1.. -i!.-.\ m.-1;. Pi-n.il- -I .... Ail- .. v.-i- i .. » r. .ml -..,. ,ii|, j,,,, l V, linu 



Tin annua] m.-pci; ion of thclhhanl 1 Jib (Ti -in-.), the :t 



:?.. . -. | el.;- ..:.-i . •!. :. f rra .1 ]... I ; ,ai f.Uly j.ilute.l. 

The Oxfcni.-hiu- M.lu)'t(ei> Ii;im' iu.-l held t In: r annual prize- 
in r,'..,!' at tin- IlimUy I. if. >..:.[ Uvmr.l; l"..rtv-eveii |>ick.-l m c k .m.-ii 
i...i iI.cm v.raJ rnni- .f.it.p. t'-l t-r ll- c.-io.ri [.-.,,-.-. Tli- lir-.t |iri7.i>. for 

^!.v I,.m,e.l -i-ere a'. .'■ ■ jar.L, V;i-> iv.'i I.) ' -t;- -i il I' .-. .. ILmI.-t. 

I ■ v:.|. H. ri..|,;i,ii:...| ii f.,r.| .lo-l rr-t il ■m. ■,.„ I, : ■„ .| - r---i.it !■' -,. 



lJnr.1. !•.. I'nvalf I 1 :.,- (!:.'..■/ . ... 

•ar ;J , 'III.- -liv.-r ■-■■!■ a'.ii.n .y •■:)■■■■■ I l.f 

...I l.y Pro c ::> ■.... oof r'j . i c ,. 

.. (..•■..-.. -. ir-t.vv'i„--eiu;-:-: r»i-i -k 

battery p.ua-h- 1 a: the ■• dl-.'i-d 



i party of about thir 



f. r hv the r-r-i. -.-eon.:, .m.i (liiot cl.t-'-*-. In f Ii-.- ti r-st, 
Ciwiwwt.ii l.y S,i„-..,m. M.t-on ; in the w-irl rliu 

mt'w.tit,.. a |.n/.,-of fJ ■.'*.. fivcu by Mr. i:i.il!i«.iyt, 

arol Brady. 

ictween ten members of I he Lotu'hburoii^h 



A! a meeting of nlVn.-i.-r-- ropiv.-cntin^ the v.il'iule..-i i 
A.-ne i. l.p rf.ii, M.I'.. I I.,- -i-.-i. ti.t C:l ill ! -. I e ■ . - ... 

rirti- n'giiiicntn »f thccity will t.ik- ]nr: in :!i'.- [ r.-.. . a.i,-.. ,.a l .'i . c:.rjii 
fx.m miel.U.iirhi" to«u> will in? invited to join. 

A Hhooting-match to..k p!ac" last Saturday on t ho -jr-viml of 

On the invitation of the Earl of Zetland a portion of the 



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'I III- <VT F I(>N.iUH 1.-. THK Wei Kl'KiU'LE, AND THE 



TV: op-' raliov. of thi-TuMie \\< a 1 - Act -winch reflects such Cr.yii- on 



such cr.jdit on j 



iin;n iv ■ t 



■ Ivuvki.T «. 

wholesale denier is. <>i e :-<; under the sai-:e influence; ami 

mi PI .'CM.' (which is not uim.iiiir.tl) lli.ii. there is a tendency to 
excess of immediate !v M . my. infills ,,ii flic part of customers i 
it will be readily seen ili.it the sh-ck in hand may be quite i 
b'dernble as we suppose it to be. 

Abundant proofs are happily" no longer wanting of 
r . - : .I)m, 1 . ,,i tlj..- L.ttoJi tr.-.de. \Ye have always looked hopefully ■ ;■ -n 
this question : and when onr leading daily conienipor.iry looke I ap-n 
tin.' ] MTiiaia-nl l«.^s of the cotton Ivude as n U event certain 0< h- 
rccoided.we Mated thai the check wonl. 1 pro-re but a stamu^.p .-.::' 
for a s< iison of prolong,] and unrivalled pm-aiei-it v. 

r Jl:c trtnl receipts of raw e..tt.o:i m June. 'in lies year anion:' I to 
II 11 I v 

'[he imports in the lir-t hah of thi your have more I hail donbl ■ I as 
corn) and with the ivrresponding half of 



tfiM 






.i-uulil i-.-aeh an aggrega'- ■■■' 
-hvpothoiieal of course, he. n-.i 
;.t'woiildaiiioiuiUo!ts(;,u:i,;..'niii,. 
niport of cotton exceeds tin' .it 
we should be getting ve.y near 



■ thing*, po -vy.it .- •!,.■ 
i that tlie expected fall in price doe3 not take 

■aiise it will" give confidence to cultivators all r.ln: 
ad, in consequence, t<j a very great oxtcn-i.-n 
-'" k place, the eiloitsoi m-y 
It cannot be expected, 




leu the largest quantity 

!..■■ price was m. It then ran up to lli. 

. .hi. in I*i ;i. the average for the h'r-t rive m-.iilh- 

ng. iheivfore, to tin" import of |Si',n. with cv 1 '. 

;e times what it then was, tine!: of the enormous -am 
.in-- absorbed for a -■ purchase ! J udedng by the slate of T he- a '. .an' 
- Mm :;]. add, .<■ l hv :i enc-p.. indent of iii- .V'>,-i> h- -'■ r Ez ■ 
i-enditurc of about JXl.imn, 



X. 






his v ■ ' ' ■! 

.oul.'l ■ il be 
l gently — 
The desire w.i= that 






ulland. Turkey. British lud ■>, 
istralia; so that, although wo :,• ,■: 



The demand 
animation from the Hanse Towns, 
I'.lv] I, l/ra/il, (liin.'i. tiro Austrian 
Mexico, Gibralia 
something of diet 

mills will soon al-mb all the able-bodied operatives Consider d,!e 

.aula, inJeed. miiy be entertained as to whether there would b: 

Miflici<-ist liand; to U- iV.nmlinBi.rk the old mills, and the new on"- 

which have been built while labour was cheap and money idle. 

There new buildings are verv numerous; they are rai-ed in 

proof of the thong faith in the good time coming, and w.h, 

with the old u ill-, w hi- h are nm-ily newly micd and prep .o- i i. 

hands, demmirl a easa-Or,- popul ition than w.ll he 

found in the- cotton di '.riot-. No doubt the working elem- nl has 

much reduced. Yorkshire and other parts of the country have 

vised a large number of thu^e who, 1-eing without faroiHc-, '• ■> aid 

their homos or lodgings \ 

any great depr -fat ion of 
undid by pi 



;i ;i foreign -horc. 

.- g.'.M.d i'eelingof the op-r.t'.iv.-. 



. Arnold sii]i].ni>..- in hi- admirable " Hi--' ■■>' 



■■ shown le--s regard for the man th o. :■•: 
his labour, but they weir certainly rigliL m opposing any -ch-me 
for ciidgralion - n a lar^c senle. The event has -bowm thai tn.-y 
were. Cirear i ti'i. ■':' \ eah.Mdy experienced 
j id] le of certain ela '>-, 'J'ho.-e workmen w 
of the Ust this-. .,nd it will t.ikc time to t 
places. The dihieuhy expe-rie-neeil may al-i 
amouul of demoiali nimn, which must he conf 
Ken hving upon pnblie Ix.iuuty are yet lit tl- 



:■ gone ha\-- I 



the whole. }iov.ev-r. n.nhiug can '-:■'■■ d the loy wi;n wh ■ \ : 
e have weh.ome.l the bales of cotton to their several mo 
, ^ea ls],- m d. and Krvptiaij. in their sia'jevring progress, ■■ i I 
r, through the Lain-adiu'e streets, have ln.-en received we n : 
spirited ova.uoiis I'rayer-, in v. cations. iiu .l hymns of pr.n - .. i 
offered up qb load- ...i the life-givin-- material have mid-- '.:.■ 



mill t 



nipiuroiisl) kissed the fluffy liberat 
if this liind is reported from (.;ln-r-,,p. 
as recently reopened. The people j 

grouped themselves upon t 



Messrs. Lee's large 

was recently reopened. The |i.-op!e proceeded w::h the 
radway to welcome i he first arns.d of cotton. The loads 



were packed— men, 
bales, Ijearing b 
cotton was beii 

siueing. '■ I'rai.-e God, from 

" >spccting 



the meeting of 



■ conn oitee:- are weekly dii 



wa-„'-l ; and in the corn- p-.i-l- ■■• : 
as..' in the relief needed by ah.e- 






confined to the relief 



fatisfm tory. Kxcept in scarce in-tan. is, the landowners have e-'yen 
;l e !ar.'! r..|idivd for widening. Ac . the pin-h r-y.i-U. In rnoit ■ ifle = 
the Ll-inl'ai ■' e\pu .h'i if in nn-kd^d labour Ins amounted t • 70 
I r i< :.: .-■ U.K.- !■ tins. Mr. fl.iw l.us-on. taking a less .anguine vie v of 
i: ■■ sp....:y ■ ii- pi.. \ uu nt ..j r' l( - hands l! in I k i" ab •:■■■ ado].'.- I. tfi nks 
that it wonld be ad\n.-ablc to extend the Act and to lend more rao icy, 
so as to provide fu a rmMiuanie of work sk.ald any cheek OCCii' t > 
tl;-. roUou trade. As a preCanl io-;ivy iuea-mv it w.,.i'..l I,- wcl- to 
do (hi--, though it would Ih.- u.-eles-. il" imi.L-d borrowing p-.ver.* 
wne not granted fo tlmse Coip..rale b:.du-= who de-.ied them. On the 

. tie side noiuv, -UniT.t C d !■■ >:tf.-r. e of more uat.on d )itau.\- 

as ttltcting the he. ,a!i and r!..iv.iri.r ..: the ]> .p.ih.rion, or of more 
h-r.d value a- tending to relieve the reduced bo ly of ra'ep ly.rs <>; a 
■tii lnv.g w. j;.')it. It i.s far fi.-.n niiproh.J.i, th.it a fall i:i tlie |'iice of 
cotton may. I"i ;, tune. che. k the High', oi the -huf.le, and throw a 
c. l.-.-kr.d.;- uu-. hei of the null hand- npmi the rates again, aud Wl ; 
.» .-, \^ »}.„-, I,;., i t ] |IlL ,„-.], a provision tia-s be - 
art-.nd d;.-.ti\jss is now ptel 
CUo-sop. A., this si ibjec' v 
er nonce :h uic «iiiut appoea:,--, mi-.utei j 
c state of the operatives may be left till then. 




:;■, y-V /,./:■.. 






I'l;I.M l:\ \ iT..n nr Ii,..\.i 






lut.r U...1 wi ,.i>lj.i.|.... I.. .-■:.: ii. ..■i.v.iio. y «--;■-. ■»-.! <i-3 

>,<i.,o„ I,, ., I»„c, >-. ri.-l ii.;v,- . ,.rr.-|...i.l...- r.-.ilu, |.ir.»i,, B th 



TUE MA UK UTS 









I. ..I uv.tliiT 1 ■;<■ in-, .if ii. : 






ss 



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216 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



TIIK PlilNfE OF WALKS IX THE HIGHLANDS. 
ATUE OF THE LATE PRINCE 
BALMORAL. 

i ft.qn;i] to the vi.-w- of .\1« ly-Mie t'astle, the Higi 
"I tin- Prince of WaV--, [.iil.li-lic-l ii, our l;i-t. we have cil.L'ravCil. "ii 
('(.'-''' "-'"-'x. one of L<-c|i Mnirk. Iilcowi-o in.ni a <h:>\\ in-j- wuh v.hidi l>r. 
SS-i.-vi.-kin^ lias favour,-,! n -;. This pl;nv was vi iti.l by his Itc 
1 1 i^l UK'--, with the Princess 

on Tlf-lay work. If is 



imji. ppi-.-i.-lvcnt in--?, she miizht '■ fiii'.l pace" ia the eyes of ] 
relative. Of the sequel it is out of our province 'to spe. 
ive may venture to add rli.ir il i.- ^motimes forgotten that i 
to Boaz after their marriage ^ 
miner or jxing i^ivia, an A "* ""'" 




l»'f«.-Orccn .-ilk drfcs*. dt.oj.ly vamlyked, curb 
' " guipure. The cacique ia 

■mm) Li'il'i — T.j^lit grey iioplin s 
being in' black silk with longfrii _ 

VY111.I-.4-. a Lid !.- allil.-t < oiK'-'.lk'd by rui 



THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 




THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



TIIE LONDON OAZETTE. 



\C' 



1W BOOKS. NEW MUSIC , 

t^OT^ATETwT'ttts ' "ROBERT COCKS and CO.'S 



G ™mlV?T,M m!V!3'\!:' ,,! ; v l "V v - 



New theatre ii'vii. \mi pin.-s,..y 
ProiiriOiT.iivl v..,.,^... M [:^t.- i: "nMO'lrsVY 
■ad .'■■ ■ . IV... ..M i . .1 :; .. ... . . ,,., 



C I; 



RYSTAL PALACE.— AUGUST ami 



■'..v '■., st.illliia ; urepl Saluntoy, 



/"' I: V STA I. 1'A I. WE -F> 



AI'!;. 



M n . AI: ™' 



1'Ollllrt 'II ACCIDENTAL DEATH f,.r 



"DOTAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE 



'|-!,'E AKT^liF MARINE MIX !' 



!F, H '' 



EARSLFY S WORKS on llir FA 



pOSTACF-STAMPS.— A pri.-fil Catnloinieof 



Rom: ii ; i i -.' pressing cases 
THIYI I i.im; ni'.':..|\i; r.A..-;, .rio, ,:<-.. r „ r 



rjARTE DE YLSITE PORTRAIT ALBUMS, 



NO CHARGE MADE for STAMPING 



A VIS " 



VISITING CARD-PLATE ENGRAVED, 



qp^VIi'NTV-KhlllT Ti JV.v ANNUAL SALE 



"POP | FAMILY ARMS 



puroMld. OoWSaOBOKfTi.... 'r.,:' l.,. -J'Vl/j.M:roN\ 



pXVFI.OPEs. .!■!. pn 'ill). NOTE PAPER, 



t \ VISITING OARD-PLATF. ENGRAVED. 



M;Y/;,: 



our line: 



IW i:N ] ' >l;~ - ..\'l in>. i„li,i-_- Patentees 



] jAl IJ-P.ATJI MINERAL WATEIi 



^JAYALL'S^ PHOTOORAPHIO PORTRAIT 



RSTON.-"Not only 



npHE GLORIES of the HEAVENS seen 1 
J^ NEW High-power BINOOTTLAR GLAS 



P: n: 



.^I'llCnMlTirjIAGIi' ami DISSOLVING 

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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 



LATE ACCIDENT ON THE NORTH LONDON 
RAILWAY. 

-ingulnr accident at the Camden -road statioi 



North London Railway, 
10 pb.ee where the engine mid tender, alter being thrown up 
explosion, jumped on the viaduct, a depth of 
. descending in a vacant yard below. This 
ground belonging to ihc North London Railway 
ny, in-j.-ining Randolph-street. There the engine and tender 
named, covered hi- with a i.arpaulhi. at the time our sketch 



'-:)■ rty 1 



they ■ 



■w. The engine, of course, ivu- 
was knocked off, the doors of 



G& 



T!j ■ t : i. i l =■ 



-o niueh injured. The hook of the engine. s-oi; 

it is owing to this .-napping, in all probability, th 
t drag the train over with it. and thus destroy tl 
umber of passengers. It was what is termed J 
mik-cngine, with six wheels. The stone coping ai 
•rickwork <>f the buttresses at this end of the bridj 
reet, which is formed of wooden (girders resting ■: 
tanehions, were knocked away by the engine in i 
■f that the engine mounted high info the air ai 



l Davis, is adjourned. 



front. losb][ ery.int ■• War 
iront. poor fellows ! the bitter eim t 
to Hc-lr g.'od taste, it must be said t 

ten thousand dead in one week-of whom Mnv-e tiuhs die l.v ■ 
thereat by pestilence— i- an act n,.- which no Government 

I 1 rl L — i 

there is indeed no real glimmer "of that 

we all worship. Ron-seeing this, we have for some weeks caught 
the faint echoes of the word - Peace ! " echoes which are grown il' 
'entually make Hiemscives heard. 



llwl.ir-.l 



THE ilTRR-ELSTOX HOCK AT MILFOl.D HAVEN. 

IE foundiV.ic.'-.-stone of the Hubbersb.u Dock, at Gilford Haven, 
. Thursday, the I Ith insi., by .Mrs. Rotter, the wife of Mr. 
■ :■.■ r. chairman of lit.- (.beat We-onn 1'buiway Company. 
was looked upon as one of great importance to the 
interests oi ;he canity of 1 Vmhroko. wiiich had a few days previous! y 
omgyatulated ,i ■ ;t nl-o upo,, ;!.■■ opening of the short line of ruilwn'v 
fr ■.■>'.:: the town ot IVmbroi.e to Pembroke J looks, with the prospect 
■ 1"'-).. broke and Tenby line. The place 






it ot the sjjorc adjoining the town of Milford. Here. < 

. p utfe-rm ha. I !.-.■], erc.Ucd. With a pole at each 

•>:i:ig a:; .-.wmug to 1 | t tl rays- t the n 1 j r 

'■ ! '■'■ • ■' I'-'ecu ■ I ' i 1 1 nl 11 1 wiiii 

:■-'.'.'. We -,s| coded I'lVin, r 



Uli. t- belli-. 

di hiiug u 



iated by the carriage 
slou. in which were seated Mrs. l'otter and the Misses 
Rotter. Having arrived at the site of the pr .p.,.,,1 works, thc- 

^■■'- ■-:■:-:■!■■: ' aid hue on le.-!, ,,jde- ot the avenue leading to the 

plain. rm. Mis. R,. ,;,,,-. canyon a bou.pict of flower.- in her hand, 
walked down to the -tag,.- :,m me; upon the arm of Colonel Cevdle, 
* I M 1 ,11 1 | 



v" .- wei- :.. v.vi: I vim odd Red ov- -rA others. The hand played ; 

P - ■ - . " _ ■• ■ 

" r '■ ' -■ ' i ■ - -d. lku-g-b-. boat-, and craft of 

11 - >" ■■■ ■ ■<■:■■■- ' I.'- W.l O.O '.,!■; ...;_ ;,;■; ;, , , [ ; ., ., ■-,., [ .,,,,] n.LSMCtlVe 

s.-e:.e j ..^ en-ygyman or the pu-i-h. the Rev. (I. S. Bi ig-tockc. 
l , l ' -■'-'' ',' ' 1 ^ ! '- lf freemasons, the 

Re.", ih. l!:einas. who ...pened the pr. m .-codings with a prayer. The 

' " ' --' ' '■' ■''- I io-uM.c.ioa-l! l;.c m -.. and a -ilvoi tiv'-«.,|. with 

■' -.ut.-ble ii-.:-.- i -. ... w, L - ban l-.d r., Mrs. potter, wh.> took ni> s-.mr 
Ji r l m.no, 11 II M Ml tl t 1 

place 1 it V -.-•:;,: Lith the lour comers of the block, which was then 
i---- - ' ■-.. - - .. ; id ■' ■ :.■ .1 :■■ b..i„b- i,,d. The l,i A pl-ved 

*" -';.... ! ;.■■ I,; e.d M.i-;,:t ,.t i.he Mas,,-,;,- i„, ,y d:c:i 

(! ' '■ - ■■ . and on to Mrs. Rortor. wioeh die d.-po-iied 

on the stone * ■ . .-n yea- ].re=eiited in a ta-tefully constructed 
,: ' ■ ' • i-'- - '■ ■'-"e and oil in silver vase-, wuh' the masonic 
■-■-■ - : -- ■-■ '- . ■•■■■■■ "!) --ei. J. '.'-be occasion.-. Ml. Rortet then 
rj;-v..i.ea the block and .-aid a few word- on behalf of his 
Y/.:c. expre-n-.g l!;c best wi-he- i-r the prosperity of this im- 
Ibirt.uit ■■.;!. :v:,o. . .a! undo.-ra.bni- ami of the whole' district. The 

people ICd'orakd wilh ncinv r./Ulnls of hcaiTV cliecH!,:' for Mr, 

Rotter and n;, lannly. After .-inc-ne the Hoxology. the proces-ion 
v..;- a_'an. -crr.C-l iolelnrn to the Io,d Net-.-a Hole!, in the bovn 
hOtiso^trf 1 '""" l ' U - k, " : -''- ^ " ■ I i 1 taking.'- 

drawing 

j , r ' I> ^m the baU-roon^of the Lold Nelson 






wlncli Mr-. 

. Rort Riiilbp- pie-idcd. With respect 

hnd a lory in Hie H I 1 



inijuLis], |, : ithi 



1 several year- ago :— ik The predictioi 

■ ■■ ■• "l ■-■■■- .■■-..er Hall ...: the ia-t coniaiv in an oi. 

haw-well v.cJan the mi,,.- ,,i R,b I',i„ f ,, ,., ■ ■■ 

'^y^e-^hi-h n-cribed on lead, was deci] 

1 "o gave it publieitvin 
ot a Centlemau in 

s equally 
predicted 

eRvated in the honse of God, a groat to wa shoi'h'l lie 
1 and with < 



.n-idc-l. 



PedlCTte.' Ainong-t other thine-* 

v " understood and dimealt of 

liighest part 

i Dane, to which, with 



hanta from every dim 

; ov, n up a: Al.onkir. was presented by \ 

■■_ - -h-eoicatl. j,. ■■-..■■ 1 ,iC 



( '"-oec- have i., t icd a gcneial order 



Aicoiic-t 



l ii,.. ; 







succeeding golden autumn, di 

war, and generally terminates what i- called a "campaign." 

Come, gentle .-|>rinc. ,-tln:r.-.c niii.lness, come, 
c:-;cs Thonison, luipatient of Winter, but now we would substitute 
peace for the secoml monosyllalilc. and welcome the hardest Auienc.in 
--^--^ ever split the fro;>:-n to,-, brittle as icicles, from the feet of 

> both it Jt will be -o, tl 

lender and delicate hand, it urge.-, 

The dove is about to rly from the 

__ .1 an olive-leaf from this l.-.-le of 

Out 'of evil comes good. Everyone knows that our best books are 
high that it absolutely 

d to buy them. There 
talk of reproducing I'nmh in New Vork. an.l. .-c-ll,,:e: it cheapK- 
and also of reprinting nianv oi i!:e be-; article- from our d one 
I them m ] 11, II 

magazines, and has i he advantage ■■[ 
giving our c.aisins the bei.ioli; of a c.ilmo -rvle ami of kneh-h 
thought. If cannot fail to do good if ihc American numl wilt acovn: 
theh-s, notably let us say, of 
latter abusive. 



r thoughts b 
e-|Uge!-ellt. 

u-nished wit 

Aanerica because t 

ounb- to a prohibition ; the -. 
! piiblidicc. and rich ]0.:iplc c 



1 l-suine I 



.... j... 



mticism as calmly as v 

■.nd Ibo.s rhorne, the b..taiei aporcciaii\-e-. : 
■tiljle. ho,ceve!-. :.- the l'ankee mind, tba 
reprint of " 



Life" is to be edited, so that aU 

:■;■,, -American ,-■;!■:, lio,i-- .J that mild and |>epu) it .-cries of e-says are 
to be carefully removed. Let us hope that this will nut bo the case 
w.th all our outspoken and vigorous writers. 

A paragraph fo-m one of the foreign rone-pon dents concerning the 
recent lire , it Limoges -ecins o> l,ave escape..! the notice of many of 
our conte,u|ioiaiio.s. It is ;... this ell ect, that when the lire wa- raging 
at its utmost all hands, very naimaliv, riLshcl to ;|,o rescue. Soldier.- 
au.,1 citi/.eris worked in one Common can-c. and worked with a will ; 
the Oencr.i.1 and hi- Staff were on d,.;. ,p,,r r ,]| nigh'. ; the Mavor. the 
IVelccr. ihc Rivciuciu Inij-.f-rial. an..l evei-y little <t great oilloial of 
the ['lace, were there, eucouraging ike people, aiurnuito-1 in every 
i P in i lo i < in t stop the n of the ,n flu was during 
the night. At nine in the meaning the.-e uion. after their hungry ami 
g. --L a.d appo/aeb diem. -About nine 
o'clock the Ri-hop. j..l!eiwed be b.- ciergv. went in proco-ssiou round 
the -cone of tile hie, carrying the ion-- of Si.. .Aurelieu and St. Martial 
ro aid in oxtingui-bing' the liie." kei lis make no Coiur:a-nt up.ni 
this. The correspondent doe- nod tell us whether the doubtful relic- 
or questionable saints woe more ellfcaeion- than nrc-cngiue-. 
nor does the car-.!''-- man explain ihc 'Vv .,,.„ ,-,j;u1 t by which the 



.v.^ . ul „ J u.w.,. J ,.Li,„i l , ; ;„, ■■ having a peculiar laciktv for removing 
vhrficultie- wiiich might cnc'.nnj.a--- the Rojie-tant mind." Let us 
eoiife-s to sornewiiaL of a ddlieiibv h-:-ro-. If SS. AmeliOn and 
d.u-lnd ro-ally could [ it I i tl it! ht out 




FINE ARTS, 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY, 
f this society is a fact, the significance of 

gratification bv all lovers of 
' upon arti.-ts. The 

increasing public eager to possess rei'roduo- 
rks of pane and severe character which were 
o.'.ccu,.e-o wneri art was the handuccd ogle re" iclndoii Let then 
painters (:,,id oven that n-: to- nnpo, -ant ola- to, g.,od ,„ evil — 
I 1 i 1 i 1 1 1 i,oi. !: [ ,, demand t i e- 

tumg above the |.ii..-,-|!e o- rnererr- mas ,; :l p!e of our exhibitions i 
supply I,. -'... 



■1 S,.-C!etV i 



s of those early 



i.-e adaptcl i 



the pebh. ,-.;..,,. |„ ,| t 

*'■'■■■■ ■: "■■'■" '■'' a cnrieic. yea,- carlv o., the season of tliat year. A ft 
!"'- ,: " oup.'rtaiit result of the sock-ivs pro-re-- is. Uoweve,-. |! ; e , W ; 
moo.-a-e (cnr-flv I o..m liie entrance-doictions ,,f - a --oci-. f- '") ' 

1 l I ' 1 I t tl 1 

b'0-Ooes and other ],-iiniii, gs, .,, many of wluc'l. in Italy csp, 

ciaUy, ire, from various causes, hastening to decay. T 

puniing. wi, 

'" Hist I objects ot t 



'- '!'-'.U art. at tu-- soc;,-iv - ioo,,,-. New 
1 I ' 1 , i , n e I i 

the -oe,e-\ has lately em].loyed an ndditi 
Wh.-. p.,--e--c- e-vei-\ iviui.-Kc ,;- -dide.i!!.. 
' ^ ' J t 1 i \i 



Supper." by (duiJandaio; a !l 
^■hn 1, d cop 

Hospital of St. John, 
transfer his draw-in i 



farrbei-ance of (hi- obiccl:. 
,,,-d copyist— Mr. Sehnlt/. 
. if we may judge by his 
gelico's '■ Cruei.rix.ion : " th'i 
by Andrea d-1 spurto ; and the '■ La- 1 



m- iiiaiviegs 
ha- been liitliei 



! stone for printing, an ( 



: undertaken, ixhn, to 



secure. A specimen c.e-.cuo- 
n : !l "- 1 ' 1 ' 'iff tin Mcmimg T.ij.-\.-i| at lire.."- (which will to-.-,,, p ;11 (, 
■ ■-■■'■ "ox- Ve-u cX,.c,u. d under tl mvourable 

Comintern-, is already on view, and the rc-ub surpa.-ses. in force and 
vvrvHuim- | cb.-v,,, p,.,duce 1 by tl).- 
society. The faithl nine-, of this e.t;,-b- drawing-, even to the evi- 
1,1 , i\ n , jin 1 in i v. to a certain extent, the 

objections t n Hie A run. lei' pul.hcatc n- that they are " r--i ■ >iatio n -. " 
It should, however, he bene in mind that the reduced scale 
and mechanical process of ciuomoliihographv are as i, Capable 
of defining acunatelv tiio pre-eiii: condition of a fresco 
idcnng the distinctive character 



The attempt 



would probably be more 
Every one 






1 condition of nearly all the early 
'--" "'" 3 Arundel Society can, by 



gentleman. who 



relic, and who has 

who choose to visit the spot. Whilst 
one case, of a house much more anth- 
Stratford, in wl 



Great, West Smithfield, s 



■:■ oo ippea'-auce. in 
at of Shakspeare at 

wliisper it only '-some persons don't: 
liarryb.- chnich ,,f St. Lai i.iioh.auow t:-.' 



: primitive giandeiir. uialcr the . 
■f the raonibers of wiiich : 

-o intere-thig an a.ntioult v. 
■■■;[:■[ M, . f", >.■!.. ],;,, been j 



church in London. 



competency to deal 

A new rival to the immortal M>. /'oed ],;,,. been proie-ned and will 
appear, we Ijo-b.'vo. when the iv..-„hug season set - in. w statT of c.uii- 
|-:tent artists Mud ,-oiiie of t j, , bi-hionablc w riter.- are engaged. 

and will be under the c-.ntmt of a gentleman well known in litera- 
ture, and where hnown. celebrate-d Uji: a. peculiar geiuab.tv and a 
dry humour which few can rc-si-t. All juiwcr to his elbow: in 

"n eveiything. a g 1 strong opposition is beneficial 

and ihc wits of Mr. Vim./h may be .-harpem-d bv 



allhough it i 



rival woi-i.hy 



lograph on Robsm. the acto,. full of his own peculiar views 
,-igiual diction, In it ii,., wriier had hoped to see Robsou 
more a hale and valid man;" but his hope will never be 
■1. A handsome icpriut of this very clever piece of biography 
i shortly publi-hcd. It ,-• preceded b\ imroduclorj matter bv 
aiiother hand, whco.-in w.- heal that Air, Rol^on true name was 
Thomas Rol, .-,„-, ] ire.wnbtll. and that he assumed the name of 
I'l-edenolb "which he con-a.ieo.-d decidedly .-avlidi cud out of the 
Common -a cn-bm, u.., v,,y ,,,„-.:,! v.x), ladie^'and cmlemeno, his 

l>iolc.ssion." The Smellie. priub-,- and ein-rav.-r (>. ,vi U-.b-.-ti 

w-,- appreiitucd was a clcv..r. -lu-^oi 111.111." n ^:Uuvr,n the Scotch 
Suelhe -al--.) a pru.o.r and plul ..ophe: -ot whom 1,-.' bh-ongham 
e-o-.ap,. in ins - i haloguc-; on Instinct." 

bh- rrlchraied let o rs on api ,, i U! lll;lU ,).. |, v Hie T, ... • bi-rMs-M 

are about to be republi-hed. \:A who .,;!,,. 7', „,,■■ p pli . Ma-lcr?a_d:s 

tic- public. Who i- he who e-ave 11- thut nice little seriiiovi upon 

those armed but industrious republican- who preserve a monarch. 

aly as a Queen Mother, ami about whom almo-t al! writers. 

-L'sop to Shakspeare, lucre b. u leamerl y His name is a 

ated one; he is a divine, mi.! not oak,- a divine but a polemic 

I II 1 nd 1 die of title 

I in 1 Wl 1 , 

do-., n this column in the ■■■ .leer of a railway carriage. " I do declare 
- Hot darling Air. Spiirge.-n ! (>],, how imerc-ti ug to ihiul: tiial 

■-( hi lace Up the .-tudy of be,- 1 '' No; it is no! M r. Spui-von ; 

.- not Ciesar— ir. is lYunpov. "\\'e all kn-, lP how m , n u. Ii hi 

V a, e said to be. The T,m -s ]\. e Ma- ( . ,- i . „ di Wile o;d y oc ■ , h. ■■ ,ee 
: le.pidar than .Mr. Spargvoli. and lint is — ] )|-. Uim. ,,.,,. .-. 'J'),,, u. 1.1 no 
.1 be a surpris-e to im.e.t of my ie.de.,. arid H - in pri-ed ' 

n- unbiased witne-cs to liie ehanu ^ cwle and lYe-biic-- which ' he 
Loctot had put m his new but we!l-t 'died subject. 



' h 1 jli\ 1 pretend to repre-eni the mil ui 1 fu 

'■' 'i" -■-■ »"o:k-. and thai the be-' chance of doing this must bo by 
excluding a- miam ;c p,...;],;,. Hie irace- of de.-a-,-. And such persons. 
it at-pco-utedal-o villi-.- w,rb ihc nature of ehr molir h..e-|-;pb v. mn-i bo 

pei-u.-c'dv a-.-.-are thai to ask for a reproduction 01 the excciu'i..-. ,i ;■■ ■ 
early I, 1 1 m u. 1 ignorance both ...f the nuuue of the old wci k 
and of the n-oderu mechanical process. To expect .-ucl! v._r- ob;.--;.-, 
would, in but. be a- ab-urd n~ to a-k (though this we have seen 
serion-ly i-e.puiedi h..r the luminous ,,uality of fresco, a .pialife wli 
ohs CIU ed in a I! old. rre-.c./e- with which we are aeipudnt ' ' ' 
upon ihc ciystallisation of the pellicle thrown up [,--;,, 
'- cnii.-e'pieniiy imp. .--d.,l, : to h; ; v, on paper with simple waic, , 
many miser., 
'■— among ,' 



.w.pi.uut.d. i- d.. ]-..■:.. 1,., ,1, 



i"garding the 

nieohievalists. k M1 - our parr, w 

•-handling " a- an art-element i- 



early Italian paintei 

ction, feel, or fancy they leei, 

'ic-itation in .-fiying I 



1 nothing.. 



f shading 

1 1 u 1 11 1 I 1 1 , 1 

i.apuaei s ne-coc-s. tuey have been too much o.-...-i -painted for u- to be 
able to form au\- safe ...jcuioii of their original condition. But, even 
it the execution of -be early frescoes were worthv of e pr.,d.:.-t.o :l , 
it cannot be too stremi.va.-iy urged that then great Hum upoi, our 
o-teom and a.lnuraia.ai reside-, not in their uuo:ipu!ai-.\o rpialiiies, 
fotnposition. [hen- purity of o:-ucei-:ioii and feeling, and 
from ail icchnieirl di.-j.lav and seW-a-eriioii. And of 
- chromolithograph can give us some idea, 



though i; would fail uiie.-y m L o.,-,,,.g a.nv 1 
'1'itian. Itube':-. Rend. ranch, or \'ela-'-pie/. 

The Arundel So.-ictyb ] .ubboan. .;, ■- for Hie ]. resent year con 
'i 1 I 1 1 1 t most 

important is a line-engraving, by Rrofc-ser (.iruner. of (he -Con- 
ve-r-ion of Saul." frcun a pencil-drawing by i-ignor Ccac'.oni after 
Rapiiae!'.- tape -trv 1 u t! :e A'ancail . Tin- tapestry was made from a 
cA'-toou. which is n,,w lost, but which h.-kmgo.l o-> thy fatnou- series; 
at llampioii L'.airt. Like the rest of the" Arn,g/.i in the Vatican, 
Worked at_Arras. imdc-r tiio (lircction ,.f